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WCG Status Update

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Brief Update from Bonneau Lab (NYU) ... hpf2 right around the courner!
[May 1, 2006 1:34:22 PM]

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warning (i am in a hurry, so spelling and grammer are not qa-ed in this content)

We're beta testing HPF2 now. The IBM guys have given me a screenshot of the client and it looks nice. The graphics arn't essential to the project BUT it is a good experience when you see it look good.

We've got the new work units rolling off the pre-grid steps and everything looks set to pop. I'm sure I'll fill a disk or two, overheat a closet full of computers or two and otherwise have a mix-up here and there, but the initial batch is done and is what the IBM team is using to test the code.

I'm currently working on the content for the pages explaining what exactly is different about HPF2 (a lot).

Thanks again for the wikipedia page ... the project is distributed and now so is the explanation of the project.

In periffereall news I just hired a new person (NYU side programmer to work on HPF2). His name is Kevin Drew, he'll be helping out Lars Malmstroem and I ... he's got a bit of grid experience and is already running strong after a week. Welcome aboard KD.

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