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Switched to granting static credit
Posted 19 May 2011 by Drpop [BlackOps]
I also think competition is good, and just like in the free-market, the consumer (i.e. the crunchers) win. Thank you for providing another option. This project may be quite beneficial by taking a chunk of the severe ATI GPU load that was on DNETC, and both project servers will run more efficiently. Moo! and DNETC being similar, also allow for an option to crunch a similar project if one of the two suffers an extended down time.
If you keep the credits equal to or slightly higher than DNETC, (let us be honest, a new project must attract support, and slightly increased credit is an easy way to foster good will)...the crunchers will come. ;)