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The new BOINCstats website is here!

The new BOINCstats website is here!

As you can see the BOINCstats website has been thoroughly renewed. It's an all new design which plays nicely with mobile phones and tablets. Security is improved, pages and forms are optimized. It's a big change but most pages can be found in the same place as before.

Support for customized languages has been dropped, most were not properly maintained. For those who really need a translated version the build in translation of the browser may do the trick. I found it to be pretty decent for Dutch.

I hope you like it but if you really can't get used to the new design, the old version of BOINCstats can be found at https://classic.boincstats.com, but be aware, that version will no longer be maintained and will receive no updates other than security patches!

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I'm currently Co-Chairman of the MidWest Astro-Imaging Conference. I grew up in the relatively dark skies of the Pacific Northwest, starting with the classic 3" Edmund reflector in the cardboard tube, and eventually building an 8" f/6 Newtonian during high school, as well as getting involved in my local astronomical society. I also served one year on the Astronomical League council as the Northwest Region representative in 1974. I came to Chicago in 1975, trading dark skies for college and then graduate school at the University of Chicago, including studying two years at Yerkes Observatory and earning my Masters in Astronomy and Astrophysics. However, I discovered that the academic life wasn't for me, so I started working in computer-related fields. My first few jobs were in the arcade video game industry during its heyday, and I created the video game Nibbler which saw a fair amount of success. Along the way I married my wife, Mary, in 1984, whom I had met when we

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