[RC5] distributed.net "news"...

Dead J. Dona deadjdona at gmail.com
Fri Apr 24 11:11:12 EDT 2009

well i suppose that boinc xml format will be nice.
if it be same as boinc, all stats site can grab it without modification to
stats parser and this will simplify process very much.
you can check xml format here

or just add /stats/ to any boinc project url. standartisation in IT is cool

wbr, Me. Dead J. Dona
Sent from Kiev, 30, Ukraine

On Fri, Apr 24, 2009 at 17:54, Kevin McCoy <kgmccoy at idk-inc.com> wrote:

> Distributed.net used to have a big text file of raw stats on their site
> for machine-reading. I don't know where it went, and it no longer seems
> to be documented. It was documented on the DNET site at one time - maybe
> I just couldn't find it when I checked a few months ago.
> Even that big text file didn't serve my needs so I wrote my own
> Distributed.net stats pages web spider. I create graphs and tabular data
> from the DNET stats, add them to stats from our team cow logs and
> display them on my team's stats web site.
> XML would be nice. I'd need team-level and personal-summary stats in XML
> format. I think the old text file held only personal summary stats.
> I don't care about personal historical key-rates in XML. I heard that
> was a pretty CPU-intense stat for the DNET stats server to generate.
> Best regards,
> Kevin G. McCoy
> Cracking keys 24/7 since 1997
> Dead J. Dona wrote:
> > Boinc projects have ability to export stats in xml format, so alot of
> > stats sites grab them few times a day and shows nice graphs and other
> > stuff.
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