We need more recruits
If you look at the #21 team "HackZone Team" they have the possibility of taking out SysOpt/Tweakit withing the next 2-4 days. They did more than twice as many blocks as we did yesterday.
I am interested in joining. I have been cruching seti for a while, but am getting bored with it. I think they are sending out the same work units over and over again because they can't keep up. My box does seti blocks in about 8 to 9 hours in linux. Let me know if I could be a help, and if so, how to join.
Mod w/ an attitude
bdog: To join the RC5 cracking team, go here and follow the instruction!
bdog... If you have any questions or problems joining feel free to e-mail me.
Izzy: I wouldn't recommend it. All that does is make us look bad (quite bad, in fact). By far the better choice is attempting to hit the uncharted territory: people you believe aren't even running the client. I would suggest not going for smaller teams - they became a team for a reason, after all.
Another idea is to figure out which of the top200 or so aren't on a team (can get tough for password-protected teams) and try to get them to join. After all, that's still neutral territory.
SysOpt just fell to number 21.
I was thinking about looking into trying to pick up some teams lower in stats into ours.
Anyony try yet? I've sent a few emails, no responses back, though.
Why do not let scoot do it ?
Just put the join informtion on headline every couple weeks.
I think there are stillsome people do not know how to join.
just my 0.02 $
Well, I just got my Dual Celery fully operational on NT, can pull around 3+ Mkeys!
Not bad, methinks. Hope this helps pull us up a bit in the rankings. It'll run 24/7 from here on out.
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