Posts by Diplomat

1) Message boards : Number crunching : Rosetta Badges (Message 87560)
Posted 24 Oct 2017 by Profile Diplomat
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Ideal bages - trophies at Skynet POGS

It would be really nice to have images of different standard structural units of the protein or even whole molecules, it's not bad to have similar to GPUGrid approach, but with different drawing scheme.
2) Message boards : Number crunching : Problems and Technical Issues with Rosetta@home (Message 80627)
Posted 11 Sep 2016 by Profile Diplomat
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Credits granted value became significantly lower than it used to be.

At the same time table with tasks now almost instantly get cleaned, so it\'s hard to prove a point (I have 24 hrs computing).

The only visible result now (while I was writing this message it was gone form the table too)

873957277 782555353 10 Sep 2016 13:02:18 UTC 11 Sep 2016 17:27:12 UTC Over Success Done 85,467.54 1,032.09 691.97

Others that I did manage to spot had the same CPU time, Credits Claimed slightly over 1,000 and granted around 550-650

before i would expect values between 850-1,000
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Stuck on Uploading (Message 80508)
Posted 8 Aug 2016 by Profile Diplomat
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+1 upload stuck and that\'s kind of confusing
4) Message boards : Number crunching : Rosetta Badges (Message 79346)
Posted 2 Jan 2016 by Profile Diplomat
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I agree IPD has relevant information that does mention R@H as a driver for science.

Also I see thay IPD has pretty nice design as well as pictures in articles, why not to use the artist to do some little job for us.

I\'m fanatic myself but in order to engage more people in computing we need to have some \"action\" around the project. Have you ever thought why stupid farming games are so popular in social networks? Why we can\'t use some basic ideas within a project to make illusion of interaction. There are still a lot of idle computing power, all methods are good.
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Rosetta Badges (Message 79299)
Posted 24 Dec 2015 by Profile Diplomat
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Bages show appreciation to volunteers.

We can come up with some interesting concept and grading scheme.






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