Demonoid upload not updating

"Sharing Files" and "How Bit Torrent Works", the first two sections of the article, contain a great amount of material that is identical. I'm sure that's not intentional - and as I'm not an authority on Bit Torrent, nor am I much of a wikier, I'm leaving it, but I felt I should put something here. The point is that the viewer can see that at the end of all of the actions, every peer has a complete copy of the data.--Swuster , 22 August 2006 (UTC)I think the image is fine at its present speed, once you understand what it's meant to show.Look, for example at the seeder through one run, and you see how little it has to send (just each chunk once).

But in some cases, it seems like links were removed for no real reason, but I'm too lazy to go back through each page of the history to figure it out.

I'm putting back up some of the links that were removed.

If anyone has any idea why any of them shouldn't be put back up, say so here. , 16 February 2006 (UTC) Linking to sites like Demonoid is a clear violation of at least the spirit of WP: C, and, I contend, the fact of WP: C.

well, on average, that wouldn't be logical, though there could be some correlation between newbies not seeding and not being connectable..) Is the definition of availability correct? I changed this to accomodate the Seeder definition. Martijn Hoekstra Re the blurb on "broadcatching", it might be worth mentioning that the torrent indexer site Torrent Spy supports RSS feeds of torrents that are in specific categories (you can get RSS feeds of those categories). - nathanrdotcom , 15 February 2006 (UTC) The links to outside torrent sites have been consistently cut down, over and over, the past couple weeks. Some people objected to the links entirely for legality reasons, but most people seemed fine with them and said it was legal.

From the definition, what i can understand is if there are only two peers with 50% of data each(both having same pieces) & no seeds, then the availability is 1. Others objected to some of the links which explicitly mention copyright material, such as the Simpson's torrent.

Look at any other node and you see it getting its data from all over the place and sending out known chunks likewise.

You don't need to think about each connection and each chunk - that's what Bit Torrent does for you: it sorts all that out.

Pictureupdater , 24 September 2006 (UTC) Yes the message does get across - but it could get across a bit more conveniently if it was a bit slower (heh, bit) and I wouldn't have to watch it repeatedly to, y'know, soak it in. But if it's too much work to tweak, I can totally understand.

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