Well, I asked Ron and he says that "as far as he knows" there is no HTF team, and gave me permission to start one in our name.
The Intel-United Devices Cancer Research Project is a way to "...volunteer your PC to help process molecular research being conducted by the Department of Chemistry at the University of Oxford in England and the National Foundation for Cancer Research."
Its like the SETI pc program thingy.
Click HERE to find out more.
If your interested in joining the HTF team, go HERE.
"This is a tasty burger."
Okay, giving this thread a well needed bump. Lost a bunch of the messages cause of the forum switch, but that's okay. Com'on guys, need as many of you who have computers to join!
....that kid is BACK on the Escalator!
Just found out about this program today. I joined the HTF team my user name is Seijornec. This really hits close to home due to the fact that my wife is a cancer patient/survivor.
Join up if you haven't, maybe together we all can make a difference.
Glad to see you guys jumping in and helping out the project. I'm the ops manager for UD and wanted to post something a while back, but I didn't want to sound like I was just pushing the company I work for. I really think they have the option to do some good stuff as time goes on. I think you'll be happy to see some of the other projects we're working on getting out there.
If you guys have any feedback about the app, drop it here and i'll pass it along.
I guess it is time we did a recap of hardware since it was lost during the software switches of a few months ago:
Pentium 4 1.5 with 256 megs of ram (currently has done more units then the rest of the computers combined, might not have if the following wasn't currently offline) Primary Machine
Pentium III 450 with 384 megs of ram (not currently connected and won't be until I go back to school)
Pentium III 500 with 384 MoR
Pentium II 300 with 512 MoR
Pentium II 266 with 128 MoR
Pentium II 400 with 196 MoR
AND the kicker!!
Pentium 166 with 48 MoR (not currently connected, hey don't laugh it completed like 6 units in 3 months!)
How bout the rest of you who are doing this?