Team ownership has been transferred to admin. He will take care of things from here.
Thank you for embracing this project and good luck to the team.
Donate your spare computer cycles to medical research
There is a "Performance Boat Magazine" folding team on the Stanford folding at home site. Everyone is welcome to join the team and fly the Performance Boat Magazine colors while donating their spare computer cycles to a good cause.
Team # 98323
Changing folding teams
I'm not familiar with the Windows GUI client but here is a note from Forensic on the subject.
"I did this on a graphical client this morning. Unfortunatly, it dropped all my settings to default.
I had to reconfigure it through the options screen."
Here is a note from blown65 on the subject.
"For window, at least for the GUI install its just right click and go to configure. There is a box to change the team your on."
Note to moderator(s): I would consider it a favor if you would make this thread sticky
I created a "Performance Boat Magazine" folding team on the Stanford folding at home site. Everyone is welcome to join the team and fly the Performance Boat Magazine colors while donating their spare computer cycles to a good cause.
Team # 98323
Team statistics should come up on the following URL, although they are not available at the time I am writing this.
You will have to change your client to be in the new team. Otherwise, you will continue folding for the HotBoat team. Note that I do not own the HotBoat team. Sorry dog does. I own this team, though.
As a note to the Performance Boats Magazine guys, if you wish to take over the team, I would be happy to give you the controls.
Unfortunately, I don't know how to do that. I've never installed the Windows client. Perhaps Nokomis, 572Daytona, Forensic, sorry dog, or someone else would consider changing their team and reporting back with the procedure to make it happen.
Worse still, with the computing power you have I will be miles behind you 5 minutes after you join. Never again will I be near the top.
Oh well, these two machines of mine will continue doing what they can.
By the way, I'm interested in breast research too.
Tom, I this might be something we would be interested in taking over, however I don't see any reason why you should not continue to run it. I had a couple other ideas to run by you as well when things quite down a little more for me.
If I get a chance later today I will set a couple of the computers I have here up on the team.
--- Separate note:
Froggystyle, is that blade server of mine still sitting in the side office at Trident? That would make a hell of a cancer fighting tool. Too bad it makes more noise than a 747 at takeoff.