Dear GPS Underground and all its wonderful uploaders, I have used your uploads with great pleasure but there is a trend going on which I don't like. Apps and maps are being uploaded in many small parts on paid websites, and with f.e. the latest TomTom versions parts go missing and you do it all for nothing. Isn't it better to obligate the uploaders to get to work with torrents as a main source, with a backup to some file upload websites if necessary or possible? Because with so much dropouts I don't see the system being completely viable anymore actually. Discuss!
Unfortunately, torrents do not work well because ungrateful members don't want to waste their time seeding what they download. They only think of me!
Last edited by SkorpionS; 10th April 2014 at 14:12.
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I suspect this would only work with a private tracker that enforces a seeding ratio.
Torrents are fine, If people are not freeloaders and seed back to at least 1.000 if not 1.500, I always seed even though I delete all trackers, takes longer for the download to start, but it does eventually and I always seed back.. From the amount of malware, adware, spyware, browser hijacking I've had from the other crap, Torrents are the way to go....
Fine. Now please teach everyone how to make a torrent, make the link available to all and how to seed it for everyone else.