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WCG Daily Numbers

Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by loonym, Apr 29, 2009.

  1. [Ion]

    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Good job again guys! :toast: :rockout: :toast: :respect: :toast: :rockout: :toast: :respect: :toast: :rockout: :toast: :respect: :toast: :rockout:

    It's insane seeing what IBM and Ripple Labs are doing! Over 100m PPD each o_O

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    The ice of Antarctica!
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    Zelenci, Slovenia:
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    so beautiful...

    P.S. It has been snowing the whole day here, so it looks quite good outside my window, too ;)
     
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    No snows yet here, only occasional rains and cold that is no true cold yet.

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    ^ Temps in Celsius ^
     
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    No snow here, but it's been below freezing all day.
     
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    That's -16.6 C, for a HIGH temp on Sat. :D
     
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  6. [Ion]

    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Oh that sounds amazing; it's been in the 70s today. Quite unreasonable for this time of year IMO :ohwell:

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    It's absolutely incredible that we've managed to get such incredible PPD for so many days in a row! You guys are insane! :toast:

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    Aurora in Iceland:
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    Alpenzellerlande, Switzerland:
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  7. BUCK NASTY

    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    Nice to see the daily numbers @ 3Mil+ everyday now. Keep up the great work Gent's!

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  8. Arjai

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    Three days w/ out updates? I know it is probably Finals week but, can't we get another TPU staffer/ Team guy to update? I would do it if I knew what to do, or had a consistent web connection....

    OK, found it for the 9th..

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    Nice work, however, I would sincerely like to be above China. Sorry, no pics.
     
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    We BEAT China!!!!!!!!! Yea TEAM TPU!!!:clap:

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    Nice work!!
     
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    Thanks for helping out Arjai! :toast:

    I believe [Ion] is tied up with finals at school so some assistance is much appreciated!
     
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    Sorry about no pictures.:(

    I have a real iffy network here and don't want to wait ten minutes to download a picture. So, I will do what I can to post this, until Ion can tear himself away from studies. But, no pictures, maybe. :D
     
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    While snooping around the Team numbers, it has appeared to me there are a few Crunchers on our team that are running some big numbers yet, are unknown to me and don't show up in the Pie competition. I realize these people have probably opted out of it but, they are continually crunching for our team.

    Thank you to all of these background Crunchers helping TPU put up these awesome numbers. I shudder to think where we would be without these guys!

    THANKS to you all!!:toast: :clap: :respect:
     
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    Are you sure that's not just the "7 WCG points to one BOINC point" conversion? Pie is measured in BOINC points, iirc. Yesterday's numbers should be able to be converted over to ~500,992 BOINC points (about 7 IONs).

    On a related note, I now declare an ION to be a dynamic unit of measurement. Like Bitcoins.
     
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    Nice job TEAM TPU!! A little down from yesterday but still an awesome 3.4 Million!! Keep Crunching!!!:D:toast::clap:



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    Look! A picture!!

    "Visualization showing how charged particles stream onto the poles of the Earth creating the northern and southern lights as seen in the new PBS documentary "Earth from Space" by NOVA."

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    All things being the same, including Ion and you and me and Norton and Vinska and the rest. These anonymous Crunchers are quietly pumping in huge numbers for our team. I would mention some TPU monikers but, I don't want to invade their space. We all owe them a HUGE thanks, not a questioning of their worth!! :toast: Thanks again!!
     
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    I got 0.34 Ion's today :laugh:

    Not quite sure what figures your looking at Arjai? :confused:
     
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    Ah... I see now. Those stats are for all BOINC projects (WCG and others like GPUGrid, POEM, SETI@Home, etc..). We concentrate on our WCG Team performance/stats in these threads. I don't know how/when/if anyone is participating in other projects under the TPU Team name?

    EDIT- here's the breakdown of projects:
    http://www.allprojectstats.com/showteam.php?projekt=0&id=1123588
     
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  20. Arjai

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    Sure, but if you were to click through on some of those names (in my link), uncommon in our forum, you will see, as you scroll down, that many of them are producing very decent numbers for our WCG team.
     
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    Manofthem Agent00skid, laptop-hpc, mathew-3770K and I run POEM@home (a bit like F@H); I am also crunching for climateprediction, einstein@home, ABC@home, Mindmodelling@home and Rosetta@home (Fightmalaria@home being a back-up project).

    @Arjai: please keep only WCG team scores in this thread, excluding other BOINC projects.
     
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    Gee, that's a whole lot of projects! °D°
     
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    LOL, I look at my sigpic and realise I forgot to mention Iber Civis (I have not attached DistrRTgen at the moment).

    Four cores doing project-rotation works surprisingly well. :) No worries, I will set them all on "no new tasks" once we are nearing a WCG challenge again. :D
     
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    Wha? I was just pointing out that sure, there are people running other projects along with WCG. We don't often have interaction with them, and they ARE contributing a very decent amount to our WCG daily numbers.

    If nobody else cares about that, well then fine. I think they deserve a BIG THANK YOU!!! Thanks, again. OK, can we end this pointless finger pointing at what I feel is deserved. The numbers here are our teams numbers, as always. Carry on. :D
     
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    Haven't been running POEM for a while. After finally accepting that the iGPU in my A6 was crap, I ended up turning it off.
     
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