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Old 2005-08-18, 05:41   #12
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Thanks for drawing this to my attention. You have finally given me an incentive to contribute to the PIES project.
Lol, sounds like a dig at me, and not the 15k project's members.
A bit out of line, but funny nonetheless.
I spoke with Phil recently, and we wished each other luck!
He is a really down to earth kinda guy,... a worthy opponent.


I'm trying to crunch in my off-time, while finishing RMA.NET.
If the microsoft code, would just do as I say....
Someone in the research department, must have flubbed up and lost their job.
 
Old 2005-08-18, 07:34   #13
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Lol, sounds like a dig at me, and not the 15k project's members.
A bit out of line, but funny nonetheless.
Ok, someone does appreciate my humour. There was a smiley in my post, which wasn't quoted above.
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I spoke with Phil recently, and we wished each other luck!
He is a really down to earth kinda guy,... a worthy opponent.
I'm trying to crunch in my off-time, while finishing RMA.NET.
If the microsoft code, would just do as I say....
Someone in the research department, must have flubbed up and lost their job.


To be serious for a moment, it's very unlikely that I will contribute to either project as I don't have anywhere near enough computational resources available to keep my own projects running as well as I'd like. (Who does? That's a common complaint among almost all practitioners of computational number theory.) Good luck to both projects, I say. I'll follow the race, but only as a bystander.

Phil also tried to recruit me some time back. I gave him much the same answer as above. Phil hosts an ECMNET server for me; in return I factor a few integers for him from time to time, most recently spending a cpu-week or so to clear out some small composites from another of his tables.

Paul
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Old 2005-08-18, 08:40   #14
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Just finished 271-282, with no new primes...
I am now taking 297-300
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Old 2005-08-18, 09:00   #15
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taking 300to303 and 303to306
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Old 2005-08-18, 23:29   #16
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306to309.txt => mine please.
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Old 2005-08-19, 16:24   #17
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294-297 complete, no primes.
Taking 309-312
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Old 2005-08-20, 03:23   #18
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297-300 complete, no primes.
Taking 312-315
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Old 2005-08-20, 08:50   #19
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315-318 Cedric Vonck
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Old 2005-08-20, 14:17   #20
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Taking 318-321.

I'm sieving the reminder (330-500k) and will upload new files when all above are taken.
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Old 2005-08-20, 23:18   #21
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306to309.txt complete, no primes.
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Old 2005-08-21, 20:08   #22
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315-318 done no primes found
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