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Re: Re[2]: Torpark Mirroring

I was daydreaming with the I2P people the other day... ( I happend
upon them in a IRC channel) They have a anonymouse bittorrent client,
but it doesn't allow you to use normal bittorrents. you can only use
torrents off of their own network of trusted computers. so that
doesn't sound like a good solution to the bigger problem. I wish I was
 a good progrmer I would just make a standalone tor patch for the
normal bittorrent client. have the standalone client be their own
servers so that everyone that is connected to their network is
providing as much bandwidth as they are taking. Sounds too good to be

I will experament with the firesomething extension later on tonight. I
think that it also changes the process name, and if it does then we
wont have the problem with concurent running copies of firefox...


On 11/7/05, Arrakistor <arrakistor@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Well,  I've  been reading they board they are talking about it on, and
> 1/5  seem  to  say  it doesn't work, 2/3rds say it is slow. Begger and
> chosers, well whatever. As soon as we all get off our ass and kill the
> bittorrent  traffics  and  get  their  bittor  clients  to  become tor
> servers, then we will have something.
> ST
> Hello Matt,
> Monday, November 7, 2005, 12:45:05 PM, you wrote:
> > it is good-fuzzy feelings to know that we aren't just blowng smoke
> > when we talk about the poor chinese people with no access.
> > On 11/7/05, Arrakistor <arrakistor@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >> All,
> >>
> >> After  checking the logs, all the hits are direct links from a chinese
> >> website.  While  I  don't  want to disable access to them, They aren't
> >> searching  the  website  for mirrors... I'm going to have to do apache
> >> rewrites   to  distribute  it...  crap  I  am  no  good  with  regular
> >> expressions.
> >>
> >> ST
> >>
> >>
> --
> Best regards,
>  Arrakistor                            mailto:arrakistor@xxxxxxxxx