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Post by Jonnywizard » Tue Nov 11, 2003 2:32 am

:banana :banana :banana :banana

:flamet 0] :rocketq3

congrats man!!!






who you calling old?



8)

jsc1973.

Welcome Rick Welch to the 1,000 club!

Post by jsc1973. » Tue Dec 16, 2003 7:09 pm

We're up to 14 members with 1,000 or more WU's completed. Good job Rick!

0] :rocketw

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1000 Wu

Post by chevyt98 » Wed Dec 17, 2003 4:15 pm

Way to go Rick. :banana
1000 is a great achievement.

Regards Chevy

Oh -- and hi everyone its been awhile

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Post by mbmulkey » Sun Feb 01, 2004 3:49 pm

Congratulation John. We now have four in our small band of seti crunchers to cross the 10,000 wu mark.

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

Me, I'm trying for one more certificate...25K.

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Post by Nohr » Sun Feb 01, 2004 4:31 pm

Excellent job John. :D

I should make it there in 3-4 months..

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Post by jsc1973 » Sun Feb 15, 2004 6:18 pm

Thanks everyone. I didn't even see where I'd been congratulated on hitting 10,000. Anyway, I noticed that endmilled passed 1,000 today, giving us 15 members with 1,000 or more WUs.

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

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Post by Jonnywizard » Sat May 29, 2004 12:56 pm

WOW!!

The K6plus team has 168 wu to go till the big 100000. Looks like it might be tomorrow sometime.

Yea team!!

:bazooka 0]

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

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Post by Nohr » Mon May 31, 2004 12:12 am

We passed 100,000 WUs earlier! Congrats team members!!

:banana :mrgreen: :banana

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Post by jsc1973 » Fri Jun 25, 2004 8:37 am

If you check the SETI@Work stats, we're also on our way to becoming one of the top 1000 teams in the world, I think we were about 1041 last week when I checked.

SETI is in the process of switching to a new system (BOINC) and ending this project, and I'd like to see us finish move into the top 1000 before it comes to an end. I don't trust the new system and will probably switch to something new when SETI classic gets shut down.

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Post by mbmulkey » Thu Jul 01, 2004 12:36 pm

The smoke has been pouring out the backs of the PCs in my little home network, but I finally hit the elusive goal of 99.9 percent.

Your credit:
Name (and URL) mbmulkey
Results Received 25377
Total CPU Time 15.484 years
Average CPU Time per work unit 5 hr 20 min 42.0 sec
Average results received per day 27.74
Last result returned: Thu Jul 1 18:17:15 2004 UTC
Registered on: Sun Dec 30 00:26:36 2001 UTC
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SETI@home user for: 2.506 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 5046713 total users is: 5035th place.
The number of users who have this rank: 1
You have completed more work units than 99.900% of our users.

I feel complete and at peace with the universe.

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Post by cake » Sat Jul 17, 2004 4:25 am

Are we switching to BOINC?
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Post by jsc1973 » Mon Jul 19, 2004 7:46 pm

I'm not going to run BOINC on my main rig because after reading how it works, I don't trust it from a security standpoint. But if the team decides to switch over, I will keep my backup rig going and maybe switch the others over when I feel BOINC is a mature platform.

I've had to shut down a few machines the past few weeks, but I hope to get my production back up soon. 8)

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