20170905, 19:24  #2696 
"Yves"
Jul 2017
Belgium
3·17 Posts 

20170905, 19:45  #2697 
Jun 2015
Vallejo, CA/.
1712_{8} Posts 
OK, so our next BIG milestone is the first time checking of the mersenne prime of exponent 74,207,281
There are 39 exponents left to get there but one of them 74101927 is suppossed to take ~28 months to complete! There must be a serious glitch in the program that estimates the completion which is supposed to end on 20191221, because even a simple "rule of three" suggests around 10 months (293 days). Of course, it will expire in 21 days and let's hope it is given to ATH Last fiddled with by rudy235 on 20170905 at 19:46 
20170906, 03:43  #2698  
Serpentine Vermin Jar
Jul 2014
7^{2}×67 Posts 
Quote:
These in particular are estimating to take a REALLY long time: 74181521 74051921 74055439 74097707 74101927 74202361 That last one ... based on it's past 47 data points of checkins, I'm showing it's actual daystocomplete as 2800 days. It's moved an awesome 0.0348% per day since it first checked in with any progress. 74181521 is estimating 1210 days, the rest are 220550 days, somewhere in that big range. They'll all expire in due course. The one you mentioned, 74101927, I'm estimating 213 days to go with an average 0.3581% per day, with 55 data points. The fact that the client is now reporting a much longer ETA means it's probably slowed down even more than that. I could check, but I'm too lazy right now. The client is saying 847 days. Meh. 

20170906, 04:32  #2699 
Sep 2003
A17_{16} Posts 
When the milestone of 42M is reached in a few months, this will simultaneously result in the doublechecking of all remaining exponents whose first time test was in 2007. All exponents from earlier years have already been doublechecked, as well as all of the very early exponents with no timestamp.
Currently there are maybe four 2007era exponents in the 41.1M range, three of which will complete the doublecheck in a few days, and one that is assigned but hasn't started yet (41156153); and there is also the exponent 41979199 which is moving along slowly and will probably expire before the current assignee finishes it. Last fiddled with by GP2 on 20170906 at 04:33 
20170906, 04:42  #2700 
"Kieren"
Jul 2011
In My Own Galaxy!
11×13×71 Posts 
If it matches, 41719147 will complete in 21.5 hours. Then I'll be back to Cat 3 stuff.

20170906, 09:22  #2701  
Undefined
"The unspeakable one"
Jun 2006
My evil lair
6003_{10} Posts 
Quote:
Last fiddled with by retina on 20170906 at 09:24 

20170906, 22:17  #2702  
Serpentine Vermin Jar
Jul 2014
7^{2}×67 Posts 
Quote:
Code:
exponent Date 41979199 20070704 41386967 20071231 41404529 20071231 41188673 20071231 41166991 20071231 41156153 20071231 41184851 20071231 41439883 20071231 Last fiddled with by Madpoo on 20170906 at 22:23 

20170906, 22:20  #2703  
Serpentine Vermin Jar
Jul 2014
7^{2}×67 Posts 
Quote:
Okay, I made those consistent ... sorry, but I think a new prime discovery deserves at least one exclamation point (but only one). I also removed the extraneous "is" from the earlier primes (they didn't show up in the later listings). Changes on the "mock" page for now and I'll probably just roll those out when the next milestone gets checked off the list. 

20170906, 23:57  #2704 
Sep 2003
3^{2}×7×41 Posts 
Since we're quibbling about punctuation...
Code:
Countdown to first time checking all exponents below 74 million Makes it a little less ambiguous. Otherwise, a reporter or other nonparticipant visiting this page might wonder what "time checking" is. 
20170907, 04:14  #2705 
Aug 2012
Mass., USA
13E_{16} Posts 
The number of users with more than 100,000 GHz days credit is now too gross.
Edit: I meant two gross. Last fiddled with by cuBerBruce on 20170907 at 04:14 
20170908, 03:42  #2706 
Serpentine Vermin Jar
Jul 2014
7^{2}×67 Posts 

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