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  1. DC++ I think many people still using this p2p net. It's fine place to find something rare and interesting, one of my firsts p2p experiences btw :chris: For those who want to try: Clients StrongDC++ http://strongdc.sourceforge.net/index.php?lang=eng Most compatible and stable client for windows. FlylinkDC++ http://www.flylinkdc.com/ Active development, nice features. EiskaltDC++ http://code.google.com/p/eiskaltdc/ Cross-platform, best for mac and linux. HubLists [Monitoring] http://www.huburi.info/ http://www.dchublist.com/hubs/ http://www.besthublist.com/ http://dchublist.ru/hubs/ [Public Hub Lists For Client] http://dchublist.com/hublist.xml.bz2 http://adchublist.com/hublist.xml.bz2 http://dchublist.ru/hublist.xml.bz2 http://hublist.hubtracker.com/hublist.xml.bz2 Have a nice sharing!
  2. Netflix is seriously considering adding support for P2P-powered video streaming using "state of the art" technology. Perhaps partly inspired by Popcorn Time, the video giant is inviting applications from individuals with BitTorrent experience to fill the post of Senior Software Engineer and help finalize and implement the ambitious project. With roughly 60 million subscribers globally, Netflix is a giant in the world of online video entertainment. The service moves massive amounts of data and is credited with consuming a third of all Internet traffic in North America during peak hours. Netlix’s data use is quite costly for the company and also results in network congestion and stream buffering at times. However, thanks to P2P-powered streaming these problems may soon be a thing of the past. In a job posting late April, Netflix says it is looking to expand its team with the addition of a Senior Software Engineer. While that’s nothing new, the description reveals information on the company’s P2P-streaming plans. “Our team is evaluating up-and-coming content distribution technologies, and we are seeking a highly talented senior engineer to grow the knowledge base in the area of peer-to-peer technologies and lead the technology design and prototyping effort,†the application reads. The software engineer will be tasked with guiding the project from start to finish. This includes the design and architecture phase, implementation, testing, the internal release and final evaluation. “This is a great opportunity to enhance your full-stack development skills, and simultaneously grow your knowledge of the state of the art in peer-to-peer content distribution and network optimization techniques,†Netflix writes. A few weeks ago Netflix told its shareholders that it sees the BitTorrent-powered piracy app Popcorn Time as a serious threat. However, the job application makes it clear that BitTorrent can be used for legal distribution as well. Among the qualification requirements Netflix lists experience with BitTorrent and other P2P-protocols. Having contributed to the open source torrent streaming tool WebTorrent or a similar project is listed as a preferred job qualification. In other words, existing Popcorn Time developers are well-suited candidates for the position. – You have experience with peer-to-peer protocols such as the BitTorrent protocol – You have strong experience in the development of peer-to-peer protocols and software – You have contributed to a major peer-to-peer open source product such as WebTorrent – You have strong experience in the development of web-based video applications and tools Moving to P2P-assisted streaming appears to be a logical step. It will be possible to stream videos in a higher quality than is currently possible. In addition, it will offer a significant cost reduction. BitTorrent inventor Bram Cohen will be happy to see that Netflix is considering using his technology. He previously said that Netflix’s video quality is really terrible, adding that BitTorrent-powered solutions are far superior. “The fact is that by using BitTorrent it’s possible to give customers a much better experience with much less cost than has ever been possible before. It’s really not being utilized properly and that’s really unfortunate,†Cohen said. While the job posting is yet more evidence that Netflix is seriously considering a move to P2P-powered streaming, it’s still unclear whether the new technology will ever see the light of day. The job posting https://torrentfreak.com/netflix-needs-bittorrent-expert-to-implement-p2p-streaming-150520/
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  4. BitTorrent Inc, the company behind the popular file-sharing client uTorrent, is working on a P2P powered browser. Dubbed Project Maelstrom, the browser will be able to "keep the Internet open" by serving websites with help from other users. bittorrent-logoBitTorrent Inc. announced a new project today, a web browser with the ambition of making the Internet “people powered.†Project Maelstrom, as it’s called, is in the very early stages of development but BitTorrent Inc. is gearing up to send out invites for a closed Alpha test. The company hasn’t released a feature set as yet, but it’s clear that the browser will serve websites and other content through users. According to BitTorrent Inc. this can not only speed up websites but also boost people’s privacy. In addition, it should be capable of bypassing website blockades and other forms of censorship. “If we are successful, we believe this project has the potential to help address some of the most vexing problems facing the Internet today,†BitTorrent CEO Eric Klinker notes. “How can we keep the Internet open? How can we keep access to the Internet neutral? How can we better ensure our private data is not misused by large companies? How can we help the Internet scale efficiently for content?