Subject: Re: Screensaver Lifesaver
To: Ciarcinski, Adam ISS Brussels\" <ACiarcinski@iss.net>
From: Brian Hechinger <email@example.com>
Date: 04/25/2001 14:35:29
On Wed, Apr 25, 2001 at 12:36:17PM -0300, David Maxwell wrote:
> They don't appear to release source, and have only Windows binaries
> available. They also don't discuss other platforms in the FAQ.
that's such a shame. there is so much CPU power out there that is being
wasted that could go to help this worthy cause.
> Further, they don't list a contact email on their web page, though they
> do have a feedback form.
time to try it i guess.
> It probably wouldn't be a hard port. Running this would be more
> interesting to me than other distributed projects, but they would need
> to provide sources - at least to specific individuals, but preferrably
> to all interested parties.
i'd love to run this. i'm completely taken by the concept, but it's just
that SET@Home and rc5 all seem kinda pointless to me, but for once there
is a distributed project that is worth the time and effort since it serves
such a nobel and good cause. yet we are being stopped dead in our tracks
if we want to help. agrivating. [sic]