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Vanity badges
Intriguing idea: let users select their own badges. Thus it happened. You can, with enough credits, pick some extra badges in your community preferences.
27 Sep 2021, 20:36:56 UTC · Discuss


Good luck for this school year
Hello. I wish all students good luck and fair grades for this school year. Thanks for crunching my SPT batches. All your findings are automatically published in our Prime Tupes db (under the project menu).
24 Sep 2021, 20:13:08 UTC · Discuss


ETA to resume the project
I promise the project will resume sending spt work at end of June 2021.

Happy Spring! Today is the birthday of Jaroslav Hašek [|Hashek|].
30 Apr 2021, 18:46:52 UTC · Discuss


Prime Tuples Badges
New badges for the SPT sub-project! The Prime Tuples subproject fully covered the missing range from Stop@Home and also scanned for new kind of tuples (tpt, stpt, gaps) up to the same range. As a Thank You to all contributors, I present you four new badges. The badges are awarded based on credit earned on the SPT app (ids 10,11), not RAC and the credit level have been chosen based on current credit distribution. The results of the project are slowly being submitted to OEIS. If you do not have a badge, do not worry, there will be more tasks, searching for rarer and longer sequences.

19 Jun 2020, 20:25:48 UTC · Discuss


Plan for SPT subproject
For processing of SPT results I found a partner that will help me write a export script to OEIS, and he is working... And while he is working I forgot a bit that I have a project, sorry. I was excited to have my name in OEIS, but it is not yet ready and the excitement is fading.
The previous batch, using the new file upload handler ran out, and it is much smoother. I submitted new batch 70 that goes up to 5e17. See, this new SSD and FUH allows me to have larger batches. And after that, I will submit batch for 5e17-6e17. You might notice that we already did that range, but that was with old version, which only looked for symmetric prime tuples and was slower.
Regarding the padls total (tot5) subproject, it is still running, but I throttled it to only few active tasks to not waste power. There are some ideas to improve it.
However, I am working on the Lua / compile-on-target application.
Have a Great day everybody and stop pretending and blocking yourself.
24 Apr 2020, 21:17:15 UTC · Discuss


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