I'd post this in one of the F@H "official" forums, but I don't have an ID yet. Will set one up if I decide to keep folding after Frankie.
So what is the numbering convention in parenthesis that comes after the project number?
For example, I've got one running right now for 7808(6,32,27) on my i7 laptop; set to wrap up in about 8 hours. Originally had a 1.2 day estimate, I lost a few hours when the laptop went to sleep while I was at work yesterday. This piece of work seems to be a big one, with a 7,000-ish point bonus for beating the timeout. Barring any unforeseen problems, that machine will easily finish in plenty of time.
So what does the 6,32,27 part mean? Do any of those numbers indicate the amount of processing/resources that might be expected?