1) Message boards : Number crunching : Question to the admins about LHC Alpha (Message 17145)
Posted 28 Jun 2007 by [BOINCstats] Willy
I'm wondering if you will bring LHC Alpha back as well, otherwise I'll move this project to the retired ones at BOINCstats.

It's good to clean up old stuff every now and then :)
2) Message boards : Number crunching : xml stats update and status of beta project? (Message 17003)
Posted 7 Jun 2007 by [BOINCstats] Willy
I have taken steps to prevent the host XML from importing to BOINCstats (until the host problem is solved).
3) Message boards : Number crunching : To the LHC admins: USER_ID's not exported in host_id.xml. (Message 6544)
Posted 13 Mar 2005 by [BOINCstats] Willy
The USER_ID's are not exported in the host_id.xml. Before the 'break' these were present.

Will you put the USER_ID back into the host_id.xml, or will it stay this way?
4) Message boards : Number crunching : To Do: stats XML exports (Message 5752)
Posted 21 Feb 2005 by [BOINCstats] Willy
The order of ID's doesn't matter to me.

BOINCstats updated without problems after changing the filenames. It's a little hard to get through without timeouts though.

But: great to have you back up and running!
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Einstein@home (beta) now live (Message 5032)
Posted 8 Nov 2004 by [BOINCstats] Willy
Einstein@Home stats now available on BOINCstats.com :)
6) Message boards : Cafe LHC : Petition to BAN Guido - Let him spam this thread too... (Message 4670)
Posted 30 Oct 2004 by [BOINCstats] Willy
The main problem is the lack of proper moderating on all the BOINC forums. G spams them all but no action is taken.

7) Message boards : Number crunching : @Markku - homogeneous redundancy (Message 4576)
Posted 28 Oct 2004 by [BOINCstats] Willy
I still find it awkward that different CPU�s produce different results, especially between Intel and AMD. Weren�t these supposed to be compatible. How are we going to find out which one of them is correct in calculation.

1+1 should always be 2, not 2.00000000000000000000000000001 on Intel and 1.999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 on AMD.

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