Folder of the Month Hall of Fame

Discussion in 'bit-tech Folding Team' started by SuperCrazyMark, 25 Apr 2009.

  1. Christopher N. Lew

    Christopher N. Lew Folding in memory of my father

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    Congratulations to Mad_Dog_McThaw ... and I can see you as a threat!
     
  2. Taffy

    Taffy Folding for Margaret 17/3/2011 RIP

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    Well done Mad_Dog, now I know how you whizzed past me :D, congratulations :clap::clap:
     
  3. songzila

    songzila New Member

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    from me too,, well done Mad_Dog.
     
  4. johnim40

    johnim40 Well-Known Member

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    hi supercrazymark issue 83 has not got folder of the month its the chimps challenge issue
     
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  5. SuperCrazyMark

    SuperCrazyMark Putting the 'chee' in cheese

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    Hi johnim40... The "Folder of the Month" is announced in the little flyout each month. The full page each month is a previous folder of the month (or in issue 083 the chimps challenge). For example in issue 084 the folder of the month is ricardorojw13 and the "previous" folder of the month is johnim...
     
  6. johnim40

    johnim40 Well-Known Member

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    previous" folder of the month is johnim (which is me)
     
  7. 1Razor

    1Razor Living life one day at a time....

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    Yay congratulations johnim. Just got back from Hols and picked up this months mag to see you've made it!
     
  8. johnim40

    johnim40 Well-Known Member

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  9. chin913

    chin913 忍び So say we all

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    hhmm who will it be next ?
     
  10. SuperCrazyMark

    SuperCrazyMark Putting the 'chee' in cheese

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    johnim40, as you were featured as a previous folder in the mag (issue 084) but never featured as the "folder of the month" I have added you to the list in issue 084 as "featured in mag". Hope this is ok with you?
     
  11. Dave_Goodchild

    Dave_Goodchild Another CPC refugee

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    What's the chance of getting profiled even if I've been folder of the month before, as they didn't do it back then?
     
  12. Ph4ZeD

    Ph4ZeD New Member

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    I'm pretty sure that Phoencis has been folder of the month before and he got profiled :)
     
  13. gcwebbyuk

    gcwebbyuk Dib Dabbler

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    Just restarted folding after a failed attempt with a low powered PC and a laptop.

    Currently have F@H running on three Xeon X3430 servers (4-5K PPD each) , 1 X6 1090T @ 3.8GHz (6-7K PPD), 1 GTX 460 @ 1830MHz shader clock (12K PPD), and one lowly X5200+ running the standard client (200 PPD).

    I seem to be doing much better now, although not sure how much longer I can keep the 1090 / 460 combo running as it is my daily driver and it is in the bedroom, so the constant wine from the GPU is highly annoying! The three servers can sit there chunking away as they are under very little load on a daily basis, only when backups or any websites are being tested do they feel a hit. The old AMD is my VMWare test machine so most of the time it is sat doing nothing, so that will always be running.

    I did also have my homegroup server (AMD 255) running the standard client but it kept crashing and was too important to risk being down, so that is now not running. Although this was only putting out around 200-300 PPD so not a massive help.

    Otherwise I am enjoying monitoring the scoreboards daily...
     
  14. SuperCrazyMark

    SuperCrazyMark Putting the 'chee' in cheese

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    Hi All,
    I've been a it busy the last 2 months & have missed the mags. I have entered the folder of the month for December & January but dont have the PPD - If anyone has the PPD's please can they PM me?
    Thanks...
    -SuperCrazyMark

    EDIT: I now have the PPD's and have updated the page (thanks jondi_hanluc!)

    EDIT 2: Issue 089 added
     
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  15. standinwave

    standinwave Folding in memory of my mum

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    Strange that two months mags running wanted a shout out to same folks - me & another! Deja vu!
     
  16. One_Box

    One_Box Folder of the month April 2012

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    This folder of the month thing, do you have to apply for consideration or is by invitation only ... just curious.
     
  17. DocJonz

    DocJonz Another CPC refugee .....

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    It's normally been by invitation .... but seen as you've been in the Top 20 producers for a while, I'm sure they wouldn't mind if you gave them a nudge ;)
     
  18. saspro

    saspro Infrastructure Specialist

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    I'm sure you've had your name in the mag asking you to get in touch.

    Drop me a PM with your email address
     
  19. BennieboyUK

    BennieboyUK CPC Folder of the Month Sep 2011

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    Still waiting for my article to be published :(
     
  20. saspro

    saspro Infrastructure Specialist

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    You were in issue 96
     

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