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03.Jul.2000
Thomas Tavoly per eMail


The Amiga RC5 Team effort client programs have been updated
Das RC5 Team Amiga stellt einen neuen, schnelleren RC5-Client zur Verfügung:

Return-Path: rc5@amiga.cistron.nl (Thomas Tavoly)
Date: Mon, 3 Jul 2000 02:46:19 MET
Subject: PR: The Amiga RC5 Team effort client programs have been updated

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 2nd 2000

The Amiga RC5 Team effort client programs have been updated


The Amiga RC5 Team effort's continued involvement in the Distributed Net
RC5 challenge (and others) is now, after a long silence in development,
bolstered by updated client programs that are again state of the art.

The new clients support RC5 encryption searching as before, but with
improved speed and features, plus distributed calculation of Optimal Golomb
Rulers or OGR for short. OGR is a mathematical algorithm useful for amongst
others engineering tasks. There are now also separate native clients for
68k (including 68000) AmigaOS, WarpOS and PowerUp. The GUI frontend Myzar
has been updated as well to cater for the new clients.

Apart from the updates, the development team has been extended with several
volunteer members to allow for more timely updates and continued support for
the future.

The Distributed.Net/RC5-64 challenge has searched about 27% of the
keyspace up until now and the rate is still increasing by bounds. The Amiga
team is a top 10 ranked team out of almost ten thousand teams with a total
of over 250,000 participants. Our cooperative effort still accounts for
more than one percent of the daily work being done.

The Amiga RC5 Team effort focuses on bringing exposure to the Amiga and
the community spirit and strives to achieve this by ranking high in
distributed computing projects such as the RC5 challenge, using otherwise
idle computing power only. This effort is also aimed at highlighting
privacy and security issues on the Internet and possibly changing outdated
encryption policies.

We need your help to achieve above goals and show the world the
Amiga is not dead, in spite of a total lack of support from parent
companies over the past, well, millennium.

Everyone is cordially invited to join, with any kind of machine, though
one Amiga at least is appreciated. For a full explanation of what the
effort is about, where we are heading, how to participate and everything
from statistics to member listings, please visit the Amiga RC5 Team effort
homepage at http://distributed.amiga.org.

The Amiga RC5 Team effort is also providing a mailinglist as a forum for
the discussion on above topics and the effort in general.


Sincerely,

Amiga RC5 Team effort coordinator
Thomas Tavoly - rc5@amiga.cistron.nl

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