20061004, 22:00  #496 
Sep 2005
Raleigh, North Carolina
151_{16} Posts 
Releasing k=267 to RPS
Taking k=199 from n=250k Last fiddled with by grobie on 20061004 at 22:47 
20061005, 03:04  #497 
Mar 2006
Columbus, OH
7·11 Posts 
103 and 207 report
Report for 103 and 207:
103 is LLRing at 491k 207 is still sieving. Steven 
20061011, 09:49  #498 
Sep 2005
Raleigh, North Carolina
337 Posts 
199*2^3011931 (90671 digits)

20061012, 10:04  #499 
Feb 2003
2^{2}·3^{2}·53 Posts 
k=11 and 29 status
k=11 has reached n=1.4M,
k=29 has reached n=1.7M. 
20061013, 09:25  #500 
I quite division it
"Chris"
Feb 2005
England
31·67 Posts 
k=35 status.
k = 35 now tested to > 600k.

20061013, 18:00  #501 
Nov 2004
California
2^{3}·3·71 Posts 
Status, reservation, and release
I've stopped k=195 at n=713.8k and would like to release this k.
I'd now like to reserve k=33 (starting at 500k). Status of other k<300: 39 is at 831k 69 is at 853k 181 is at 633k 223 is at 1.34M 231 is at 946k 
20061013, 20:58  #502 
May 2005
3130_{8} Posts 
k=25 tested till n=900000  I'm still working on it

20061014, 00:43  #503 
Nov 2003
2×1,811 Posts 
My Status
I usually update my status directly in the stats page, but for the record here it is:
k=7, at 1.6M k=21, at 1M k=73, at 804k (will stop at 1M) k=77, at 1267k and 14651500k k=83, at 543k (got a sieve file from grobie, will stop at 550k) k=87, at 890k (most likely will stop at 1M) k=97, at 900k (would like to go to 1M) k=177, at 850k k=193, at 730k (will stop at 1M) k=277, at 744k (will stop at 1M) k=285, at 365k (passing to RPS 5th Drive at 470k) Needless to say, I don't and cannot work on all reserved Ks all the time, but I'm trying to push them all little by little. Last fiddled with by Kosmaj on 20061014 at 00:43 
20061015, 22:44  #504 
Sep 2005
Raleigh, North Carolina
337 Posts 
199*2^3329851 (100241 digits)

20061017, 03:27  #505 
Nov 2003
2·1,811 Posts 
k=83
k=83 checked in the 536,800550,000 range using a sieving file provided by grobie, no primes.
k=83 is similar to k=65, the weight is medium (around 2050 meaning more than 45 candidates per 1000 n's after sieving to more than 500bn), but both have relatively large primeless holes in the 200500k range: k=65: 185,946  578,512 k=83: 216,954  x, where x > 550,000 remains to be found. 
20061020, 09:05  #506 
Nov 2003
2×1,811 Posts 
Taking k=173.
It's the least processed k<300, to 210k only, and one known prime at 360k. I'll sieve 210k1M but will stop early to do tests to 300k. I've been also sieving k=253 for a while in the n=13M range. It's the only k<300 with no known gigantic primes (with more than 10,000 digits). No plans to start testing yet... 
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