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Old 2009-07-24, 10:09   #23
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a remark to the link from S.Hoogendoorn:

there're two errors in his sequences:

209376 has an error at index 862
209760 has an error at index 1208

although he updated his page on 2009-07-17 the last time, he seems no noticed anything about this Fourm or the FactorDatabase or my Summary-pages!

i'll keep an eye on his page with the seqs 200k-210k.
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Old 2010-02-11, 22:11   #24
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Wieb Bosma will go on to 450k-500k after finishing 400k-450k, and then he will do 600k-650k if he has read Wolfgang's page.
Are these results available? They don't seem to be in the database.

I have just completed bring 680-700K to 100 digits. I am now running the 18 numbers below 100K that are (or were, some are done) at <100 digits. After this, I'll probably move on to 660-680K.
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Old 2010-02-12, 07:21   #25
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Are these results available? They don't seem to be in the database.
See here....
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Old 2010-02-12, 17:37   #26
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I have just completed bring 680-700K to 100 digits. I am now running the 18 numbers below 100K that are (or were, some are done) at <100 digits. After this, I'll probably move on to 660-680K.
Have you by any chance been working on the sequences at the start of the 600k-700k range?

(BTW: Steer clear of 675600 - it's mine. Although it's above 100 digits, it might look tempting.)

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Old 2010-02-12, 20:41   #27
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My bot brought up all 600-700k to 90 digits, and some to 100 digits.
Now it's joining the 800k project.
I'll try to announce its plans here more thoroughly.

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Old 2010-02-12, 22:00   #28
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Have you by any chance been working on the sequences at the start of the 600k-700k range?

(BTW: Steer clear of 675600 - it's mine. Although it's above 100 digits, it might look tempting.)
Nope, and will do. My list includes only those under 100 digits.
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Old 2010-03-20, 08:38   #29
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600k-700k are all at >=100 digits. I've started at 900k.
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Old 2010-03-20, 11:29   #30
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600k-700k are all at >=100 digits. I've started at 900k.
Great work. Once that and Subproject #5 are done, then all of the aliquot sequences up to 1M except the 400k range (Wieb Bosma) will be above 100 digits. After that, we will be faced with the 1M-2M range, which is mostly at 71 digits with some ranges above that. Should we take that straight to 100 or do it in two parts (to 80 or 90 first)?

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Old 2010-03-20, 11:44   #31
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Great work. Once that and Subproject #5 are done, then all of the aliquot sequences up to 1M except the 400k range (Wieb Bosma) will be above 100 digits. After that, we will be faced with the 1M-2M range, which is mostly at 71 digits with some ranges above that. Should we take that straight to 100 or do it in two parts (to 80 or 90 first)?
I think going straight to 100 would be good. If we were to only go to 80 or 90 at first, I'd want people to reserve sequences in pre-determined batches, (e.g. a 1k range, e.g. all sequences starting between 1,000,000 and 1,000,999) because otherwise there will be a lot of extra work for us admins.
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Old 2010-03-20, 13:09   #32
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Where do we stop going upwards? I had always thought 1M but people seem to want to go further. I do think though if we go rid of the upto 100 digits drives then I think that we would lose customers or at least limit our growth as a project.
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Old 2010-03-20, 15:56   #33
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I think we should continue taking sequences to 100 digits because it produces faster results and more terminations, but it I think it will become boring within a few years and 110 digits will be the most popular height to take sequences to. By then we'll probably have started taking the 10k sequences to 120 digits...

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