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lycorn 2021-10-07 21:34

Correct, but you apparently missed my point. We have a set of expiration rules, so we should abide by them, as not following the agreed rules is worse than not having rules at all. We may be driving people away from the project by doing this sort of things. That's what I classify as "detrimental", not some time occasionally wasted on a unneeded TC.

sweety439 2021-10-17 15:58

OEIS sequence [URL="https://oeis.org/A000043"]https://oeis.org/A000043[/URL] has not been updated by adding a proven term a(48) = 57885161

kriesel 2021-10-17 16:44

[QUOTE=sweety439;590862]OEIS sequence [URL]https://oeis.org/A000043[/URL] has not been updated by adding a proven term a(48) = 57885161[/QUOTE]That's been mentioned a few times in another thread, most recently [url]https://mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=590548&postcount=34[/url]

kriesel 2021-10-17 16:48

[QUOTE=lycorn;589803]Correct, but you apparently missed my point. We have a set of expiration rules, so we should abide by them, as not following the agreed rules is worse than not having rules at all. We may be driving people away from the project by doing this sort of things.[/QUOTE]Apparently you missed my point. People do not perfectly follow rules. And even if they did, due to other factors, there would be occasional unneeded tests completed or other mechanisms of cycles lost, or other points of irritation. I get your point that it may cause some to leave the project. So may a high level of enforcement or complaint about imperfect enforcement of a rule set, cause some others to leave. It's unclear where the optimum lies.

tuckerkao 2021-11-02 04:40

[QUOTE=kruoli;589937]Yes, we will never know what would have happened if the two (!) offenders (:wink:) would not have stepped in. But as George said, it was likely that someone intervened here (unfortunately?).[/QUOTE]
We've already known the original result too because the legit user turned in his assignment late.

If you check M[M]57773081[/M] closely, ViliamF trial factored all the way up to 2^80, then Kriesel turned in the LL result 2 days later, they were in the same team. 3 different groups were working on the same exponent during Oct 2021 because a lot of people wanted to move the milestone.

Old Group from year 2012: Craig Meyers, Sven Laubner
Group 1: ViliamF, Kriesel
Group 2: Tucker Kao, timothee.chaumier
Group 3: Jan S., AndersM

[QUOTE=greenskull;589605]Oh, no!
The game was not fair :evil: But it was excitingly interesting :banana:[/QUOTE]
Nov 16 2021 is still far off from Oct 21, 2021


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