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Old 2006-01-01, 17:44   #12
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Next month we'll eliminate so many candidates with sieving that we'll put the PRP'ers out of job .

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Old 2006-01-01, 17:59   #13
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Next month we'll eliminate so many candidates with sieving that we'll put the PRP'ers out of job .
I hope so. As a PRP'er, I'm very tired.
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Old 2006-01-01, 18:27   #14
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I am about reaching the end of my large reserved range with rieselsieve, three systems left on that, which will take another 5 days probably for those. Other than that, I'm loading up for psp sieving. Hopefully it helps. :)
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Old 2006-01-01, 22:12   #15
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Next month we'll eliminate so many candidates with sieving that we'll put the PRP'ers out of job .
Actually, almost all found factors are >20M, thus, their current use is to shrink the data file for combination with SoB, IMHO.
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Old 2006-01-26, 21:58   #16
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This month we vaporized the old records for sieving and also for PRP work
and the month has not even finished. We have an incredible speed specially at sieving at the moment.
At the beginning of december i hoped that we could reach 15T sometime early this year but now we are already sieving in the 30T range and at the same time run combined tests with SOB.

Thanks to all the contributors for their continued donation of computer power.

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Old 2006-01-27, 01:42   #17
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Woohoo! :D
That is great news indeed!

But I bet that on the downside, you've been having a flood of work there updating the database... lol! :P
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Old 2006-01-27, 07:05   #18
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I think this is just great!! :) It's great to see a good group working together to get a good project down the road!! :)
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Old 2006-01-27, 09:47   #19
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I was wondering what that warm feeling was
pride has a habit of sneeking up on you

Most of the credit must go to Lars
He Da Man !
Thanks for putting on a great GIG man.
Lovin' it.

Keep at it everyone.
I think this effort is just ramping up.
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Old 2006-01-28, 06:29   #20
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With my new double check results in. I think this will be the best month for double check as well.

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Old 2006-03-02, 00:19   #21
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Say... has the project broken all records in February?

The "Points/Month" values are the highest of the last 12 months.
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Old 2006-03-02, 17:48   #22
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Considering the fact that February was almost 10% shorter than January, I think this is a really fantastic result!
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