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Message 19961 - Posted: 1 Sep 2008, 11:44:32 UTC

Finally servers accepting results. But credit don't granted because of "Task was reported too late to validate". :(
All tasks was finished more than week ago.
Why report deadline wasn't increased?
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Message 19964 - Posted: 1 Sep 2008, 13:21:07 UTC - in response to Message 19961.  

Finally servers accepting results. But credit don't granted because of "Task was reported too late to validate". :(
All tasks was finished more than week ago.
Why report deadline wasn't increased?


I have the same problem.
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Message 19967 - Posted: 1 Sep 2008, 17:10:18 UTC - in response to Message 19961.  
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Finally servers accepting results. But credit don't granted because of "Task was reported too late to validate". :(
All tasks was finished more than week ago.
Why report deadline wasn't increased?


Although I haven't got that particular problem, a possible explanation is that the site isn't fully functional yet. After a holiday there are a lot of fires to be quenched, and the staff responsible for the running of this site are only working part time on it. At least the boards are up. Other issues like the text in this message running out of sight and work unit status not being available will be dealt with in a priortized order: paid work still comes first!

Be patient and keep crunching for other distributed projects in the meantime.

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