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Old 2021-05-03, 19:14   #925
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You cannot add a project to an existing code. You will have to create a new code and have the prime transferred to it. To do this: (1) Create a code with all of the attributions of your current code plus CRUS as a project. (2) Email Prof. Caldwell at the top-5000 site to transfer the prime to it.

If you don't wish to do (2) I can take care of that part of it.

Here's a how to for creating a proof code with CRUS as the project: Start the process of creating a new proof code. When you get to this page:
https://primes.utm.edu/bios/newcode.php

In addition to clicking on Jeane Penne's LLR in the middle of the page type "srsieve,CRUS" (without quotes) in the box towards the bottom of the page. Then submit the proof code.

That should do it.
Since you are offering to have it transferred, would you mind doing so. :-)

The proof code stuff is a complete mess at the Top 5000. I wish it were more robust WRT selecting people, programs, and projects. So many are inaccurate and impossible to fix and just too much effort to create new ones.
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Old 2021-05-03, 21:51   #926
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Since you are offering to have it transferred, would you mind doing so. :-)

The proof code stuff is a complete mess at the Top 5000. I wish it were more robust WRT selecting people, programs, and projects. So many are inaccurate and impossible to fix and just too much effort to create new ones.
I echo your sentiments about the proof code process at top 5000 being very difficult to navigate.

I am fine Emailing Prof. Caldwell to transfer the prime to a new proof code. But you will have to create the new proof code and tell me what it is...or tell me what your ID and password are at top 5000 so that I can create it for you. :-)

You cannot change or have Prof. Caldwell change an existing proof code...to my knowledge anyway.

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Old 2021-05-03, 23:18   #927
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Old 2021-05-04, 01:07   #928
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Old 2021-05-08, 18:07   #929
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2636*138^469911+1 found by whizbang (1005557 digits)
15340*625^209640+1 found by Shaman (586133 digits)
17370*625^222563+1 found by Dirk Broer (622264 digits)
9574*625^292308+1 found by grcpool.com (817263 digits)
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