[bittorrent] Fwd: Trackerless torrents

Harold Feit - Depthstrike.com administrator dwknight at depthstrike.com
Sun Jul 17 18:10:22 EDT 2005


None of the systems have actually fully proved their efficency over the
others yet.

BitComet is closed-source as is BitSprirt, but the mainline BT client is
open source.

You'll probably want to wait until the specs are finalized. 

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[mailto:bittorrent-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of Joseph Ashwood
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Subject: Re: [bittorrent] Fwd: Trackerless torrents

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Harold Feit - Depthstrike.com administrator" 
<dwknight at depthstrike.com>
Subject: Re: [bittorrent] Fwd: Trackerless torrents


> BitSpirit and BitComet are on-side with mainline.
>
> There's an Anatomic P2P client that has its own implementation, I'm not 
> sure
> where it will side in the big dhts (It's probably waiting on bittornado to
> pick a side).
>
> Azureus is effectively on its own this round for implementation.

Well then, the next question is.... which is more efficient? And can 
trackerless operation be easily compiled out of any of them?
                Joe 



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