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Post Posted March 12th, 2012, 7:47 am

Statistics for MozillaZine (team 39340) on Monday, 5 March 2012

Team Statistics
Rank (including team 0 and Google team) = 34 out of 84,481 active teams.
Points = 997,763,414 (+15,103,642), Units = 562,782 (+2,251).
There are 684 members in the team, 31 of whom are currently active (5%).

Team News

There are some great results in the full stats this week. For example, new08 passed 2,000,000 points and robodesign passed 20,000 points. For work units, kennish completed 140,000 WUs, Peter_Baerwald completed 7,000 WUs and robodesign completed 40 WUs. Well done!! =D>
Note that the full stats (including the Active Users table) can also be downloaded as an HTML file from box.net.

As always, many thanks to everyone for all of your valuable contributions. O:)

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Post Posted March 12th, 2012, 7:53 am

Statistics for MozillaZine (team 39340) on Monday, 12 March 2012

Team Statistics
Rank (including team 0 and Google team) = 34 out of 84,554 active teams.
Points = 1,012,487,978 (+14,724,564), Units = 565,115 (+2,333).
There are 684 members in the team, 30 of whom are currently active (4%).

Team News

Great team news is that MozillaZine has passed 1,000,000,000 points this week - fantastic! :D

There are some great results in the full stats this week. For example, JesseHathaway passed 200,000 points and robodesign passed 40,000 points. For work units, robodesign completed 60 WUs. Well done!! =D>
Note that the full stats (including the Active Users table) can also be downloaded as an HTML file from box.net.

As always, many thanks to everyone for all of your valuable contributions. O:)

Going up...

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Post Posted April 3rd, 2012, 11:11 am

I learn from Vijay Pande's blog [ http://folding.typepad.com/ ] that Stanford is rolling out Folding at Home "version 7" client. You may also notice this by visiting the project's home page [ http://folding.stanford.edu/ ] : the "download" direct link gets the new version, and the rest is now in an "older versions" page. Moreover, Vijay Pande writes about very promising science results, regarding cancer, Alzheimer, drug design and viral infection. So it seems we were not just wasting resources!

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Post Posted April 7th, 2012, 2:19 pm

Statistics for MozillaZine (team 39340) on Monday, 19 March 2012

Team Statistics
Rank (including team 0 and Google team) = 34 out of 84,626 active teams.
Points = 1,028,584,665 (+16,096,687), Units = 567,350 (+2,235).
There are 684 members in the team, 29 of whom are currently active (4%).

Team News

There are some great results in the full stats this week. For example, Peter_Baerwald passed 4,000,000 points and robodesign passed 60,000 points. For work units, robodesign completed 80 WUs. Well done!! =D>
Note that the full stats (including the Active Users table) can also be downloaded as an HTML file from box.net.

As always, many thanks to everyone for all of your valuable contributions. O:)

Going up...

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Post Posted April 7th, 2012, 2:20 pm

Statistics for MozillaZine (team 39340) on Monday, 26 March 2012

Team Statistics
Rank (including team 0 and Google team) = 34 out of 84,709 active teams.
Points = 1,044,270,524 (+15,685,859), Units = 569,642 (+2,292).
There are 684 members in the team, 28 of whom are currently active (4%).

Team News

There are some great results in the full stats this week. For example, robodesign passed 70,000 points and, for work units, Ronald_Tilby completed 2,000 WUs and robodesign completed 90 WUs. Well done!! =D>
Note that the full stats (including the Active Users table) can also be downloaded as an HTML file from box.net.

As always, many thanks to everyone for all of your valuable contributions. O:)

Going up...

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Post Posted April 7th, 2012, 2:22 pm

Monthly Statistics for MozillaZine (team 39340) for March 2012

Team Statistics
Rank (including team 0 and Google team) = 33 out of 84,776 active teams.
Points = 1,057,262,369 (+67,890,794), Units = 571,586 (+10,102).
There are 685 members in the team, 25 of whom were active this month (4%).

