Maybe I'm beating a dead dog here, but I believe
starting an orginizational effort with scattering
everyones results among multiple folders is a bad
idea.  It is key to start off on the right foot here. 
When everyone realizes this scattered approach isn't
beneficial, it will take even longer to correct.

The importance of a central location for all results
(raw and optimized) is vital.  Instead of looking for
algs right now we should be looking for webspace; as
well as people who are willing to receive, sort
through, and post results that are sent in.  Please
trust me on this!


--- Doug Lee <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> I did a full pass on the U2 cases today on my
> fastest computer. Could 
> someone look at those and perhaps see if the ones
> (half) Chris posted 
> on his site are among them... or perhaps better
> ones.
> This was to benchmark my computer setup.
> It took about 8 hours... I had a second computer
> also do the same run 
> to double-check the results (sort of unnecessary).
> I posted the results in the files section of this
> group. I think each 
> of you should create a folder with your name when
> you post data like 
> this. I don't think we'll run out of room here....
> it's all text files.
> I also posted the 5EO/5EP algs sets... something
> Mike said he was 
> interested in. Have a look if you're curious.
> I have 3 fairly powerful computers in my apartment
> (1 seems to beep a 
> lot when overheated though)... I can spend about 10
> hrs (so 1 day) to 
> do 3 COLL cases.
> For the purposes of generating algs, I think
> inverses should be 
> counted separately, mirrors together, and PLLs
> skipped (obviously). 
> This yields 29 cases by my rough count. (5 T, 5 U, 4
> L, 6 S, 5 Pi, 4 H)
> Chris has 6.5 of these done. Now that I went through
> U2 in it's 
> entirety, that leaves only 22 COLLs. I should be
> able to do this in 
> about 11 days. (Keep one computer free for my gaming
> needs :).)
> This is a "quick and dirty double pass," I run them
> all FTM optimized 
> with 777 and 431 masking. 431 is many times faster
> than 777 it turns 
> out.
> Once I take the 16 brand new Dells out of their
> boxes, set them up and 
> run have them running ACube... I'm thinking 2.5
> days, or 2 days based 
> on what I'll already have completed.
> By getting through all this so fast, I can go back
> though at a latter 
> time to work on specific ones, for FUR-type or
> various sub-opt finds.
> I've already started churning out the U3/U4 algs on
> my 2 fastest 
> computers. I estimate being 25% done with this COLL.
> Someone start on 
> the L-Orientation (minus no CP) if you want to join
> in on my effort. I 
> hope you guys are satisfied that me and Chris have
> the U-Orientation 
> covered.
> At the end of this "first quick pass", I'll also do
> on the T-
> Orientations and "no CP ones" just for completeness.
> -Doug

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