Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by loonym, Apr 29, 2009.
Hope you get back on your feet soon
Not our best, but I understand that people want to take a break after the challenge (as unreasonable as it may be ), so nothing unexpected
To pick up a bit of the slack
I have all three of my rigs back up after a little break from the "heat".
Great job guys--and sorry about not getting the update done yesterday!
Molokina Crater, Hawaii:
Kannesteinen, Vågsøy, Norway:
Sorry guys, I was home for the weekend and ended up distracted!
However, here we are, back to a rather impressive day for our Team!
Franz Joseph Glacier, New Zealand:
A pretty much middle-of-the-road day for us--not bad at all!
The University of Kaiserslautern is doing a phenomenal job recently. Time to bring back Kaiserslautern, my Atom, to catch up
The Great Blue Hole Reef, Belize:
If nothing else, we are still better than France.
Good job guys--a very nice boost from yesterday!
River of Clouds, Switzerland:
Great job Team!
So close to hitting 3 mil. ppd
A combined post--first off, yesterday's numbers:
A bit low, but nothing we can't recover from with a bit of extra crunching!
And a boost from yesterday--definitely movement in the right direction!
Maroon Bells, location unknown:
Another day of Combined Numbers because of some rather pressing time shortages on my part
Our Results from October 6th:
A solid day--certainly nothing for us to be ashamed of!
Our Results from October 7th:
And a very solid improvement it is too!
And finally, today's results!
Well done guys--not our best day, but given the inherent limitations of the CEP project it's also not too bad!
Point Reyes National Seashore, California:
I hope the French know they are gonna go down, in about 5 days. Once the CEP2 challenge is done...Notice they didn't join the fray, this time? Must have been a rather large embarrassment to lose to TPU, an, as yet, unrecognized state in the UN.
Yesterday was a hard day for us, unfortunately, but we can bounce back and thrive over the coming days!
Iceland at sunset!
Yosemite Glacier Point:
That looks amazing!
It also reminds me of a certain area in a certain game
A very solid boost from yesterday--good job guys!
Kaiserslautern is on fire right now!
Yes of course Vinska. And it is autumn on the northern hemisphere, so it's fitting.
I love Birch trees! Had two of them in our yard growing up, BEAUTIFUL! BTW, anybody else see the dog face?
Oh, look. We are ahead of Canada, AND the French!!
There are two dogheads actually, one brown and one black.
Well done guys--2.7 million when we're focusing primarily on CEP2 for the challenge is quite a nice result to swing!
Thanks to Buck's amazing recent addition to the Team, we're hugely up above 3m PPD--a feat we haven't seen in quite a while!
I think that this momentous occasion is deserving of at least another picture--what do you guys think?
Nanga Parbat, Pakistan:
Selkirk Mountains, British Columbia, Canada:
Yeah, that was a nice one!
An insane job--very well done guys! toast:
Another impressive day--you guys are doing an insanely good job!
Lake Bohinjsko Jezero, Slovenia:
Swan Lake, Montana:
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