Oct 292008
 

First, I’d like to thank Jason Irwin for his original SETI Stats plugin.

This rewritten WordPress plugin displays user stats compiled from the SETI@Home project site. You can display your stats with a widget or with a snippet of PHP code.

  • Member name
  • Join date
  • URL (if applicable)
  • Total credit
  • Recent average credit
  • SETI@Home Classic workunits
  • SETI@Home Classic CPU time
  • Team membership (if applicable)
  • SETI@Home site status
  • Time of last update

Download
You can download this plugin from WordPress.org.

Installation
After unzipping the download file, upload the folder “setihome-stats” into your “wp-content/plugins” directory.

Login to the WordPress Administration area, choose “Plugins” from the dashboard, find “SETI@Home Stats”, and click “Activate”.

Choose “Settings->SETI Options” from the main menu and enter your SETI@Home Account number and an interval period for refreshing locally cached stats.

You can also activate the SETI@Home Stats Widget using the sequence described above.

Usage
SETI@Home Stats uses a widget to display your stats on the sidebar.

You can display your stats anywhere on your blog using

get_seti_stats();

You can see the plugin at work on the sidebar of this blog.

Bugs
None that I know of. If you find any please let me know.