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1) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Virtual Boinc Workshop (Message 101922)
Posted 26 May 2021 by Profile Contact
Post:
All 2021 BOINC Workshop videos are now online. There is a lot of great information documented here.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1YM32SpdGnb1S5b5gUJPyQ/videos
2) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Virtual Boinc Workshop (Message 101796)
Posted 12 May 2021 by Profile Contact
Post:
2021 BOINC Workshop - Day 01 videos are now live!
https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL53-FdJ6NUueHqfipxZ2W4QnTbHlTi5HN
3) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Virtual Boinc Workshop (Message 101567)
Posted 27 Apr 2021 by Profile Contact
Post:
Day 3 - April 28 - Presentations, Community Discussion + Tutorials.
The agenda for Day 3 outlines another promising day in the BOINC workshop.

09:00 PDT / 11:00 CDT / 12:00 EDT / 17:00 BST+IST / 18:00 CEST / 19:00 EEST -- Est program duration: 3.25 hours

START Matt Blumberg Welcome + the day’s agenda

+00:10 Steven Clark NanoHub

+00:25 Steffen Möller BOINC on OpenWrt

+00:40 Marko Jukic SiDock@home

+00:55 Breakout Session Topic brainstorm + polling

+01:05 TRACK 01: Breakout Sessions

+01:05 TRACK 02: Project Setup Tutorial

+02:15 Full group: Breakout reports + discussion

+03:00 Matt Blumberg Wrap up and closing notes
4) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Virtual Boinc Workshop (Message 101404)
Posted 20 Apr 2021 by Profile Contact
Post:
Only hours away from Day 2 Tech Talks - April 21.
09:00 PDT / 11:00 CDT / 12:00 EDT / 17:00 BST+IST / 18:00 CEST / 19:00 EEST Est program duration: 3.25 hours


Register to attend if you haven't already. boincworkshop.org/register

START Matt Blumberg Welcome + the day’s agenda

+00:10 Mohanty Sharada AICrowd

+00:25 Medha Atre Eydle AI

+00:40 Max Ryabinin Learning@home

+00:55 Panel: "Issues for AI on Volunteer Computing"

+01:10 Ritu Arora BOINC@TACC

+01:25 Andy Bowery CPDN

+01:40 Vitalii Koshura BOINC for Android

+01:55 Laurence Field LHC@Home

+02:10 Bernd Machenschalk Einstein@Home

+02:25 Rytis Slatkevičius + Tristan Olive Charity Engine

+02:40 David Anderson BOINC Development: Past year + draft roadmap

+03:10 Matt Blumberg Wrap up + look forward to next week
5) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Virtual Boinc Workshop (Message 101259)
Posted 12 Apr 2021 by Profile Contact
Post:
There are awesome additions to the Schedule for The 2021 BOINC Workshop.
Steven Clark from nanoHUB has been added to The World of BOINC presentations on April 14 (only 2 sleeps from now) and Max Ryabinin from Learning@home has been added to Tech Talks on April 21.

Vitalii Koshura - BOINC for Android, Steven Clark - nanoHUB (San Diego Supercomputer Center) and Max Ryabinin - Learning@home have been added to the Speakers List.

The agenda for Community Discussion + Tutorials on April 28 has not been posted yet but World Community Grid Tech Keith Uplinger has an exciting announcement for that day:
"I am planning on doing a tutorial similar to what I did in Chicago about setting up a BOINC server and running from scratch. My plan is to have it run on ubuntu 20.04 for ease of use for those to set it up."

I received my login details to Day 1, "The World of BOINC", on Wednesday, April 14 several hours ago, so they are being sent out now. There's still time to Register for this free event.
6) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Virtual Boinc Workshop (Message 101169)
Posted 8 Apr 2021 by Profile Contact
Post:

Please join us for the 2021 BOINC Workshop (this year, online), the annual showcase for research enabled by BOINC, and an open forum to discuss the technology and community.
Three Wednesdays in April: 14, 21, 28. Learn more and register at boincworkshop.org

Learn, Discover, Participate, Build: BOINC Workshop 2021
3 Wednesdays in April: 14, 21, 28
09:00 PST / 11:00 CST / 12:00 EST / 17:00 GMT / 18:00 CET / 19:00 EET - 3 hrs
FREE + ONLINE

BOINC (Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing) is an open-source software — and community — that enables volunteers to donate spare processing power from their PCs, laptops, and phones, to power vital scientific and medical research.

Aggregated, these resources enable cutting edge research across mathematics, biology, physics, quantum chemistry, climate prediction and more.

The BOINC Workshop is comprised of three sessions. The first will showcase projects that using BOINC, highlighting the role of citizen participation in advancing scientific research. The second is a forum for BOINC projects to discuss the technology, their accomplishments in the past year, and technical needs moving forward. The third is an open-ended community discussion.

Who should attend?
The BOINC Workshop is for anyone interested in harnessing science, technology, and online community to advance knowledge and effect change.

(*Part of the workshop, “Tech Talks” and “Tutorials” will be focused on people running, or interested in running, BOINC projects.)

