What's happening?
Updated: 4 Dec 2005

The classic SETI@home process that wmseti and wmufo are used to monitor is now dead and have been replaced by a SETI@home BOINC client. Until such time as I am able to update the dock apps to monitor BOINC, only wmufo is useful as eye candy.

Wmseti : Info Wmseti : Info Two Wmseti : Alien Face Wmseti : Alien Face Two


For monitoring and the control of upto 10 SETI@home processes.
old files
Updated: 27 Feb 2003

For monitoring and the control of upto 10 SETI@home processes. It can display various statistics and can pause/continue or kill/run the program. It can be compiled with or without graphics showing alien faces coming out of the shadows as the workunit progresses, with a progress bar that is green for running, yellow for paused, and red when not running.

Statistics for display are;

Controls available;

Wmufo : Frame Animation Wmufo : Frame Animation 2


Extra eye candy included.
old files
Updated: 4 Dec 2005

This is wmseti on steroids! This application contains the same statistic display as wmseti but with animation instead of alien faces. Imagine the above snapshots with a flowing starfield, a spinning saucer UFO and various alpha blended glowing ball UFOs travelling back and forth across the window.

The sprite routine is developed from wmfishtime which is a dock app with swimming fish, an anti-aliased analog clock, and alpha blended bubbles. While providing fluid animation the routine does not use up cpu time - less than other dock apps using the wmgeneral library. More is less!

SETI@Home SourceForge


Project information.
project page
cvs repository
Anybody out there?

The author who originally created wmseti was Paul Lemmons. It is currently maintained by Alan Swanson and Dan Scott.

For another SETI@Home dock app monitor see wmsetimon, and check Freshmeat for other programs.

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