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Message 21926 - Posted: 4 Mar 2010, 12:21:40 UTC
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Message 22857 - Posted: 3 Sep 2011, 4:34:29 UTC

Yesterday you created this, created the BOINC-wide teams, created the team affiliation with the wrong numbers. A lot of people changed their team to the proper one, and now you did the same mess up again.

I was in SETI-Germany in the old LHC@Home, I suddenly became member of Phenix here in the new set-up, under both addresses, so I changed it to the proper team, made my team mates aware of it, so that a lot of them changed as well, and over night I suddenlyx became a member of
DistributedComputing@Plock.

WTF are you doing there?
And why are you sending out WUs if you are not even remotely ready for crunchers?????
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Message 22859 - Posted: 3 Sep 2011, 19:05:18 UTC - in response to Message 22857.  

Sänger,

I do realize that some glitches happened when transfering the team tables.
They are now stable, i.e. we do not plan any admin changes now. If there
are still errors in them, please correct by hand.

Sorry for the confusion. Dealing with a long running project is more difficult
then creating a new one. In what we do we are motivated by science. We have
to get results and most of the work so far was dedicated to tuning SixTrack.

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