Joined: 4 Mar 17
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Joined: 5 Mar 17
An interesting team.
I am not a cruncher, so I do not belong to any team.
I have a large-scale "manual" project "Composing a database of canonical forms of orthogonal diagonal Latin squares of order 10"
The project has good programmers
S. Belyaev, A. Belyshev (Russia), Harry White (Canada), S. Tognon (Italy) and others.
We have already done a lot in this project.
But this project is not yet a BOINC project.
My colleagues are working on this problem.
This site was created by colleague S. Tognon
This site was created by a colleague from Russia
But then things do not go forward.
The project needs help of computing resources.
If anyone can help, please let me know.
I hope that my colleagues will cope with the problem of the BOINC project.
I'll let you know if this happens.