After many years of inactivity, I have decided to revive Team Budoseek on SETI@home. Why? Well I was thinking that in the 4 years since the team was active, most of our members are running PCs with at least two processor cores (or more in some of our cases!), gobs of memory, and broadband internet connections. With that going for us, we could quickly build a heck of a team on SETI@home, do our part of science and have a little fun at the same time.
So if you would like to join our team, here's what you need to do.
2. As part of the installation process, you will be asked to choose a project. You will scroll down a list, and when you find SETI@home, please click that. You will also create an account, but if you previously were running SETI@home, you can recover your old work units and credits. You can go here to find information as to whether you may be able to recover your old account. http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/sah_classic.php
3. You should be up and running by this time. Now it's time to join Team Budoseek. You will need to log on to your newly created account at the SETI@home home page (see link above in #1). Once you have done so, go to http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/team.php. Just type in Budoseek into the form field labeled "Key Words" and then click the search button.
4. You will not be shown a search result page and at the top will be a list of Teams that would be keyed to the term Budoseek. Well, there is only one. So click the link that says Budoseek and from there you will find a link that lets you join our team.
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