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Social networks

Rechenkraft.net has been available online since 2001 and has become a social network. But besides RKN there are many other social networks on the Internet. Within these networks, Rechenkraft.net members have founded groups to make others aware of Rechenkraft.net and Distributed Computing. If you are also interested in supporting the work of Rechenkraft.net e.V., you will find below some social networks with RKN participation that you are welcome to join.

Computing power participant

A voluntary list of computing power participants. There you can register and get to know other participants.

TeamSpeak Server

Address: rechenkraft.net
On the following TeamSpeak server you can meet and ask questions about distributed computing to get to know each other. Talk about the various projects and take part in guilds in the games. Other teams are also welcome to visit us there. Due to limited slots, the Teamspeak server may only be used in the long term by people who are in our club or who expect to be part of our team. We have 42 slots available. We look forward to your interest and wish you a lot of fun talking and crunching.

Facebook

Facebook has been online since 2004 and even in German since 2008.

Each member has their own profile page where they can introduce themselves and upload photos or videos. On the wall of the profile, visitors can leave publicly visible messages or notes / blogs can be published. Friends can be invited to groups and events. Facebook also has a marketplace where classified ads can be posted and viewed. A watch list keeps you informed about news, e.g. B. notifies new wall entries on the profile pages of friends. The users on Facebook are divided into university, school, workplace and regional networks. For more detailed information, it is best to follow the "external information link".

The group "Rechenkraft.net e.V." was founded by Maximilian Franckenstein (M. Franckenstein) on May 28, 2009.

There are various concepts for representation on Facebook and Rechenkraft.net is represented by a fan page, a group and as an interest.

Google+

Google+ is a social network from Google Inc. Google+ is often seen as an attempt by Google to establish itself in the field of social networks.
Computer power has a user profile there that can be added to personal circles. And a computing power community is also available.

Radio RechenCast

The podcast on all aspects of distributed computing. Information under Radio RechenCast

Syndicates

We have made information on syndicates with Rechenkaft.net participation available on the linked wiki page.

Twitter

Twitter is a social network and a mostly publicly accessible diary on the Internet (microblog, since text messages can have a maximum of 140 characters), which can be kept and updated worldwide via website, mobile phone, desktop application, widget or web browser plug-in. Twitter was introduced to the public in March 2006

The Twitter account Rechenkraft_net was opened by Erkan Yilmaz on November 29, 2009.

This account is connected to the Current Events page and thus tweets the latest news from the Rechenkraft.net Wiki.

Xing

Xing was founded in 2003 under the name OpenBC (OPEN Business Club). The term "Xing" was chosen for reasons of international marketing, so the word in Chinese means "it is possible". In English, the name can be seen as an abbreviation for Crossing, the intersection of business contacts.

Registered members enter both professional and private data in a profile. In addition to this master data, contact requests can be formulated as requests and offers. In contrast to paid membership, the free membership has very limited functionalities.

The computing power group at Xing was founded by Peter Fanghänel.

Complete listing

We are happy to answer further questions by email ([email protected]) or in the forum.