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Post by grahamv » Thu Jun 12, 2003 2:47 pm

Looks like we'll have to wait for mbmulkey to get back home.

If he did leave the machines running while he's away, my guess is that it's only a few and that they're falling by the wayside one by one.

I'm trying to get my production back up. The PII 350 now has a 1.3 Celeron in it, which plugs the gap a bit more. Just started on building the replacement for the main box. Will know in a couple days whether I've put together a working set of componentsor not.

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Post by Jonnywizard » Tue Jun 17, 2003 12:18 am

So I guess I am to be the first one to say...WAY TO GO MBMULKEY!!!

:banana :banana :banana :banana :banana :banana :banana


:flamet 0] :rocketw




I'm not too far behind. :hat

C'mon guys, crank'em up. Next stop 50000, GO TEAM!!!

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Post by grahamv » Tue Jun 17, 2003 11:57 am

Keep it up mbmulkey.

Hey, did you deliberately slow things down so you could see the 10,000th go through with your own eyes when you got back? :lol:

At the current rate, 50,000 topples by the weekend.

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Post by Nohr » Tue Jun 17, 2003 1:38 pm

Congrats mbmulkey!

:twisted: :banana :hat

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Post by mbmulkey » Tue Jun 17, 2003 3:40 pm

For those interested....
8)
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Name (and URL) mbmulkey
Results Received 10027
Total CPU Time 7.401 years
Average CPU Time per work unit 6 hr 27 min 57.1 sec
Average results received per day 18.75
Last result returned: Tue Jun 17 20:21:16 2003 UTC
Registered on: Sun Dec 30 00:26:36 2001 UTC
View Registration Class
SETI@home user for: 1.465 years
Your group info:
You belong to the group named: K6 Plus- K6
You are not currently the founder of any teams.

Your rank: (based on current workunits received)

Your rank out of 4543664 total users is: 10988th place.
The number of users who have this rank: 6
You have completed more work units than 99.758% of our users
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and no...I didn't slow my production down so I could witness the event. At first I wasn't going to leave anything up while gone but then decided that Jonnywizard was just too close for comfort. Looks like you closed the gap quit a bit JW.

So now what's the next? Is there a certificate after 10,000?

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Post by Nohr » Tue Jun 17, 2003 6:02 pm

I believe there are certificates up through 100K.

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Post by jsc1973 » Tue Jun 17, 2003 11:40 pm

Congrats mbmulkey. 8)

On another SETI-related note, I just discovered there's an updated version of SETI Spy available, and that the guy who developed the program is very sick. If you use his program, you might consider helping the guy out...

By now you are probably aware that I was recently diagnosed with Primary Sclerosing Colangitis (PSC), a rare, untreatable liver disease for which the only cure is a liver transplant. With this release of SETI Spy I want to continue providing an opportunity for SETI Spy users to contribute to my Liver Transplant Fund. My goal is to raise $50,000. Please click on the button on the SETI Spy About page or see this page for more details.

Fund raising status: As of June 16, I have raised $13,600! Thank you so much to everyone who have contributed!
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50,000!

Post by Nohr » Fri Jun 20, 2003 1:01 pm

:banana w00t! :banana

Congrats everyone on finally hitting the big 50K!

Looks like mbmulkey sent in the magic wu. :hat

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Post by mbmulkey » Sun Jun 22, 2003 3:36 pm

robertliu84 just passed 1000 for one of those coveted certificates.

:banana

way to go

:banana :banana

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1,000

Post by jsc1973 » Sun Jun 22, 2003 11:32 pm

Just caught it myself looking at the team stats.

Congrats Robert Liu!

Less than three days should bring Jonnywizard to 10K.

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another one hits the 10k mark

Post by mbmulkey » Wed Jun 25, 2003 7:36 am

Jonnywizard has broken the 10,000 barrier!!! (actually 9999 at this post but I'm heading off to work)

:banana :banana :banana

Where's the fireworks Emoticon???

:flamet 0] :rocketw :bazooka 0] :rocketq3

Guess that'll have to do.

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Post by Jonnywizard » Wed Jun 25, 2003 8:30 am

Jump the gun a little bit there mbmulkey? :D

Just sent the one for the big 10,000. :banana


Name (and URL) Jonnywizard
Results Received 10000
Total CPU Time 6.926 years
Average CPU Time per work unit 6 hr 04 min 00.7 sec
Average results received per day 18.56
Last result returned: Wed Jun 25 14:24:10 2003 UTC
Registered on: Wed Jan 2 19:45:10 2002 UTC

SETI@home user for: 1.476 years


Your rank out of 4555079 total users is: 11231st place.
The number of users who have this rank: 49
You have completed more work units than 99.752% of our users.

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Post by Nohr » Wed Jun 25, 2003 7:06 pm

Way to go Jonny!

Fireworks for ya. :banana

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Post by Guest » Thu Jun 26, 2003 1:13 pm

woooa.....oooooh........aaaaah

pretty fireworks

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next milestones

Post by jsc1973 » Mon Jun 30, 2003 10:05 am

Toast and c_graf are both breathing down the necks of 500 WU's sent, and Bl33k_L337, who recently rejoined the ranks of the crunching, passed 100 a few days ago.

Nohr is about a week away from his 5,000 certificate, and chevyt will get his 2,500 in about a week.

If anyone watches the total time crunched, endmilled will be passing the one-year mark in a week or two. It takes about 8760 hours to equal one year.

GrahamV, at his current rate of production, will reach 10,000 WU some time around Sept. 13. I was hoping to make it before the year was out, but I'll need an upgrade for that, and can't afford one right now. :x

And now, back to crunching those aliens...

:ak47 0] :rocketw

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