Team News

First, welcome to new member: TedBenic. 8-)

Great team news is that MozillaZine is up 1 place this month to position 33! :D Also great news is that MozillaZine has passed 1,000,000,000 points this month - fantastic! :D

There are even more great results in the full stats this month. For example, kennish passed 700,000,000 points, Peter_Baerwald passed 4,000,000 points, Ronald_Tilby passed 400,000 points, JesseHathaway passed 200,000 points and robodesign passed 80,000 points. For work units, Peter_Baerwald completed 8,000 WUs, Ronald_Tilby completed 2,000 WUs and robodesign completed 100 WUs. Well done!! =D>

As always, many thanks to everyone for all of your valuable contributions. O:)

Going up...

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Post Posted April 7th, 2012, 2:24 pm

Statistics for MozillaZine (team 39340) on Monday, 2 April 2012

Team Statistics
Rank (including team 0 and Google team) = 33 out of 84,791 active teams.
Points = 1,059,674,524 (+15,404,000), Units = 571,909 (+2,267).
There are 685 members in the team, 29 of whom are currently active (4%).

Team News

First, welcome to new member: TedBenic. 8-)

Great team news is that MozillaZine is up 1 place this week to position 33! :D

There are even more great results in the full stats this week. For example, kennish passed 700,000,000 points, Ronald_Tilby passed 400,000 points and robodesign passed 90,000 points. For work units, Peter_Baerwald completed 8,000 WUs and robodesign completed 100 WUs. Well done!! =D>
Note that the full stats (including the Active Users table) can also be downloaded as an HTML file from box.net.

As always, many thanks to everyone for all of your valuable contributions. O:)

Going up...

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Post Posted May 3rd, 2012, 6:36 am

Monthly Statistics for MozillaZine (team 39340) for April 2012

Team Statistics
Rank (including team 0 and Google team) = 32 out of 85,175 active teams.
Points = 1,117,558,894 (+60,296,525), Units = 581,454 (+9,868).
There are 687 members in the team, 29 of whom were active this month (4%).

Team News

First, welcome to new members: Peter_Baewald and Sasha_van_den_heetkamp. 8-)

Great team news is that MozillaZine is up 1 place this month to position 32! :D Also great news is that MozillaZine has passed 1,100,000,000 points this month - fantastic! :D

There are even more great results in the full stats this month. For example, bollix47 passed 250,000,000 points, larryb_home passed 6,000,000 points, Peter_Baerwald passed 5,000,000 points, RPGMaker35 passed 400,000 points, Timoleon passed 300,000 points and robodesign passed 100,000 points. For work units, bollix47 completed 90,000 WUs. Well done!! =D>

As always, many thanks to everyone for all of your valuable contributions. O:)

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P.S. I am guessing that Peter_Baewald is a mis-spelling for Peter_Baerwald. I can combine statistics if required, although it does mean that my statistics will diverge from those at Stanford. I don't mind that as long as people are aware of it - I just don't want to be accused of "cooking the books"!!

P.P.S. Sorry about the lack of weekly statistics recently. Things have been manic here again and I decided that it wasn't worth posting statistics from several weeks ago. In any case, my blog has all of the weekly statistics if you want to see them.
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Post Posted June 3rd, 2012, 1:51 pm

Monthly Statistics for MozillaZine (team 39340) for May 2012

Team Statistics
Rank (including team 0 and Google team) = 33 out of 85,474 active teams.
Points = 1,169,326,694 (+51,767,800), Units = 590,958 (+9,504).
There are 687 members in the team, 25 of whom were active this month (4%).

Team News

Sad team news is that MozillaZine is down 1 place this month to position 33. :(

However, there are some great results in the full stats this month. For example, RAF_Moz_work passed 40,000,000 points, ObWanMich passed 800,000 points, damoochie passed 600,000 points and sergio_eduardo passed 300,000 points. For work units, kennish completed 150,000 WUs, Peter_Baerwald completed 9,000 WUs, new08 completed 6,000 WUs and jamie completed 30 WUs. Well done!! =D>

As always, many thanks to everyone for all of your valuable contributions. O:)

Going up...

