20070315, 18:37  #1 
Apprentice Crank
Mar 2006
706_{8} Posts 
We're #3 in terms of number of primes found!
TPS and PrimeGrid just made it into the #3 spot: http://primes.utm.edu/bios/top20.php...&by=PrimesRank
Congrats to everyone here and at PrimeGrid! Any guesses on when we'll be #1? I'm guessing we'll get there on July 12th. 
20070315, 19:28  #2  
Mar 2007
Berlin, Germany
1010_{2} Posts 
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20070315, 20:18  #3 
Dec 2006
Anchorage, Alaska
2×3×13 Posts 
July 4th fireworks!
Good job guys! Last fiddled with by Skligmund on 20070315 at 20:19 Reason: mind bending isn't it? 
20070316, 01:44  #4 
Feb 2007
211 Posts 
At least 2 years according to my calculation or more, to get to #1 spot.
cipher 
20070316, 13:43  #5 
Jan 2007
.de
2×3^{2} Posts 
Errrr...
We'll hit it on September, 1st! 
20070514, 05:42  #6 
Jun 2003
37×131 Posts 
You guys were waaaaay off
Congratulations TPS & PrimeGrid for #1 
20070514, 16:38  #7 
Sep 2004
1025_{8} Posts 
We're number 1 then? Cool.

20070515, 23:50  #8 
116B_{16} Posts 
#1
# 1 is always a great place to be. I have found one of them using BOINC and Primegrid.

20070516, 20:31  #9 
Sep 2002
Database er0rr
6716_{8} Posts 
Unfairly to other "projects", the joint projects Twin Prime Grid and PrimeGrid are currently each getting full credit for the same work. This will most likely be adjusted soon.
930 primes greater than n=333333 need to be submitted to the top5000 primes for TPS/PG to loose credit for their smallest n=333333 prime. If they find all new primes to make this so and no twin, then the maximum count they can have is 655+930 or 1585 primes, which is equivalent to today's "normailzed score" of 2179. Other projects, teams and individuals are finding primes too though; so they will not actually reach this number of primes in the top5000  plus there is the effect of the "adjustment" I will applaud TPS/PG if they really make #1 spot Last fiddled with by paulunderwood on 20070516 at 20:52 
20070517, 00:31  #10 
Sep 2004
215_{16} Posts 
I don't see why they shouldn't both get full credit for the work, since the 2 projects are really the same one.
Last fiddled with by Joshua2 on 20070517 at 00:32 
20070517, 01:18  #11 
Apprentice Crank
Mar 2006
2×227 Posts 
Mr. Underwood (and others) might be bitter because other projects got pushed off the list, since TPS/PG occupied two rankings instead of one. For example, the current rankings are:
1.) Primegrid 1.) Twin Prime Search 3.) Prime Internet Eisenstein Search 4.) Riesel Prime Search ...and so on. A solution would be to have: 1.) Primegrid 1.) Twin Prime Search 2.) Prime Internet Eisenstein Search 3.) Riesel Prime Search ...and so on 
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