|T O P I C R E V I E W
||Posted - 17/01/2014 : 00:25:05
Cactus / cacti.
|10 L A T E S T R E P L I E S (Newest First)
||Posted - 24/01/2014 : 02:50:59
Holey moley! Thanks!! BRB, lol!
||Posted - 23/01/2014 : 12:26:40
What a bunch of pricks! ...
This week: 6 entrants and 6 voters.
In third place, with no points () ...
In second place, with 7 points each (232) ...
A prickly pair ...
Cheese_Ed and lemmycaution !!
And in first place, with 14 points (23333) ...
He uses peyote for medicinal purposes only ...
He survived the drought, Mguy wins again!
Sorry to be a stickler, but we need a new theme soon!
||Posted - 23/01/2014 : 00:59:10
I sent a prickly ballot to Cheese Ed.
||Posted - 22/01/2014 : 21:58:06
Ouch ... I ... ow, ow ... voted.. oooya Ouch!
||Posted - 22/01/2014 : 20:12:29
Got needled into voting.
||Posted - 19/01/2014 : 16:32:56
||Posted - 17/01/2014 : 15:41:05
Don't touch this one.
||Posted - 17/01/2014 : 13:00:02
||Posted - 17/01/2014 : 11:29:00
"To handle data gathering, you can feed cacti the paths to any external script/command along with any data that the user will need to "fill in", cacti will then gather this data in a cron-job and populate a MySQL database/the round robin archives." From the The Cacti Group, Inc. website.
I wish I knew what the fuck this means!
||Posted - 17/01/2014 : 01:35:07
CACTUS (Converted Atmospheric Cherenkov Telescope Using Solar-2) was a ground based Air Cherenkov Telescope (ACT) located outside Daggett, California, near Barstow. It was originally a solar power plant called Solar Two, but was converted to an observatory starting in 2001. The first astronomical observations started in the fall of 2004. However, the facility had its last observing runs in November 2005 as funds for observational operations from the National Science Foundation were no longer available. The facility was operated by the University of California, Davis but owned by Southern California Edison. It was demolished in 2009.