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Old 2010-10-08, 15:07   #353
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788-792 complete, 1 prime
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Old 2010-10-10, 21:34   #354
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792-796 complete - 2 primes
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Old 2010-10-12, 17:09   #355
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800-801 complete, no primes.
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Old 2010-10-14, 22:57   #356
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801-802 and 806-807 complete, no primes.

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Old 2010-10-15, 08:50   #357
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802-806 complete - 2 primes
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Old 2010-10-17, 15:12   #358
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786-788 complete, one prime.
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Old 2010-10-18, 22:33   #359
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807-809 complete, no primes

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Old 2010-10-18, 22:40   #360
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More test files added, up to 840k.
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Old 2010-10-21, 08:36   #361
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Old 2010-10-21, 20:57   #362
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Hi there folks,

First time poster, long time prime searcher. I've been doing it pretty much solo for the last 5 or 6 years (my profile at The Prime Pages is http://primes.utm.edu/bios/page.php?id=677)

I've not been particularly scientific about it - simply been choosing an n-value large enough to get into the Top 5000 list, then doing my own sieving and testing.

However, I'd like to be a part of a more co-ordinated effort, so would like to join here if I may.

Do I just grab one of the pre-sieved ranges from the first post, announce here what range I am grabbing and do away to do my tests?

Any pointers as to how to become a productive member of the project much appreciated ;-)
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Old 2010-10-22, 05:05   #363
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dmh-
Yes, you've got the idea in order to get started. On these team drives, we usually reserve work in order, lowest available first. If you find a prime, credit "rieselprime" as the team, and srsieve as the sieve program (see most of my primes, predrag's, etc).

You may also reserve your own k, but I suggest you work some of the team drive files first. Most of the people with single-k reservations have more than one machine at their disposal.

Happy hunting, and welcome!
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