I'm not sure if this is the best place to ask, but the official folding@home forums seemed to just be full of people complaining about their client not working, so I'll put this here instead.
I'm currently working as an intern network engineer/administrator at a hospital in The Netherlands.
To me a hospital is the perfect place for a folding@home project, letting an AFK doctor's computer help cure diseases while the doctor is out curing diseases!
Since it has over 3000 clients that just sit idle a lot of the time, I want to suggest to let the machines fold when inactive.
However, the first step would be convincing the rest of the team.
To do that I'll obviously need to have some valid points but I'm not quite sure what I could say to convince them.
This is not one of the easiest things to accomplish, but if anyone could give me some feedback on what to say, or any suggestions that would be great!
It would also be nice to see if some people support this idea.
Thanks in advance.