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Message 5572 - Posted: 13 Jan 2005, 9:50:55 UTC
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Hello to everybody.
I think the christmas holidays are over now, even in Switzerland ;)
So how is this going to be continued? I can't find any 'midly' fresh news anywhere here, so:

HELLO, anybody in here?



greetz, Uli
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Message 5573 - Posted: 13 Jan 2005, 14:52:47 UTC - in response to Message 5572.  

> Hello to everybody.
> I think the christmas holidays are over now, even in Switzerland ;)
> So how is this going to be continued? I can't find any 'midly' fresh news
> anywhere here, so:
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> HELLO, anybody in here?
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>
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> greetz, Uli
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I agree!
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Message 5574 - Posted: 14 Jan 2005, 12:49:22 UTC

Damn...I've been back at work since Jan 4 and it's the holiday season down under. Come on CERN...an update please!


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Message 5575 - Posted: 14 Jan 2005, 19:16:04 UTC

Hi All,
I agree with all of you. I like the project. i hate sitting idle waiting for WU's. It would be different if we could get some info from somewhere. It has been a long time since the news page was updated.

Hello to all fellow crunchers!

Have A Great Day And A Better Tomorrow!

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Message 5576 - Posted: 14 Jan 2005, 21:43:09 UTC

It would be great for an update from CERN.

My CPU's are getting bored just working on SETI.

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Message 5577 - Posted: 15 Jan 2005, 0:15:50 UTC

I will wait for LHC, I'm sure.

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Message 5578 - Posted: 15 Jan 2005, 0:18:17 UTC

I am waiting, too.

In the mean time I will crunch a little bit for einstein and seti
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Message 5579 - Posted: 15 Jan 2005, 2:03:06 UTC

How about some news to show us you care, I'll be patient, but sheesh.
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Message 5580 - Posted: 15 Jan 2005, 7:00:19 UTC - in response to Message 5579.  

>I think the christmas holidays are over now, even in Switzerland ;)

your right! holiday are passed here, we are looking for the next school holidays,starting around first two weeks of february. Those are called our carneval and/or spring and sport vacations.

Me too, waiting full of patience, but have to admit with work from LHC,

it would be more nice :-(

The build of the particle accelerator can't be finished right now, there must be a WU or two not finished.

Perhaps we can do the same work again?

( We ARE used in doing the same work again and again from other projects;-) )

There wouldn't be a great resistance for doing the same work again.


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Message 5581 - Posted: 15 Jan 2005, 10:36:49 UTC

I think that after the message on the front page:
LHC@Home 2nd status report announced. And looking into what is mentioned over there I feel that the users of your project deserve a little bit of more attention.

All we are asking - or at least I am - is to get some news from the project officials so as to know if we just better forget about it or what,

It is already mid-January, the Huygens got to Titán and we are all very excited but it surprises me that the kindness and politeness had in the past by the LHC group has now gone down the drain. A few words on the front page would be appreciated.


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Message 5584 - Posted: 15 Jan 2005, 22:27:55 UTC - in response to Message 5581.  

> I think that after the message on the front page:
> LHC@Home 2nd status report announced. And looking into what is mentioned over
> there I feel that the users of your project deserve a little bit of more
> attention.
>
> All we are asking - or at least I am - is to get some news from the project
> officials so as to know if we just better forget about it or what,
>
> It is already mid-January, the Huygens got to Titán and we are all very
> excited but it surprises me that the kindness and politeness had in the past
> by the LHC group has now gone down the drain. A few words on the front page
> would be appreciated.
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> Patience is a virtue
>
Your wait is over already!

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Message 5587 - Posted: 16 Jan 2005, 8:06:41 UTC - in response to Message 5584.  

> Your wait is over already!

I have seen the announcement and I am glad that is returning to where it should be.

Thank you for all the efforts.

We will be looking forward to these two next weeks!


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