Across-projects Team

hoarfrost
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Topic 188872

We want that our team participate in several BOINC-projects.
Creation a team with same name in each project is necessary for us or not? How necessary to make an "across-projects team"?

Mike
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Across-projects Team

Hi

If you create a team you get a team id.
Its only cosmetic but should the same on other projects.
You will allways be identified with team id.
Look around different stats pages.

greetz Mike

Bruno G. Olsen & ESEA @ greenholt
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If you use the same name on

If you use the same name on all projects the team will be "identified" as being the same team at stats sites like boincstats.com - unfortunately there aren't any cross-project id's for teams (yet, anyway).

hoarfrost
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> Hi > > If you create a

Message 10070 in response to message 10068

> Hi
>
> If you create a team you get a team id.
> Its only cosmetic but should the same on other projects.
> You will allways be identified with team id.
> Look around different stats pages.
>
> greetz Mike

Hi Mike! :)

For example - if I get a start in SETI@home, I will be identified inside S@H as participant from our team, without "special actions" of joining to my team inside S@H? Or for me is necessary joining to our team (with "stable ID" :)) in each project?

And other question - in URL of our Einstein@Home team we have a "teamid=1453" (http://einstein.phys.uwm.edu/team_display.php?teamid=1453). Your spoke about this ID?

Thank you. :)

hoarfrost
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> If you use the same name on

Message 10071 in response to message 10069

> If you use the same name on all projects the team will be "identified" as
> being the same team at stats sites like boincstats.com - unfortunately there
> aren't any cross-project id's for teams (yet, anyway).

Consequently, we must create a teams with equivalent names in each project?

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Yep...like The Final

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Many people can, What would you like to know?

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hoarfrost
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Hi!

Of course. :)

Paul D. Buck
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Sure ... And you can do it

Sure ...

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Most of the common questions are answered there ...

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> > If you use the same name

Message 10077 in response to message 10071

> > If you use the same name on all projects the team will be "identified"
> as
> > being the same team at stats sites like boincstats.com - unfortunately
> there
> > aren't any cross-project id's for teams (yet, anyway).
>
> Consequently, we must create a teams with equivalent names in each project?

yes. And users in your team must join your team at all the projects they want to participate in, meaning a member of your seti team is not automatically a member of your einstein team.

Makes things a bit more diffecult to manage for cross-project teams - depending on what you want to do it may call for alternate solutions. Like in my team, where I have some stats and other things on the team web site - I "have to" differ between fullblown members and not fullblown members. Fullblown members are those who are a member of the team at alle the projects they participate in, and not fullblown members are either not a member of a team or member of another team at some or even all projects they participate in.

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