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Re: Proposal: Fedora@Home Project



That's great to hear. Condor has been heavily used in a variety of research applications, so this would be a good fit.

Bryan

Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay wrote:
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Matthew Farrellee wrote:

| The software is already packaged for F9. Initially, there is work to be
| done along the lines of easily enabling the client side for users. Long
| term, there is work to be done for handling NATs/firewalls, trusting
| results, and scaling up to the aforementioned "million+" node open grid.

This is good news. On the fedora-devel list Debarshi pointed out to
BOINC as well. If there was one single reason this is interesting for me
is that there has for long been a sort of "underground" Fedora consumers
cult doing work around Bioinformatics, Gene Sequencing and the like in
India. The research work might not be in the open, but there is a ready
community waiting to be tapped




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