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Version 4.2.4 of OurGrid middleware released

Francisco Brasileiro from the Universidade Federal de Campina Grande announced that Version 4.2.4 of the OurGrid middleware has been released. This version of OurGrid has fixed some of the known bugs, including the need for re-ordering XMPP messages due to a known bug on the Openfire Jabber Server, the output of the NoF balances on the peer status command, the refactoring of the Aggregator component, and a new script and image for the installation of vserver-based workers. The community status can be viewed at http://status.ourgrid.org. The components of OurgGrid version 4.2.4 can be downloaded at http://www.ourgrid.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=44&Itemid=37&lang=pt.  You are invited to use the Mailing Lists to provide any suggestion, feedback or question concerning OurGrid use and development.

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The FP7 EDGeS project has successfully set up a production-level distributed computing infrastructure (DCI) consisting of more than 100.000 PCs from several volunteer and low-cost Desktop Grids, which have been connected to existing Service Grids (including EGEE, SEE-GRID, etc. with about 150.000 processors) based on the new 3G Bridge technology and application development methodology. The main aim of the DEGISCO project is the further extension of the European DCI infrastructure that is already interconnected by EDGeS to International Cooperation Partner Countries (ICPC) in strong collaboration with on the one hand local partners in ICPC countries and on the other hand European e-Infrastructure experts (including 3G Bridge know-how) and thus, reinforce the global relevance and impact of European distributed infrastructures. The dissemination and training activities promote via various channels such interoperation between Desktop Grid and Service Grid infrastructures on a global scale, which leads to more awareness under the general public of computational science and distributed computing co-funded by the EC. As a result more citizens, students, and companies are expected to donate resources to scientific purposes. As part of these activities the International Desktop Grid Federation is operated allowing for effective exchange of information through participation.

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DEGISCO supports the International Desktop Grid Federation. IDGF brings together Desktop Grid operators, developers, organisations and companies working with Desktop Grids and intergration with other infrastructures through EDGeS Bridge Technology.

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