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Dr Who Fan
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2020-05-05 04:22:04

Time to retire CPU GoofyxGrid@home.

Has not been active in one to two years. The head monkey has not shown any suggestions it will return ever again.

Dr Who Fan
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2020-05-14 00:58:00

Dr Who Fan wrote:

Time to retire CPU GoofyxGrid@home.

Has not been active in one to two years. The head monkey has not shown any suggestions it will return ever again.

BUMP -- Still waiting for it's retirement from active project list.
Last stats exported from project was Aug/Sept 2018.
https://www.boincstats.com/stats/181/project/detail/
Michael Goetz
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2020-06-28 16:23:44

Dr Who Fan wrote:

Dr Who Fan wrote:

Time to retire CPU GoofyxGrid@home.

Has not been active in one to two years. The head monkey has not shown any suggestions it will return ever again.

BUMP -- Still waiting for it's retirement from active project list.
Last stats exported from project was Aug/Sept 2018.
https://www.boincstats.com/stats/181/project/detail/


I think that this may be the last time BOINCStats *imported* statistics from GoofyXgrid, rather than the last time they were exported. Other stats sites have more recent stats. While the project is its normal chaotic self (I suppose it's the living embodiment of the acronym SNAFU), it's exporting statistics right now, even though there's no work available.
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Michael Goetz
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2020-07-23 18:28:39

It's baaaaaaaaaaaack!

I'm not surprised. For years it's been a repeating pattern of working for a few months, followed by some combination of vanishing either partly or completely for a few more months. And then coming back.

Judging by the available information about upcoming plans, this probably won't be the last cycle of ups and downs.
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Dr Who Fan
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2020-07-23 22:08:16

Michael Goetz wrote:

It's baaaaaaaaaaaack!

I'm not surprised. For years it's been a repeating pattern of working for a few months, followed by some combination of vanishing either partly or completely for a few more months. And then coming back.

Judging by the available information about upcoming plans, this probably won't be the last cycle of ups and downs.

CPU HAS BEEN DEAD A LONG TIME AND SHOULD BE RETIRED.
NCI is back but for how long

Michael Goetz
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2020-07-23 22:16:31

Dr Who Fan wrote:

Michael Goetz wrote:

It's baaaaaaaaaaaack!

I'm not surprised. For years it's been a repeating pattern of working for a few months, followed by some combination of vanishing either partly or completely for a few more months. And then coming back.

Judging by the available information about upcoming plans, this probably won't be the last cycle of ups and downs.

CPU HAS BEEN DEAD A LONG TIME AND SHOULD BE RETIRED.
NCI is back but for how long


I've never even seen the CPU version, so it's been dead a long time.

I'm guessing we'll get about 2 to 3 months of operations before it goes down again.
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