Where is the Event? How do I participate? Where do I sign up?
This year’s workshop will be online, via Zoom. Please register to get the event URL.


I’d like to present, who do I contact?
If you’d like to speak on any BOINC-related topic (science, technology, community), please register or contact us.

Can I watch a recording later?
We’ll be posting highlights to YouTube - but to participate in Q&A, and other interactive elements of the workshop, it’s best to join us live :)


BOINC Workshop 2019 presentations
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLblxpyGay1Q6RFaSh99-83TVc0zb8J76c

📣 There have been recent updates to the BOINC Workshop website.
Go ahead and register if you haven't already. boincworkshop.org/register

https://www.boincworkshop.org/schedule wrote:
Schedule
The World of BOINC. April 14.
Come join the annual showcase of research projects using BOINC, and see what crowd-powered research is making possible today.

09:00 PDT / 11:00 CDT / 12:00 EDT / 17:00 BST+IST / 18:00 CEST / 19:00 EEST

Est program duration: 3 hours

START Matt Blumberg Welcome + the day’s agenda

00:10 David Anderson BOINC Initiatives

00:40 Marcus Belcastro Review of active BOINC projects

00:55 Rytis Slatkevičius The Science Cloud

01:10 Bruce Allen Einstein@Home

01:25 Nils Høimyr LHC@home

01:40 David Wollom ClimatePrediction.net

01:55 Juan Hindo World Community Grid: COVID Research

02:10 John Clemens MachineLearning@home (MLC@home)

02:25. Ritu Arora TACC@home: COVID Research

02:40 Matt Blumberg Find.Bio + Charity Engine

02:55 Matt Blumberg Wrap up + look forward to next week

Tech Talks. April 21.
If you’re running a BOINC project, please join us to discuss technical aspects of your project: accomplishments, goals, and needs.

09:00 PDT / 11:00 CDT / 12:00 EDT / 17:00 BST+IST / 18:00 CEST / 19:00 EEST

Est program duration: 3 hours

START Matt Blumberg Welcome + the day’s agenda

00:10 Medha Atre Eydle AI

00:25 Mohanty Sharada AICrowd

00:40 Panel: "Issues for AI on Volunteer Computing"

01:10 Ritu Arora TACC@home

01:25 Andy Bowery CPDN

01:40 Vitalii Koshura BOINC Andriod

01:55 Nils Høimyr LHC@Home

02:10 Rytis Slatkevičius + Tristan Olive Charity Engine

02:25 David Anderson BOINC Development: Past year + draft roadmap

02:55 Matt Blumberg Wrap up + look forward to next week

https://www.boincworkshop.org/speakers wrote:
Speakers
David Anderson
BOINC, Science United

Nils Høimyr
LHC@Home (CERN)

Juan Hindo
World Community Grid (IBM)

Ritu Arora
TACC@home (Texas Advanced Computing Center )

Rytis Slatkevicius
The Science Cloud, Charity Engine, Find.Bio, PrimeGrid

Medha Atre
Eydle AI

Ashwini Rao
Eydle AI

Bruce Allen
Einstein@home (Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics), BOINC PMC

Matt Blumberg
Charity Engine, Find.Bio, GridRepublic, BOINC PMC

David Wollom
ClimatePrediction.net (Oxford University)

John Clemens
MLC@home (University of Maryland)

Marcus Belcastro
BOINC Radio

Mohanty Sharada
AICrowd

Keith Uplinger
World Community Grid (IBM), BOINC PMC

Andy Bowery
ClimatePrediction.net (Oxford University)

Tristan Olive
Charity Engine, Find.Bio

7) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : What's playing on the stereo? (Message 55944)
Posted 22 Sep 2008 by Profile Contact
Post:
On Thursday, September 18, 2008, I heard this beautiful Richard Wright Tribute on the radio:
Tribute to Richard Wright

David Marsden wrote:
marsdenglobal.com
Topic: THE MARSDEN THEATRE TRIBUTE
Conf: The NEWS
From: Marsden
Date: September 21, 2008 01:04 AM

I rarely post any of the mixes from my show, however the e-mail demands and requests are at an all time high to hear it again.

Since the days before Dark Side Of The Moon I have always been a major Pink Floyd fan. And indeed, had the great pleasure to chat with each of them many times and to introduce them at several major concerts.

Pink Floyd will never appear together in concert again. For me, I think that may be best. It would be nearly impossible for them to live up to the enormous expectations of the fans.

I consider myself extremely fortunate to have been able to see Pink Floyd live about 7 times in various cities.
8) Message boards : Number crunching : A question to the BOINC community... (Message 849)
Posted 1 Oct 2005 by Profile Contact
Post:
What I wanted to ask is how do others handle these sorts of situations?

Try to fix what’s broke :)

What is the appropriate etiquette required to tell folks to bug off?

That's a good start!
I can see this as a serious problem for many top users in all BOINC projects.
This may deserve an addition to BOINC Rules and Policies page.
Something to effect of personal e-mail solicitation between participants is discouraged.







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