Status using 12th June 2004 status files

The first column is the range. For example, 8 represents 8M to 9M. The second column is the number of (unverified) exponents that haven't been p-1 tested.

Code:

M CHANGE
1 0
2 0
3 0
4 0
5 0
6 0
7 0
8 0
9 35
10 110
11 226
12 844
13 738
14 899
15 967
16 1019
17 1105
18 1199
19 1502
20 1083
21 485
22 245
23 207
24 55

Same as above, but each range is only 0.1M and only showing from 12M-14M. For example, 12.2 represents the range of 12.2M to 12.3M. The third column shows the change in the number of exponents compared to the last status files.

Code:

0.1M RANGE NUMBER CHANGE
12.0 333 -43
12.1 348 -56
12.2 51 -8
12.3 0 0
12.4 0 0
12.5 0 0
12.6 0 0
12.7 2 -29
12.8 110 -165
12.9 0 -26
13.0 0 0
13.1 0 0
13.2 0 -16
13.3 109 -17
13.4 156 0
13.5 101 0
13.6 76 0
13.7 124 0
13.8 97 0
13.9 75 0

The 110 exponents in the 12.8-12.9M range I have almost finished working on and I would expect to submit them within the next 2 days. There is just the 2 exponents left in the 12.7-12.8M range so I would expect them to also be completed by the time the next status files come out. 13.3-13.5M is now available through the forum.

We seem to have finished just in time, as I would expect everthing up to 13M to be released on primenet (just a guess - not gospel). It is also good to see that we have made significant process into the 13-14M exponents. I don't see a problem with keeping ahead of the leading edge of double checking if we keep up this pace.