†The idea for a BitTorrent powered browser is not new. The Pirate Bay started work on a related project a few months ago with the aim of keeping the site online even if its servers were raided. The project hasn’t been released yet, although it would have come in handy today. Interestingly, BitTorrent’s brief summary of how the browser will work sounds a lot like Pirate Bay’s plans. The company shared the following details with Gigaom. “It works on top of the BitTorrent protocol. Websites are published as torrents and Maelstrom treats them as first class citizens instead of just downloadable content. So if a website is contained within a torrent we treat it just like a normal webpage coming in over HTTP.†More details are expected to follow during the months to come. Those interested in Project Maelstrom can sign up for an invite to the Alpha test here. torrentfreak
  5. AudioSEX(audioz.eu pro audio community) released their first compilation album! There is nothing wrong with your computer. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are controlling transmission. If we wish to make it louder, we will bring up the volume. If we wish to make it softer, we will tune it to a whisper. We will control the horizontal. We will control the vertical. We can roll the image, make it flutter. We can change the focus to a soft blur or sharpen it to crystal clarity. For the next 2 hours, sit quietly and we will control all that you see and hear. We repeat: there is nothing wrong with your computer. You are about to participate in a great adventure. You are about to experience the awe and mystery which reaches from the inner mind to – the sexy limits. Ladies and gentlemen it's Cat here with my team presenting the unveiling of the long-awaited Audio Sexed Album. The goal of this album is to strengthen the AudioSEX community and make us an active, fun group of people that work together to help improve our abilities in producing good music. It will also enable us to express our passion for the art of sound and make us all stronger and more independent artists who don't have to rely on boastful promotions and lousy demands and controls by both large and small labels. We are making this album for us, to give to the world to listen to. Together, as a community, we can make a very big statement by releasing an album to the world that reflects music that is honest, truthful and expresses real passion for the art. HKPotential wrote that mission statement as our original team manager long ago and here we are finally bearing witness to the culmination of our efforts on this exciting collaboration and the first side-project of AudioLabs. It represents the diversity, creativity and commitment of the amazing community found here and if you're reading this and haven't signed up yet we hope that you'll join us. It's really been an incredible journey of imagination, creativity, friendship and a fair amount of stress. It all began with the words: "what if we made something beautful?" Carl uttered those words a while back on AudioSex and we just decided to run with it because what's the good of an idea if you don't do anything to make it happen? It may seem like our journey was a straight line from point A to point B but it was fraught with problems and there were many times when it looked like the project might completely dissipate. It was only through the dedication of the staff and members that we were able to persevere in the end. What you see before you is the result of an arduous journey: an excellent assortment of 24 tracks in various genres available for immediate consumption from several speedy hosters in FLAC and MP3 format. Some of us that initially submitted or worked on this project are no longer with us or missing in action. Members like frito zanzibar who wrote the masterpiece Starve To Death, the embodiment of the starving artist, while homeless in a country steeped in overabundance. We hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed making it and we hope that it will give you even a modicum of that something special that we share at the forum every day. A lot of people worked extremely hard on this release and we ask that whether you like every song or style of music on the album that you listen to it with an open mind. Some producers had more experience, some less but I think what we have here is honesty, it's something unique and truly deserving of respect. And it was specifically because some of those that submitted are no longer with us anymore that I felt it was my duty to make sure that their music and work got out there for everyone to experience and enjoy. Every artist that submitted a track put themselves out there for the world to see and hear and it is truly with honor that I present them to you. This aural delight is available in 2 releases: the digital and physical release. The digital download is free while the physical release is offered at production cost plus shipping so we don't make a dime on it. Digital is great but nothing beats having a copy in your hands because it really represents AudioSex down to the artwork and it is assembled and printed to the high standards you've come to expect with industrial processes. Made for you by you. So without further ado, let me welcome you to our world. Leave a little bit of the happiness you bring. http://album.audiosex.pro/