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Post Posted July 3rd, 2012, 8:07 am

Monthly Statistics for MozillaZine (team 39340) for June 2012

Team Statistics
Rank (including team 0 and Google team) = 30 out of 85,781 active teams.
Points = 1,217,880,632 (+48,553,938), Units = 601,525 (+10,567).
There are 687 members in the team, 27 of whom were active this month (4%).

Team News

Great team news is that MozillaZine is up 3 places this month to position 30! :D Also great news is that MozillaZine has passed 1,200,000,000 points this month - fantastic! :D

There are even more great results in the full stats this month. For example, kennish passed 800,000,000 points, Peter_Baerwald passed 6,000,000 points, new08 passed 2,500,000 points, Cesar_Salgado and Timoleon passed 400,000 points and jamie passed 8,000 points. For work units, Peter_Baerwald completed 10,000 WUs, sergio_eduardo completed 2,000 WUs and Anonymous_2 completed 900 WUs. Well done!! =D>

As always, many thanks to everyone for all of your valuable contributions. O:)

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Post Posted July 4th, 2012, 10:42 pm

patermann--I always look forward to your updates. Thanks for keeping on. =D>
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Post Posted August 2nd, 2012, 11:04 am

Monthly Statistics for MozillaZine (team 39340) for July 2012

Team Statistics
Rank (including team 0 and Google team) = 30 out of 86,052 active teams.
Points = 1,277,017,406 (+59,136,774), Units = 611,578 (+10,053).
There are 692 members in the team, 30 of whom were active this month (4%).

Team News

First, welcome to new members: candypopgames.com, 7Michael1, puzzler, Wong and bungbung. 8-)

There are some great results in the full stats this month. For example, bollix47 passed 300,000,000 points, jcall passed 900,000 points, Loudnoise passed 600,000 points, Timoleon passed 500,000 points and candypopgames.com passed 1,000 points. For work units, kennish completed 160,000 WUs and JesseHathaway completed 900 WUs. Well done!! =D>

As always, many thanks to everyone for all of your valuable contributions. O:)

Going up...

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Post Posted August 30th, 2012, 7:17 am

I have tried unsuccessfully to find out the pros and cons of upgrading to the V.7 client, so I have postponed doing so. A few questions that I hope someone can either answer or point me to a link that does. I have two PCs, each of which I can (currently) use one CPU for folding. As a result, I am using the old CPU client on each. For the past 12-18 months, my folding has been very stable, reinforcing my reluctance.

    1. Are there any advantages to me to upgrade?
    2. Are there any advantages from the Project's standpoint for me to upgrade?
    3. Other than I am using an "obsolete" version, what--if any--are the disadvantages of continuing to use version 6.

I appreciate any feedback!
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Post Posted August 30th, 2012, 7:50 am

I don't believe v6 is considered obsolete ... yet. The only recommendation re v6 is that you use the latest version 6.34. That way you'll have access to a4 projects that currently come with a 10% bonus over and above the current Quick Return Bonus that you get by using a passkey.

http://folding.typepad.com/news/2012/07 ... oject.html

http://folding.stanford.edu/English/FAQ-passkey

There are a number of features in v7 that can improve throughput. One is that the next WU can be downloaded and ready for processing before you finish the current WU and start processing while the current WU is being uploaded. Another is that v7 clients(FAHClient) on different computers can communicate with FAHControl running on your main computer so that you can monitor and control the clients on all the computers being used without actually having to physically go to those other computers. Also, some projects are specifically set up to only run on v7 so you'll never get them if you're using v6. That may not always be a bad thing if the projects using v6 produce more than the current v7-only projects but it could be the other way around. :wink:

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Post Posted August 30th, 2012, 3:10 pm

My know-how on folding is a billionth of bollix47's. Anyway, I can tell you I use a three-year-old dual-core desktop with Windows 7. I changed F@H 6 to F@H 7 four months ago, and got more points than before. And let us suppose more points are better for science. I am satisfied with F@H 7. No delays, no WU corruption. I only quit it when installing a large program or performing any other heavy CPU task.

By the way, if F@H 7 were very harmful, would it be the default download?

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