Nice chatting with you!
I think you are missing the point here. You try to convince me how unnecessary my suggestion is.
Here are a few things that might help you reconsider your opinion. And have in mind that opposing just for the sake of it doesn't in any way make my suggestion less a suggestion ;-)
Bit Che isn't associated with any tracker and the scripts we have were created with the help of users here who are members of the trackers. So, the chances of Bit Che being usable for all trackers are not very high.
What is the main and only purpose of this program. Just do a google search and you will see it: Home of Bit Che - Torrent Search
Ergo "the chances of Bit Che being usable for all trackers
" - to be higher is the sole purpose of my idea. A suggestion to possibly increase those odds.
The idea of creating the platform for custom search scripts for as many torrent sites as possible needs more people to get involved in the creation.
A few templates posted here can further increase the chances that someone like you and me would try to create one script or update another.
As for Gazelle being shared, it is being used by BroadcastTheNet, PixelHD, AwesomeHD, What.cd, PassThePopcorn, Deli.sh and lztr. These are considered to be the best trackers in their respective categories.
According to who? You?1/
Well let stop development of this wonderful program. The developer could just hard-code the fews you named above. And everybody will be happy, now won't they?2/
In my current (default) scripts I don't see neither LearnBits
the best of the educational torrent sites. Let us not mention thevault
. Of the three mentioned each is with invitations-only policy for a good reason. Quality, and narrow specialized unique content made them closed.
Bear in mind that there might be many TV/Movie junkies like you that might be sufficient with your premium selection of sites, but not everyone. 3/
I wouldn't be so persistent here but I saw on several occasions that those ones were requested as scripts already, but AFAIK with no results so far. The very few people (big thanks to them
) that do write some in their spare time have enough on their shoulders.
The reason that Gazelle is used by top tier trackers is that it is highly customizable and is very easy to work with. It can be bent according to the specific needs of a tracker.
If you want, I can provide a whole list of Gazelle based trackers along with category they fall in.
I think that was the main reason to get you involved in this discussion as (for no reason if you ask me
) opposing side.
You wanted to prove me that Gazelle
is the top used tracker. Fine. Let it be. Whatever. I don't know it. And I don't care. It could be I don't deny it. Don't need to.
I named you two local for me torrent sites with local peering that suffice my needs of MOVIES and TV shows. This for me means downloading with 10 Megabytes
not bits. I want to develop those. And guess what: both were already requested for scripting here.
But why losing so much time in learning the script basics from scratch which is much harder than having something already made up and using it? Trust me I have written a few things myself. Both as scripts and programs.
It is much harder to learn from the manuals than combined approach of reading the fucking manual
(geeks' joke) and try-error method while investigating someone else's code.
My idea is to have one or two scripts posted here for XBT Tracker
one or two for Gazelle's
. A few for the opentracker
logics. And here to be able to put as many as possible versatile tracker scripts available that someone had spent the time to write. One can't possibly know which script for which tracker was written.
So in summary I hope you understand my concern about our little chit-chat here. It is not about Gazelle's
supremacy, but about the efficiency
of the BitChe. A great program with a great potential which is far from where it could be. It needs a community that is engaged in its development.