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Old 2012-02-14, 19:47   #78
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I would like to reserve:

408320 2416. sz 113 2^3 * 3^2
424428 740. sz 112 2^3 * 3^2
427620 1969. sz 115 2^3 * 3^2
448632 825. sz 113 2^3 * 3^2
460080 1985. sz 114 2^3 * 3^2
I've stopped working on those
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Old 2012-02-14, 22:39   #79
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I've stopped working on those
Did you notice that 427620 lost the driver on your last index? Just wanted to make sure you didn't miss that, thinking it was still stuck on 2^3*3.
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Old 2012-02-15, 02:57   #80
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Huh! I did not know we have a "project" for D3! Or is this a "partial"? I mean D3 is usually coming (in its "plain" form) like 2^3*3*5. Is this a project only for partial D3's? Only the "2^3*3^x*5^0" guide? Ot it includes the plain 2^3*3*5 and its "extensions" 2^3*3^x*5^y?

Just to remind you that I have about 15 reservations in this area. Half of them lost the "plain D3" driver, or switched to some other driver. For example 865152 (.2783), after a series of big down-runs, switched to a "plain D5, 2^5*(2^6-1)" which I never seen to be stable until now!! Usually this will lose one of the 3's faster, in few steps, or the 7 will come and go, but this D5 is bloody plain and stable!!

I am still working all of these sequences, including them who lost the D3, and today I just killed another one 189140 (.973), which went to 2^4*3. Usually here 3 goes off after few iterations. You can call me "the D3 killer"... I should change my forum id :P

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Old 2012-02-15, 13:17   #81
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Did you notice that 427620 lost the driver on your last index? Just wanted to make sure you didn't miss that, thinking it was still stuck on 2^3*3.
No I didn't notice ;-)

Just returned all my sequences after comming back to the office after a vacation.
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Old 2012-02-15, 13:58   #82
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It is with a small amount of poorly-concealed vexation that I wish to present the sequence '7392' to this project.
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Old 2012-02-17, 13:19   #83
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Taking 125376 174984 207102 207360 264672 362640 390084 542432

(intend to take these to 125 digits at most)
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Old 2012-02-19, 01:43   #84
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Taking 555912 578550 607760 637236 668406 902130 917430 946776 980322

(again, to 125 digits)
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Old 2012-02-22, 09:42   #85
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542432, 668406 at 125 digits; abandoning
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Old 2012-02-22, 11:39   #86
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613068 lost the D3 (2^3*3*5), and made a nice plateau. My "elves" added exactly 100 terms to it, up to term 643 which is now C121=2^3*37*C118. Still going on with it, until the cofactor will become too large to be reasonable to try to split by myself.
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125376 174984 207102 902130 946776 at 125 digits and abandoned
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Old 2012-02-25, 17:02   #88
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637236 917430 at 125 digits and abandoned

PS: there's not much point updating reservations when I abandon them without also updating the sequence statuses

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