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data
14th February 2003, 04:46 PM
TeamNinja_Genome

MarsJupiter Members Position Table (http://www.marsjupiter.com/seti/generic_member_table.php?project=genome_pica)

MarsJupiter Real Time Stats (http://www.marsjupiter.com/seti/generic_realtime.php?project=genome_pica)

Standford Team Stats (http://genomeathome.stanford.edu/teamstats.html) courtesy of Monkeymia

Stanford Member Stats (http://genomeathome.stanford.edu/userstats.html)

Stanford TeamNinja_Genome Stats (http://gah.stanford.edu/teams/TeamNinja_Genome.html)courtesy of Monkeymia

Genome Latest News Bulletin (http://gah.stanford.edu/new.html)

old but still used YAHOO Genome Community Group (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/genomeathome/)

Genome New Community Group Forum also covers Folding (http://forum.folding-community.org/)

Statsman 1000 Team Stats (http://www.statsman.org/genomestats/index.html)

Statsman Top 1000 User Stats (http://www.statsman.org/genomestats/users.html)

Statsman TeamNinja_Genome Breakdown (http://www.statsman.org/genomestats/4876.html)

SETIATWORK virtual GENOME STATS for TeamNinja_Genome (http://www.setiatwork.com/cgi-bin/gahstats.cgi?days=7&sort=Rank&team=TeamNinja_Genome&stat=teams) courtesy of Monkeymia

OTHER

link to many things DC related (http://homepage.ntlworld.com/squeaky/DClinks.htm) courtesy of Squeaky

GENOME SPY (http://www.v8.franken.de/GS/index_eng.htm) courtesy by Stargazer

UD MONITOR (http://distributed.org.ru/?udmon) courtesy of Hans Anre Iversen

Sig Pic Selector help page (http://teamninja.no-ip.com/) Courtesy of Ragnarog

Not the best i know but till we get fully organised may be a help to some will add tidy up and edit out those that are already posted when i am finished then the powers can incorporate in a common sticky

regards

speculative
14th February 2003, 07:14 PM
Great work Data. :)

-spec

Chelle
14th February 2003, 10:28 PM
Thanks Tom!

Jules
16th February 2003, 09:16 PM
Can I stickey this in here...

Gservo
16th February 2003, 09:58 PM
I will make a section for these in the link section of the site

Squeaky
17th February 2003, 08:44 PM
Hi Tom,

would you replace the link I gave you previously with..

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/squeaky/DClinks.htm

its the same information, unsubtley stolen and altered for Team Ninja. I've no idea what the status of Folding is so I will alter those listed to DF and TSC as soon as I'm able...unless anybody objects.

data
17th February 2003, 08:56 PM
Originally posted by Squeaky
Hi Tom,

would you replace the link I gave you previously with..

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/squeaky/DClinks.htm

its the same information, unsubtley stolen and altered for Team Ninja. I've no idea what the status of Folding is so I will alter those listed to DF and TSC as soon as I'm able...unless anybody objects.

complied with as requested :cool:

data
21st February 2003, 10:15 PM
not great but a bit of colour to the above LINKS has made it more in keeping with Chelle's make over :D :D

Squeaky
21st February 2003, 10:33 PM
looks great Data :) :thumb:

data
21st February 2003, 10:41 PM
Originally posted by Squeaky
looks great Data :) :thumb:

Nnnnnnaaaaa not great but colourful :D

Hans Arne Iversen
26th March 2003, 05:50 PM
If you are using the folding3 client for genome, I will recommend
UD Monitor (http://distributed.org.ru/?udmon)
It can be used to download multiple genome2 units.
Very handy if you are on dial-up or if the server is down.
right after installation it will be configured to download only G@h2 WUs so you don't have to worry about getting folding units that don't count in the stats instead of genome units.

data
11th April 2003, 01:04 AM
Originally posted by Hans Anre Iversen
If you are using the folding3 client for genome, I will recommend
UD Monitor (http://distributed.org.ru/?udmon)
It can be used to download multiple genome2 units.
Very handy if you are on dial-up or if the server is down.
right after installation it will be configured to download only G@h2 WUs so you don't have to worry about getting folding units that don't count in the stats instead of genome units.

Hi Hans

my apologies for not updating your most excellent link to the above reference post - it has been done now

regards
Tom

Fireblade
11th April 2003, 01:31 AM
UD Monitor sounds like a very handy util' for sure Hans. Thanks for the link :thumbsup:

I had reservations about running the new G@H2 client until not long ago, but more favourable reports are filtering back nowadays, such that I'll most likely be tempted to 'indulge' once the 0.99/classic client is terminated next month ;)

I (and many others, I know) would very much like to hear that a ~nonet option is being introduced into it tho', before I commit myself fully :D