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The BBC CCE project is being shut down
« on: August 02, 2009, 06:57:06 AM »

n July 27 Ian Hay posted on the CPDN forum News threads:

BBC Climate Change Experiment

The BBC CCE project is being shut down. All models which are still running
will be sent a killer trickle next time they send a message to the scheduler
and you should not attempt to restore from backup. The scheduler and upload
servers will be disabled at the end of this week and you will not be able to
return any more trickles or upload files after that happens.

The results which have been returned will be used as part of a submission to
the IPCC AR5 (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Fifth Assessment
Report). Carl Christensen is working part-time for CPDN on this and is
adapting the model to collect some further data for the submission. This
will be released on the main CPDN project.

Any BBC CCE users who have yet to sign up for the main project should follow
the instructions at .

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