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Message 4493 - Posted: 5 Jul 2004, 16:46:42 UTC

my is the top 5 pct in seti classic.
but now he has to start over.
does anyone haf the some probleme

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Message 4494 - Posted: 5 Jul 2004, 16:47:32 UTC

my dad sorry

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Message 4502 - Posted: 5 Jul 2004, 17:14:43 UTC

Hey Johnny! It's a fair question, but I'm willing to bet your Dad isn't as concerned with the change in stat standing as maybe you are. Looks to me like Seti classic is pretty much a finished project and we're moving on. I did like the way Seti classic did the stats (I was up in the top 3 percent, but really when I looked at other people's stats I didn't compare all that well). Good stats on seti classic should probably just be considered an accomplisment. Now we have something different to accomplish, but hopefully the end goal is the same-to continue the search for ET, to put our computers to work when they're idle and to be a part of a large, cooperative, peaceful international venture. Maybe there's hope for our species yet!
Cheers,
Sarah/beadnik

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Message 4977 - Posted: 7 Jul 2004, 12:04:48 UTC
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So far very unhappy with Boinc.

Keeps saying no work available ?

What is up with this message ?

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