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Kevin T. Perez

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Message 21448 - Posted: 30 Jul 2009, 9:34:44 UTC

I have several BOINC project running, one of them is LHC@Home. I\\\'ve noticed that LHC@Home has been idle for so long that statistics for my contributions have been removed from the Statistics tab. Can I assume that this project is complete? I would hope that there would be an announcement of some type regarding the future of LHC@Home; especially after being idle for so long. Any guidance would be welcome.
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Message 21450 - Posted: 3 Aug 2009, 4:26:44 UTC

Yes, it has been a long time since LHC@home has
generated work units ... until today. There are,
as I type, 473 work units to be verified. The last
time I checked, there was one work unit unverified
and two work units outstanding. This means we
again have an active project. The only trick
now is getting the work units when they are released.
There are a lot of folks competing for them.

Good Luck!
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