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Pirates@Home is a test of BOINC, the Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing. One goal of the project is to help develop a screensaver for Einstein@Home. At present Pirates@Home is not doing any real scientific computation. We are just having fun with BOINC. You can read more about Pirates@Home Research Goals here.

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    Arrgh Mates! I be a human from Canada. "I am proud to be a human being.I believe we have come this far by the skin of our teeth, but that we will...

    Pirates@Home is always under development, so please don't expect it to work all the time. In fact, right now we have very little work, just occasional tests.


    17 January 2005
    A prototype of an installation script for MacOS X is now available from the 'Download BOINC core client' page, and feedback and suggestions are welcomed.

    31 December 2004
    The Pirates@Home web site has been upgraded to BOINC version 4.57, and work is being given out for scroll 4.60 compiled with BOINC 4.57. Happy New Year to all BOINC users.

    21 November 2004
    Some work is being let out, just to test screensaver improvements.

    10 November 2004
    Image upload is now working for profiles and forum avatars.

    9 November 2004
    The problem with the forums has been found and fixed.


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