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It has been reported on this list - or maybe one of the other DNET
lists - that OGR is currently working on a big chunk of short work
units. If true, it could bring everyones stats up for a while. <br>
I've added a few new machines recently, so I don't know if its the
short OGR blocks or the fast iron that upped my rate.<br>
are my stats</a><br>
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I'm not deluding myself that my two new putes are significant enough to give
you this sentiment. But whatever little they do, they do.
Ah, dear wizzards, is there anything that backs up James' statement? If so,
send me bigger chuncks if possible. My new putes are still hungry and they
are quite fast, see my rankings...
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Subject: [RC5] OGR progress speeding up
<pre wrap="">I can't back this up with hard figures, but it looks to me like OGR-25
progress is speeding up significantly?
After being stuck < 20% for what felt like years, it seems to be
visibly increasing every few days.
I know progress is expected to speed up in a non-linear fashion with
OGR - any graphed projections or estimates on expected completion