- AMDUsers.Com is a distributed computing projects portal for AMD CPU users. It has project links, news, and a discussion forum.
- bottomquark, which hosts "Science and Technology News and Discussion", has a section devoted to distributed computing, with Good/Fair/Poor subjective ratings of the major projects.
- DCers.com is a community site for distributed computing project members and others interested in distributed computing. It has news, discussion forums, polls, pictures of custom-built distributed computing systems, and many other features.
- Distributed computing is a page written in Finnish and English with information and links for distributed computing projects.
- Distributed Computing is a page written in Russian. An English translation is available.
- a distributed computing links site written in Japanese.
- a distributed computing links site written in Chinese (it is also available in English and other languages). The site has a Chinese-language discussion forum.
- Distributed computing on the Internet is a French site with information and links for distributed computing projects. The site is also available in English.
- DistributedProjects.com has news links, reviews, and a distributed projects discussion forum.
- Masonic Grid / Distributed Computing, based in Australia, has information geared toward Freemasons about distributed computing, and links to distributed computing projects which Freemasons might be interested in participating in.
- Grid Computing Info Centre contains news, information, and links for grid computing development projects and applications. It is based in Australia.
- Grid Computing Planet covers commercial distributed and grid computing projects and organizations.
- HardcoreLinux has a Distributed Computing Projects page for Linux users.
- The Intel® Philanthropic Peer-to-Peer Program contains information and links for distributed computing projects for which Intel is a sponsor.
- Ken Becker has a comprehensive distributed computing projects site, with detailed reviews and ratings of each project (last updated December, 2000).
- mersenne.org is the first site I am aware of that provided links to Internet-based distributed computing projects.
- Mike Faunce has a concise, 1-page listing of links to distributed computing projects, development, peer-to-peer, and project review sites, plus a thorough listing of articles about the previous subjects at his distributed computing website.
- Parasitic Computing is a site about parasitic computing, a way to make networked computers unknowingly do distributed computation just through the act of communicating.
- The Patch-free-Processing website for SETI@home promotes the use of patch-free, or officially approved, client software for distributed computing projects. It also chronicles the problems SETI@Home encountered when a malicious user distributed an illegal patch to an early release of its client software, allowing users to send back bogus science results and to skew the project stats.
- a primer on distributed computing gives a good overview of distributed computing for people who are interested in starting a distributed computing project
- psio.net contains a list of distributed computing projects and in-depth reviews of those projects.
- Rechenkraft is a distributed computing links site written in German by Michael Keppler.
- ThinkQuest's distributed computing site maintains a list of
current projects (note that the list was last updated in 2000).