[Hpr] Why no hpr torrent yet?
cobra2 at cctracker.org
Mon Nov 25 15:26:15 PST 2013
Cctracker.org was my attempt at something like this. But I've been slammed with work and family the past year and have not had much of a chance to do anything with it. The tracker is up and running just fine. Sources that I took the code from are on github. Search project gazelle.
dg <dg at deepgeek.us> wrote:
>What gives? A sad day it is for me to realize, after listening to the
>last HPR community news (where it was said "a few people slurped the
>whole feed,") that I can't find a legal torrent for hpr? I thought
>surly archive.org would be torrenting our files, but they appear to not
>be doing this.
>So I actually have 73 Gig on my zfs array available, but my collection
>is a hodge-podge mix of mp3 and ogg. I thought of doing it on my own
>totally and claiming to be some kind of torrent hero, but I thought
>better that I might first check to see if anybody made any attempts
>along these lines and that my info was correct before proceeding. It
>would also be nice to know if anybody has a legal private tracker
>before trying to duplicate effort.
>I'm thinking that if even a third of this list can seed just when they
>are home at their computer, we can have a pretty good torrent going
>into the future, relieving bandwidth on the main server and possibly
>averting web bottlenecks and unnecessary bandwidth issues.
>I'm wondering whether or not to start with the first one thousand eps
>of the speex or ogg format. I guess the mp3 might be more poplar (and
>might cut bandwidth needs better, as those files are the largest) but I
>come here to brainstorm before doing anything.
>Ken, is it possible that I could get a password into the main servers
>ftp to do one big efficient slurp sometime in the future? Or do you
>have any sneaky tar files anywhere?
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