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Listen to the setiQuest Podcast

We have created the first of many setiQuest podcasts. 

setiQuest member Gamegoofs recorded a conversation with SETI Software Engineer jrseti provding an overview of the various projects within setiQuest.

Visit out podcasts page to listen to our first and future setiQuest podcasts.

 

-jrseti

setiQuest Meetup on May 4th, 2011 at The SETI Institute. Our First!

Visit http://meetup.com/setiQuest/about for full details.

We are having our first meetup on May 4th, 6-8pm. It will be held at The SETI Institute located at 189 Bernardo Avenue, Mountain View, CA 94043.

Kozmo of the Cosmos

OpenSource Progress

We have been busily preparing for our upcoming release of the OpenSonATA software. (Imagine, if you will, the SETI software engineers scurrying around like Santa's elves on December 24th). We have decided to release our source code under the GPL license. One of the big hurdles we faced was fixing any licensing issues embedded in our code before we release it to the public. Luckily we received the help of Palamida (see http://palamida.com).

SonATA System Docs Updated

We have made a significant upgrade to the SonATA system documentation in the WiKi. Please have a look at:

http://setiquest.org/wiki/index.php/SonATA

The documentation is nowhere near complete, but we have a good start. Over the following weeks and months we will be adding to and tweaking the documentation.

We appreciate comments! If you find anything wrong or unclear, post on the forum. This will help us make the documentation better.

 

Good Luck!

Jon Richards

OpenSonATA Release 2.1

Our first source code release!

Now you can start to dig into the source code. Visit http://setiquest.org/oldwiki/opensonata-release-21 for documentation and download instructions.
OpenSonATA Release 2.1 includes the source code for the following software:

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