Posts by F. Prefect

1) Questions and Answers : Windows : requesting new work (Message 1307737)
Posted 19 Nov 2012 by Profile F. Prefect
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Thanks WezH. I just noticed the server down message. Just curious, but is this a common occurance and (I realize this would difficult to estimate) how long do these 'downtimes' typically last.

F. Prefect
2) Questions and Answers : Windows : requesting new work (Message 1307708)
Posted 19 Nov 2012 by Profile F. Prefect
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It's been 10 years or so since I last participated in the SETI project and I'm without doubt overlooking something very obvious, but HOW does one request new work? I can't find the darn button, either in advanced or simple mode.

F. Prefect

3) Questions and Answers : Windows : reporting finished tasks (Message 1307355)
Posted 18 Nov 2012 by Profile F. Prefect
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Remember very little other than that the SETI 'platform' looks very similar to the one used today. Whether or not BOINC was being used at the time, I simply don't recall. The first time I recall using BOINC was when I was doing work for a project called Rosseta for a number of years.

Thanks for your input.

F. Prefect
4) Questions and Answers : Windows : reporting finished tasks (Message 1307150)
Posted 17 Nov 2012 by Profile F. Prefect
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Thank you. Much appreciated.

FP
5) Questions and Answers : Windows : reporting finished tasks (Message 1307126)
Posted 17 Nov 2012 by Profile F. Prefect
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I participated in SETI approx. 10 years ago for about 3 years and accumulated a good deal of credits. However I do not know the email address I used at the time and cannot locate any records. Are these credits still available?

Also, and I realize this seems like a very simple question, but are completed units automatically uploaded to SETI or need to be sent manually. I have one unit that is reported and completed and can find no method to upload.

F. Prefect




 
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