[RC5] keyrate stabilizing?
Zorba the Hutt
zorbathut at uswest.net
Tue Oct 16 21:31:24 EDT 2001
That doesn't change the fact that we're getting no status updates. Even a
quarterly email saying "nope, still nothing shorter, and we're done with 74%
of the stubspace so far" would be appreciated.
Incidentally, could someone tell me why we need two passes? I mean,
computers don't exactly forget to carry the 3 :P
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bruce Wilson" <bwilson at distributed.net>
To: <rc5 at lists.distributed.net>
Sent: Tuesday, October 16, 2001 8:06 AM
Subject: RE: [RC5] keyrate stabilizing?
> | -----Original Message-----
> | A simple e-mail giving the shortest ruler found so far would
> | be appreciated,
> | compared to the shortest one known. This is why the OGR
> | project exists.
> | Adrian
> The shortest ruler found is the shortest known to date. The odds of
> finding a shorter ruler are so incredibly small, we would probably have
> a press release if we actually found one shorter.
> The purpose of the project is to *confirm* that the shortest known ruler
> is the shortest possible ruler.
> In answer to someone else's question, there are no overlaps in OGR. A
> stub represents a unique subtree of the entire OGR workspace.
> Bruce Wilson <bwilson at distributed.net>
> PGP KeyID: 5430B995, http://www.toomuchblue.com/
> "Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur."
> (Whatever is said in Latin sounds profound.)
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