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Help MacResearch.org expand its Script Repository and you could win a
black 2GB iPod Nano. Eligible contestants must submit a research-
oriented script that can run natively (no emulators) on Mac OS X 10.3
or higher without modification before the contest end date. Scripts
for all scientific domains are welcome including scripts written for
High Performance Computing (grid, cluster, etc) setup and management.
If your script does not meet the aforementioned criteria then you
will not be eligible to win the iPod Nano. Winners will be chosen by
random drawing. The contest begins 2/8/2006 and ends 2/28/2006. The
ultimate goal of this contest, and the script repository in general,
is to create a valuable community resource that can be used to
benefit endeavors in research and education. Please don't be shy
about your coding style or lack of documentation. Your script will
make someone's life easier. MacResearch.org is the premier, non-
profit community for scientists using Mac OS X and related hardware
in their research. To learn more about MacResearch.org and the
MacResearch.org Script Repository visit http://www.macresearch.org
For official contest rules see http://www.macresearch.org/ipod_contest