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    Hydrogen@Home (new BOINC project)

    Hydrogen@Home is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in Hydrogen Production. When the project reaches Production Phase, you can participate by downloading and running a free program on your computer.

    Hydrogen@Home is an emerging BOINC project in need of volunteers. Hydrogen@Home is not affiliated with any research Institute or University. Account creation is currently disabled. Project is still under developement.
    http://hydrogenathome.org/

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    I got this:

    5/15/2007 11:48:51 AM|http://elm.cis.uncw.edu/testBoinc/|Message from server: Project is temporarily shut down for maintenance


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    Quote Originally Posted by vaughan View Post
    I got this:

    5/15/2007 11:48:51 AM|http://elm.cis.uncw.edu/testBoinc/|Message from server: Project is temporarily shut down for maintenance
    wrong thread

    But yea, that's what I get too.

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    Hydrogen At home

    I found out some news from this project by reading every page that would open, Seems it is a one man show and the one guy is looking for help on this project. VERMONT is his home formerly, and his degree is from the University of Vermont.
    So here is the guy in Charge: Jack Shultz
    http://hydrogenathome.org/Jack_Shultz.html

    And here is his plea for help:
    http://hydrogenathome.org/Project_Team.html

    Would anybody want to dabble in making this project a reality ? ((Imagine AMD Users Team Members could assist in finding the solutions to making this project a success))

    Different OS's that have been installed, looks to me like Jack Shultz realizes that all of them being covered is better then just Windows:
    http://hydrogenathome.org/apps.php
    Which includes just about everything including MAC, Linux, Windows etc.





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    I just sent him an email...
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    I had a feeling that you were going to follow this up!





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    I got a reply.

    "Jack" is working on the application and hopes to be ready for public testing this fall. There is a minor slowdown due to summer weather....
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    Hydrogen@Home (new BOINC project)

    Bender10 will you be able to help in the process at all? Or is he pretty much going to try and pull it all off by himself?





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    I wouldn't mind giving a hand on development, but my experience is only on MS technologies (C#/VB.Net/T-SQL/etc)... and I think boinc runs fully on open source solutions, so it's out of my field of expertise.

    If you guys find out that he develops on MS platform (Visual Studio/SQL Server/etc) tell me and I'll volunteer to help.

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    He's not looking for testers yeti.

    He is still working on the code to get the (boinc?) software and wu's to play nice together. He is doing work with "a simulation called Autodock", Cygwin (windoz porting), and VS C++

    NeoGen?
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