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Guru
23rd August 2000, 11:11
What is your curent pos. in your home country? I'm @#286 and JJc is @#228!

Guru

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box
23rd August 2000, 11:27
I'm at number 223 in Denmark, and number 188 in the .dk domain. And (searching for a higher position) I'm number 14 in the .tele.dk subdomain.

MegaManX4
23rd August 2000, 13:04
I'm on pos 309 in Germany, which is a little harder to achieve than this pos is denmark http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/wink.gif

Mega

Edit: In the yahoo.de Subdomain I'm Nr. 2!
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breezer
23rd August 2000, 13:40
Here goes..........

8111 units
overall - 1314
murc - 1
United Kingdom - 55
.uk - 28
.ac.uk - 15
mycollege.ac.uk - 60 (??? this is wrong it is only registering 5000 units)
at home - 312 (most of mu units are from work)

Guru
23rd August 2000, 13:49
What is a subdomain? And breezer since you are our #1 cruncher post your thoughts here! http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/Forum12/HTML/000223.html

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Pace
23rd August 2000, 15:55
406 units:

Overall: 90,170th place (top 4%! http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/wink.gif)
MURC : 109th
UK: >1000 http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/frown.gif
.uk: ?
.co.uk: ?
freeserve.co.uk: ? (an ISP I use)
At home: ?

Could maybe do with a few more units before I get on all these pages!

Although - a few I can't actually click on anything to view it - are you quoting personal positions or the leeds.ac.uk position breezer?

Paul.

Edit: A sub domain is just a division of a main domain name: seti.matroxusers.com and forums.murc.ws are subdomain names of matroxusers.com; so freeserve.co.uk is part of .co.uk which is part of .uk - though I don't know what position I am in these.

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Kruse
23rd August 2000, 16:21
OK. Here goes:

1778 WUs
#198 in Denmark
#164 in .dk
#8 in .get2net.dk

...and I want to get higher!!!

Ees
23rd August 2000, 23:48
7560 WUs
#1491 overall
#46 Netherlands
#146 .net
#2 casema.net

Martin

Mark F
24th August 2000, 00:17
Well I'm quickly aproching #5000 overall.
I'm #9 for my domain.
Nothing else shows up (exept how many people can't spell 'worldnet' http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif); just too many people running SETI here in the US http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/frown.gif.

MArk F.

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paulcs
25th August 2000, 15:27
I doubt I'd even show up in my home state, much less the US. Four of the top five users are within driving distance of my house.

In the UK, I would be tied for number 282 (with someone named Steve Waistcoat). In Finland, I would be 94. In France, 115. In Tajikistan, I would be a strong number 1. In Bahrain, only number 2. In Viet Nam, number 3.

Paul
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Rattledagger
25th August 2000, 17:58
My standings is:
WU: 1.145
Overall: 25.839
Murc: 50 (and dropping)
Norway: 232
domain: 282 http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif

paulcs
25th August 2000, 19:37
While people are posting their stats, I'll post some SETI trivia:

The "hardest working" sovereign nations, as determined by CPU time per capita, are Iceland, Denmark, and Finland.

The hardest working place on the the planet, using the same criteria, is Pitcairn Island, a British territory founded by the HMS Bounty mutineers. Unless I missed something, French territories of Saint Pierre and Miquelon, off the eastern coast of Canada, are next.

(While I'm sure there's an interesting French & Indian War story as to why Saint Pierre and Miquelon are still French territories, it can't possibly be as colorful as the founding of Pitcairn Island.)

Paul
paulcs@flashcom.net

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MegaManX4
27th August 2000, 03:51
what means that "capacita" thingy? Somehow i don't understand it

Pace
27th August 2000, 05:42
"per capita" = per head of population

Paul.