AnnouncementApr.28, 2013: Cluster is down pending IPAC-CO2 wind-down
IPAC-CO2 is winding down and we're waiting for asset disposal instructions. The cluster has been shutdown.Mar.16, 2013: Commons back up
The Commons move was finished early, and is back up. Many thanks to Kevin Pare at KSP Technology for carrying out a seamless move, and to Roger Curry (Senior Developer) for his support.
NewsMay 15, 2013: NRCan Call for Proposals "Enhancing Competitiveness in a Changing Climate"
PAC-CO2 Research Inc. will cease operations as of March 31, 2013. The organization's five-year funding agreement with Royal Dutch Shell and the Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan expires at that time and will not be renewed. For details see the IPAC home page.Feb.5, 2013: IPAC-CO2 Newsletter includes Carbon Commons Article
The recent IPAC-CO2 Newsletter includes an article describing new functionality on the Commons, including Edistorm and google logins.
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