[BitTorrent] Re:More BitTorrent questions

John Andre john at montgomerysoftware.com
Thu Oct 28 11:53:00 EDT 2004

As for the last question, it would need to be a situation where files 
need to be shared and bandwidth is limited. In normal business situation 
when you need a file, waiting for long time costs too much. Easier to 
have someone overnight a CD than wait for 3 week for a 3GB group of 
files to trickle in.  My best guess would be some sort of data-backup 
system that could constantly trickle in changes (such as code for 
distributed groups of programmers).


tiny_ron wrote:

> Hi Everyone!
> I met my supervisor to discuss my BitTorrent project and he came up
> with interesting questions that could help in my BitTorrent website
> creation. Could anyone help me?
> 1. How does BitTorrent downloading applications e.g BitTornado start
> the file transfer process? (Technical aspects)
> 2. What would happen if the 'seeding' part of BitTorrent did not exist?
> 3. How can BitTorrent be used as a business application?
> tiny_ron at yahoo.com

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