SETI@home is open source. The source code is available in several ways:
* Nightly tarballs.
* Web interface to the CVS repository.
* Access the CVS repository directly, e.g. with a command like
cvs -d :pserver:email@example.com:/home/cvs/cvsroot checkout
Steps to Reproduce:
seti client should be downloaded from the boinc client. On amd64 there's no
official build, but there are some third party executables available from here:
Since seti@home can be built from source, it'll be great having it in portage.
closing, I've not seen the update.