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    Re: Spatiotemporal Quality of Service (QoS): one result per user per wu, min_sendwork

    Quote Originally Posted by zombie67 View Post
    Backoff is 24 hours now.
    My Box's still Backoff to 12 Hr's ...

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    Re: Spatiotemporal Quality of Service (QoS): one result per user per wu, min_sendwork

    Odd. Maybe they changed it back, after reducing the number of tasks to 1 per user?
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    Re: Spatiotemporal Quality of Service (QoS): one result per user per wu, min_sendwork

    Mine is 12 hours also and has now dropped to one task only.

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    Re: Spatiotemporal Quality of Service (QoS): one result per user per wu, min_sendwork

    A fine lot of blackops. 1 WU . . . every 12 hours

    Wanna race

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    Re: Spatiotemporal Quality of Service (QoS): one result per user per wu, min_sendwork

    I still haven't received 1 Wu yet today ...

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    Re: Spatiotemporal Quality of Service (QoS): one result per user per wu, min_sendwork

    Free or not if you get only 1 a day project positions are pretty well set. Teams can jockey for position but not individuals. I don't like the assumption that all your boxes are in 1 location so you only need 1 box. Also my atom toys are 1/6 of my larger boxes for credits so I have to pull the little guys to make sure they are not used.

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    Re: Spatiotemporal Quality of Service (QoS): one result per user per wu, min_sendwork

    Not sure whats going on at the Project but I've picked up enough Wu's in the last few day's to go over 10k once they report, so I got a little better MM out of the Project anyway ...

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    Re: Spatiotemporal Quality of Service (QoS): one result per user per wu, min_sendwork

    That's crazy, I am struggling to reach 1k.

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    Re: Spatiotemporal Quality of Service (QoS): one result per user per wu, min_sendwork

    There's a guy from Taiwan that has put up 1700 credits today ... he just passed me and is in the 11th position.


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    Re: Spatiotemporal Quality of Service (QoS): one result per user per wu, min_sendwork

    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
    There's a guy from Taiwan that has put up 1700 credits today ... he just passed me and is in the 11th position.
    Doesn't surprize me any ...

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