Boring statistics: WCG

I’ve added The Clean Energy Project, Phase 2 (CEP2) to my active World Community Grid list and have donated 180 days of CPU time to it so far, marking the milestone with the Ruby badge. Not too bad a performance, considering that CEP2 is currently Linux-only. The Windows version of the CEP2 software should be available soon, doubling my processing speed — at least until more DDDT2 workunits are released…

The Help Fight Childhood Cancer (HFCC) project has been reactivated with three new targets as of this morning, and if the processing rate is the same as before it’ll probably keep going for an additional year — leaving me plenty of time to reach my 5-year target.

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