  6. A company labeled a notorious market by the USTR says it has taken dramatic steps to stamp out piracy. The China-based outfit behind the P2P-enabled QVOD file-sharing technology says it is no longer possible to stream or download unauthorized copyrighted content with their software. ustrEvery year the United States Trade Representative calls out countries, companies and services that step over the line when it comes to copyright enforcement. Year after year the same core players appear and China is one of the countries regularly subjected to criticism. Chinese companies such as Baidu have been fixtures in the USTR’s reporting for many years, but changes to its operations in 2011 meant that it was able to stay off the list, although at home it is still the subject of various legal clashes. Now, just two months after the USTR published its 2013 Out-of-Cycle Review of Notorious Markets, another Chinese company is hoping to please both local and US interests by ditching its pirate reputation. In its last publication, sandwiched between KickassTorrents and MP3Skull, the USTR called out a site called Kuaibo. The company behind that site is the Shenzhen QVOD Technology Co. It’s the creator of QVOD, a technology originally designed to enable small and medium sized business to distribute their content online using BitTorrent, P2P, and streaming technology. With an estimated userbase of 25 million (100 million on its mobile app) the company’s player software is undoubtedly popular. However, many of its users are now using QVOD to share unauthorized content via what appears to be a Popcorn Time-style P2P streaming feature. “QVOD has become a leading facilitator of wide-scale distribution of copyright-infringing content and of other content considered illicit in China,†the USTR wrote, referring to pirate movies/music and pornography. However, in an announcement this week, Shenzhen QVOD Technology Co reported that it had taken steps to stop the unlawful distribution of both copyright-infringing and adult content via its software. All illegal content will be blocked and the company will move to a commercial and fully-licensed footing. “From now on, the previous ‘fast play mode’ (of QVOD’s Nora Player) will come to an end,†a company spokesman said. “Nora is willing to work with counterparts to jointly promote the development of the genuine video industry.†The motivation for “going legal†appears to be financial. Analysts quoted in Chinese media say that its become increasingly difficult for QVOD to get advertisers who are happy for their brands to appear alongside infringing content. Since the company is pledging to spend more than $16m on licenses it needs money quickly, but whether its millions of pirates are ready to spend is far from clear.
  7. ‘Notorious Market’ Blocks Piracy in its P2P Streaming Player A company labeled a notorious market by the USTR says it has taken dramatic steps to stamp out piracy. The China-based outfit behind the P2P-enabled QVOD file-sharing technology says it is no longer possible to stream or download unauthorized copyrighted content with their software. Every year the United States Trade Representative calls out countries, companies and services that step over the line when it comes to copyright enforcement. Year after year the same core players appear and China is one of the countries regularly subjected to criticism. Chinese companies such as Baidu have been fixtures in the USTR’s reporting for many years, but changes to its operations in 2011 meant that it was able to stay off the list, although at home it is still the subject of various legal clashes. Now, just two months after the USTR published its 2013 Out-of-Cycle Review of Notorious Markets, another Chinese company is hoping to please both local and US interests by ditching its pirate reputation. In its last publication, sandwiched between KickassTorrents and MP3Skull, the USTR called out a site called Kuaibo. The company behind that site is the Shenzhen QVOD Technology Co. It’s the creator of QVOD, a technology originally designed to enable small and medium sized business to distribute their content online using BitTorrent, P2P, and streaming technology. With an estimated userbase of 25 million (100 million on its mobile app) the company’s player software is undoubtedly popular. However, many of its users are now using QVOD to share unauthorized content via what appears to be a Popcorn Time-style P2P streaming feature. “QVOD has become a leading facilitator of wide-scale distribution of copyright-infringing content and of other content considered illicit in China,†the USTR wrote, referring to pirate movies/music and pornography. However, in an announcement this week, Shenzhen QVOD Technology Co reported that it had taken steps to stop the unlawful distribution of both copyright-infringing and adult content via its software. All illegal content will be blocked and the company will move to a commercial and fully-licensed footing. “From now on, the previous ‘fast play mode’ [of QVOD’s Nora Player) will come to an end,†a company spokesman said. “Nora is willing to work with counterparts to jointly promote the development of the genuine video industry.†The motivation for “going legal†appears to be financial. Analysts quoted in Chinese media say that its become increasingly difficult for QVOD to get advertisers who are happy for their brands to appear alongside infringing content. Since the company is pledging to spend more than $16m on licenses it needs money quickly, but whether its millions of pirates are ready to spend is far from clear.