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Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-31, 05:46
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Posted By Dubslow
jasonp seems to be under the impression that his...

jasonp seems to be under the impression that his poly select code is up to the task (as does xilman). We are aware of the lack of software for the rest of the steps. Have you read the thread?
Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-31, 04:38
Replies: 65
Views: 13,997
Posted By Dubslow
Do you have the hardware to do in less than a...

Do you have the hardware to do in less than a year?

Although, jasonp, AFAIK poly select stage 1 has been ported to CUDA; since you and Mr. Bai were talking about doing only a teenee bit of S2,...
Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-31, 03:39
Replies: 65
Views: 13,997
Posted By Dubslow
jasonp needs to make some fairly small...

jasonp needs to make some fairly small modifications to Msieve's poly select code, and more importantly, someone needs to BOINCify it.

frmky, yoyo, and debrouxl are among the people who have...
Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-27, 15:18
Replies: 65
Views: 13,997
Posted By Dubslow
It'll be years before that's an issue. Neat! I...

It'll be years before that's an issue.
Neat! I may or may not be useful in this regard.
Neat!
Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-26, 22:39
Replies: 65
Views: 13,997
Posted By Dubslow
Well, then it seems to me there's a clear path...

Well, then it seems to me there's a clear path forward.

1) As jasonp has already sort-of volunteered to do, we can use slightly modified Msieve poly-select Stage 1 (plus a tiny part of Stage 2,...
Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-25, 21:01
Replies: 65
Views: 13,997
Posted By Dubslow
Well, I think we needn't worry too much about...

Well, I think we needn't worry too much about dedication. Xyzzy, me, xilman, and presumably bsquared and jasonp appear (willing) to be committed. It seems the only problem we have is lack of...
Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-25, 04:01
Replies: 65
Views: 13,997
Posted By Dubslow
But that's exactly the opposite point to the one...

But that's exactly the opposite point to the one I was trying to make. We (the developers, really) should be cooperating, not working separately.
Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-25, 02:07
Replies: 65
Views: 13,997
Posted By Dubslow
I'm not saying do any merges, I'm just saying...

I'm not saying do any merges, I'm just saying have only one project in active development. (Assuming CADO is open to contributors,) Why should jasonp be working on his own polyselect while Shi Bai is...
Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-25, 01:10
Replies: 65
Views: 13,997
Posted By Dubslow
Give me three of four years and I might be able...

Give me three of four years and I might be able to start then on a lattice siever :razz: (I'm taking this course...
Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-24, 18:24
Replies: 65
Views: 13,997
Posted By Dubslow
Who, here or anywhere, would be capable (and...

Who, here or anywhere, would be capable (and willing) of producing the sieving software necessary (while poly select happens)? In turn, who would be willing and capable of producing the LA software...
Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-24, 02:05
Replies: 65
Views: 13,997
Posted By Dubslow
So we don't have the software for sieving or LA? ...

So we don't have the software for sieving or LA?

And on hardware, there might be a memory issue for the hypothetical siever, but given the software, the LA would be doable on a large (huge)...
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