Teague at NetworksPlus.com
Mon Apr 12 17:43:41 EDT 1999
Making a client that could run like d.net's to only use idle time
and then switch to a screen saver when the computer became inactive would be
the best bet for them honestly. This way, you get continual computing
through idle cpu cycles and then could switch into "Full-Force" mode (i.e.
higher priority) as a screen saver. They would be able to get much more done
this way and would please both crowds. Also, the option to not run the
screen saver would be nice as well. From what i've read, they also need to
get down the footprint of the app as well as transmission times. I know
this is what I'd like to see from them for me to be completely satisified
with their efforts at distributed computing.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: rmc at rmc.eti.br [SMTP:rmc at rmc.eti.br]
> Sent: Sunday, April 11, 1999 6:57 PM
> To: rc5 at lists.distributed.net
> Subject: RE: [RC5] SETI at Home
> But remember,
> The same people who is used to get screen savers running, always change
> from time to time, because they get "bored".
> So, I really didn't figure out why a screensaver so far. A nice gui client
> would be great. And hey, they also know that there is distributed.net.
> I mean is, why not make a client as slick as it is ???
> ]-----Original Message-----
> ]From: JOel Schopp [mailto:jhs97j at timon.acu.edu]
> ]Sent: quarta-feira, 7 de abril de 1999 15:17
> ]To: rc5 at lists.distributed.net
> ]Subject: Re: [RC5] SETI at Home
> ]Personally I think SETI is a waste of time, however I think
> ]that for how
> ]young their client is that they are doing very well. Do any of you
> ]remember the bitchall client back in the day? It takes awhile
> ]to build up
> ]a sophisticated system and clients. I very much like their screensaver
> ]idea for workstations/home computers because people are used to
> ]screensavers already. It would be easy to convince my boss to add a
> ]screensaver to our labs, but it has been very hard getting
> ]permission to
> ]add the service client.
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