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[3:15 PM]
Team Mac Observer Swells To 138 Members, Cracks The Top 100 SETI@home Clubs!
Our story on Solaris Overtaking the MacOS in the overall platform results in the SETI@home project really woke a lot of Mac users up! If you need more information on the SETI@home project, check out our About page. Team Mac Observer grew by over 30% yesterday and we now have 138 team members! In addition, we have joined the tanks of the Top 100 Club Teams, debuting at number 88 with 1,090 work units processed!

A special welcome to Dan Shockley at UPenn who joined us with 92 work units processed! Welcome aboard Dan!

One unfortunate aspect of growing to over 100 members is that we no longer can list all the Team Members on the Roster page. SETI@home only gives us the Top 100 members in our Team, and so that's all we have to list. If we can find a way to list everyone again, we will.

Also, our Team average continues to improve as we now average 21 hours and 95 minutes. Well above the Mac platform average of over 27 hours, and in a different league from the Windows platform average of over 47 hours.

Still need your help to keep the Solaris fans in their proper place at number 3 though! Join the SETI@home project and then sign up for Team Mac Observer!

Team Mac Observer



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