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Version 7.14.2 of the BOINC client for Windows and Mac has been released. Release notes are here.

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DBN Upper Bound is a new project doing research involving the Riemann zeta function and the Reimann hypothesis.

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The BOINC message boards are now in boinc.berkeley.edu/ rather than boinc.berkeley.edu/dev/. This means, among other things, that when you select a language, it applies to both front page and message boards. Also, the front page now presents the option of participating using Science United. Current volunteers should consider doing this. By making it easier for new projects to get volunteers, SU will encourage the creation of new BOINC projects.

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CRUNCHERS SANS FRONTIERES is sponsoring THOR Challenge 2018, a team crunching competition to benefit IBM World Community Grid. It will take place from September 24 to November 11, 2018.

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ABC@home will be down for a few hours (at least) while we migrate to a new machine/setup.

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ABC@home may (again) be unavailable for some periods over the next few days.

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Due to planned maintenance work on the university network, ABC@home will probably be unavailable from 17:00 UTC today until around 07:00 UTC tomorrow.

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We've reached another milestone in our search; while we verify the data and prepare for future work, there will be far fewer workunits available. Thanks for all the support so far, and we look forward to having more work available soon!

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We've encountered a problem with our feed of new work units, so there's no new work available right now. Sorry! We're working on fixing it.

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A quick update: A lot of spam profiles were removed in the last few days, do complain if we removed any legitimate ones by mistake! Also, preliminary data for all triples with c no more than 10^18 has been available from our data page for a while now, although it is (of course) still preliminary at this point. Many thanks to our dedicated users, and we've now moved onward to further reaches of the search space!

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