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Message 10677 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 17:22:01 UTC - in response to Message 10666.  
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Message 10678 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 17:37:13 UTC - in response to Message 10677.  

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Message 10680 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 17:47:28 UTC - in response to Message 10678.  
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Message 10691 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 19:02:20 UTC - in response to Message 10671.  

shenanigans like running test apps in the production environment


I keep mentioning that and Travis shoots it down. Especially after the heck he gave everybody and then made the last opti apps useless, then put out ~10 apps in a week which half never worked. It's always one sided, with some excuse.


...and I keep mentioning that I'm an application developer / programmer and am now training to be a system admin...and that what's being done is what is normally done when a project is ALPHA. The difference is that the general public usually does not see this process. If you didn't know this is typical of what happens, then you're now informed... ;-)

Like I said before, if the changes are an irritant, then you should wait for the project to enter beta testing, which at that point there should be fewer releases.
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Message 10696 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 19:16:39 UTC - in response to Message 10691.  

[quote] shenanigans like running test apps in the production environment


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Like I said before, if the changes are an irritant, then you should wait for the project to enter beta testing, which at that point there should be fewer releases.

I think you meant to say 'wait for the project to exit beta testing'....
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Message 10697 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 19:17:37 UTC - in response to Message 10696.  

[quote] shenanigans like running test apps in the production environment


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Like I said before, if the changes are an irritant, then you should wait for the project to enter beta testing, which at that point there should be fewer releases.

I think you meant to say 'wait for the project to exit beta testing'....


Actually, we're not in beta yet. The project is still in the alpha stage. Probably getting close to beta, but not there quite yet.
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Message 10698 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 19:20:12 UTC - in response to Message 10691.  

shenanigans like running test apps in the production environment


I keep mentioning that and Travis shoots it down. Especially after the heck he gave everybody and then made the last opti apps useless, then put out ~10 apps in a week which half never worked. It's always one sided, with some excuse.


...and I keep mentioning that I'm an application developer / programmer and am now training to be a system admin...and that what's being done is what is normally done when a project is ALPHA. The difference is that the general public usually does not see this process. If you didn't know this is typical of what happens, then you're now informed... ;-)

Like I said before, if the changes are an irritant, then you should wait for the project to enter beta testing, which at that point there should be fewer releases.


I know how it goes. I did Nano when it started. But to tell the users to test and not do it yourself is wrong, or not to issue them as 'test' runs. I wonder sometimes how well the staff knows how to write the coding. I think it is rushed sometimes and not double checked, nor tested which leads to mass failures.
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Message 10702 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 19:35:59 UTC - in response to Message 10698.  

shenanigans like running test apps in the production environment


I keep mentioning that and Travis shoots it down. Especially after the heck he gave everybody and then made the last opti apps useless, then put out ~10 apps in a week which half never worked. It's always one sided, with some excuse.


...and I keep mentioning that I'm an application developer / programmer and am now training to be a system admin...and that what's being done is what is normally done when a project is ALPHA. The difference is that the general public usually does not see this process. If you didn't know this is typical of what happens, then you're now informed... ;-)

Like I said before, if the changes are an irritant, then you should wait for the project to enter beta testing, which at that point there should be fewer releases.


I know how it goes. I did Nano when it started. But to tell the users to test and not do it yourself is wrong, or not to issue them as 'test' runs. I wonder sometimes how well the staff knows how to write the coding. I think it is rushed sometimes and not double checked, nor tested which leads to mass failures.


Well, I've had the v0.18 source code out there for awhile now, giving people a chance to look it over and do some testing. I'm expecting that when we do update the stock app to v0.18 it should be pretty smooth. Not that many people are running the stock app :P
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Message 10704 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 19:38:18 UTC - in response to Message 10702.  

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Well, I've had the v0.18 source code out there for awhile now, giving people a chance to look it over and do some testing. I'm expecting that when we do update the stock app to v0.18 it should be pretty smooth. Not that many people are running the stock app :P

So what's gonna happen when you go 'live'?
Gonna pull a Seti and stop sending work?

LOL....just had to ask.
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Message 10706 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 19:40:18 UTC - in response to Message 10704.  

