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Re: AMSAT presence on SETI@home



Mark and Tom.  Many thanks for the information regarding the
transfer to AMSAT within setiathome.  Tom, no need to reply
as the transfer was done successfully.  73 all  Cliff K7RR

"Dr Thomas A Clark (W3IWI)" wrote:
> 
> Mark, N8MH and others asked
> 
> > Can I move my units from one group to another?  Or do I lose them/start over?
> 
> The answer to your question is seen at the AMSAT group URL:
> 
> http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/cgi-bin/cgi?cmd=team_lookup&name=amsat
> 
> and then click on the JOIN item. Under JOIN you will see their "rules":
> 
> - If this is the first group you have ever joined then all of your
>    current credit will be given to this group, in addition to all
>    new credit you receive.
> - If you are currently a member of a group and are switching to another
>    group, the new group will receive all of your new credit, but the
>    old group will keep all of your old credit.
> - Joining a group does not affect your personal credit statistics in any
> way.
> 
> So please join in.
> 
> I'm amazed that in less than 24 hours since I posted my initial notice,
> we now have 29 people contributing. A total of 11191 work units are on
> the books. The "Top Gun" is Bob McGwier, N4HY. The individual totals add
> up to about 29000 units, so it appears that the 11191 unit total
> represents only "fresh" units and that a number of folks transferred in
> from other groups.
> 
> 73, Tom
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