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Well, I've had the v0.18 source code out there for awhile now, giving people a chance to look it over and do some testing. I'm expecting that when we do update the stock app to v0.18 it should be pretty smooth. Not that many people are running the stock app :P

So what's gonna happen when you go 'live'?
Gonna pull a Seti and stop sending work?

LOL....just had to ask.


I forsee a CRAS* happening, but not gonna say it. :P
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Message 10707 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 19:42:49 UTC - in response to Message 10706.  

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Well, I've had the v0.18 source code out there for awhile now, giving people a chance to look it over and do some testing. I'm expecting that when we do update the stock app to v0.18 it should be pretty smooth. Not that many people are running the stock app :P

So what's gonna happen when you go 'live'?
Gonna pull a Seti and stop sending work?

LOL....just had to ask.


I forsee a CRAS* happening, but not gonna say it. :P


welp i start loading some other work now :P :P

so my pitt bulls dont run dry :P :P
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Message 10708 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 19:45:08 UTC - in response to Message 10706.  

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Well, I've had the v0.18 source code out there for awhile now, giving people a chance to look it over and do some testing. I'm expecting that when we do update the stock app to v0.18 it should be pretty smooth. Not that many people are running the stock app :P

So what's gonna happen when you go 'live'?
Gonna pull a Seti and stop sending work?

LOL....just had to ask.


I forsee a CRAS* happening, but not gonna say it. :P

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Message 10709 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 19:46:07 UTC - in response to Message 10707.  

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Well, I've had the v0.18 source code out there for awhile now, giving people a chance to look it over and do some testing. I'm expecting that when we do update the stock app to v0.18 it should be pretty smooth. Not that many people are running the stock app :P

So what's gonna happen when you go 'live'?
Gonna pull a Seti and stop sending work?

LOL....just had to ask.


I forsee a CRAS* happening, but not gonna say it. :P


welp i start loading some other work now :P :P

so my pitt bulls dont run dry :P :P

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Message 10712 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 20:17:58 UTC - in response to Message 10702.  

Well, I've had the v0.18 source code out there for awhile now, giving people a chance to look it over and do some testing. I'm expecting that when we do update the stock app to v0.18 it should be pretty smooth. Not that many people are running the stock app :P


A while??? That was yesterday when we got the first compilable and testable version. ;)

Anyway, the Linux v18 is out for testing in the Application Code Discussion Forum

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Message 10713 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 20:18:20 UTC - in response to Message 10709.  

LOL!! "pull a seti..." too funny!

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Message 10716 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 20:23:48 UTC - in response to Message 10712.  

Well, I've had the v0.18 source code out there for awhile now, giving people a chance to look it over and do some testing. I'm expecting that when we do update the stock app to v0.18 it should be pretty smooth. Not that many people are running the stock app :P


A while??? That was yesterday when we got the first compilable and testable version. ;)

Anyway, the Linux v18 is out for testing in the Application Code Discussion Forum


Well, the newest version of the code has only been out a day, but I haven't updated the stock app yet now have i? :)
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Message 10717 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 20:25:48 UTC - in response to Message 10713.  
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LOL!! "pull a seti..." too funny!



Well, they are (or were) the 'golden standard' for this whole Boinc thingy............and when they go down, as they have often as of late, it kinda makes us all think about the way Boinc was designed to operate.......don't ask, don't tell....LOL.



So I think I may have coined a new phrase.......'to pull a Seti'.
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Message 10718 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 20:31:37 UTC - in response to Message 10716.  

Well, I've had the v0.18 source code out there for awhile now, giving people a chance to look it over and do some testing. I'm expecting that when we do update the stock app to v0.18 it should be pretty smooth. Not that many people are running the stock app :P


A while??? That was yesterday when we got the first compilable and testable version. ;)

Anyway, the Linux v18 is out for testing in the Application Code Discussion Forum


Well, the newest version of the code has only been out a day, but I haven't updated the stock app yet now have i? :)


No... but did you have time to look at the results?
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Message 10719 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 20:31:42 UTC - in response to Message 10717.  

So I think I may have coined a new phrase.......'to pull a Seti'.


Not sure yet if it sounds right... :P
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Message 10720 - Posted: 14 Feb 2009, 20:42:24 UTC - in response to Message 10702.  

Not that many people are running the stock app :P


Sure there are....they just don't frequent these forums like the rest of us psychos ;>)
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