First: cool! I'm glad your aquatic friends have some fresh, clean, softened water! I wish them good health! (You too, while we're at it - we go at it on some of the political topics, but I don't take politics personally... I wish you well too!)
As for the points: cool... it can help boost my membership level! 🙂 (Every little bit helps!)
Mind you, I've done the math:
I've DL'd almost 24TB (23.88) of data here
I've received about 20TB (19.89 TB) of upload credits (that is, tracked uploaded data + seed points converted into data)
That makes my ratio a cool 0.83 - but while that may be troubling to some, with my exceptionally large UL/DL volume I have a buffer of nearly 1 TB! I can live with that!!! 🙂 )
Still, I would need about 4TB worth of upload credits to get my ratio to a full 1.0
At 600 credits for 10GB of uploaded data, I'll need 400 10GB units x 600 points per unit = 240,000 bonus points!
1-down, 239,000 to go!
Mind you, MY CLIENT reports my overall share ratio at about 2.5:1 upload to download... but that's across 3 gay-torrent themed private trackers: org, net, and ru...
gay-torrents.org shows my ratio as about 1.5 to one, where my client says it should be nearly 3.0
gaytorrent.ru (here) shows my ratio as 0.83 to one, where my client says it should be about 2.2
gay-torrents.net shows my ratio as 2.75 to one, where my client says it should be 2.8... that's awfully close!
But I am a "computer guru" in my own right, and I am aware that "hiding" behind a VPN, as well as using Linux-based clients (I recently switched from deluge to qBitTorrent) affects how my uploading gets applied... it also affects my "availability" as a seeder, even though I leave my Linux client open on my server...
Still, when I first joined here - what, 2008 or thereabouts? - I complained about this, but found almost no help available for the combination of VPN and Linux.... nonetheless, things remain "tolerable" if I just keep uploading and use the seeding credits to supplement my upload balance. 🙂
I don't know if the different sites' admins talk to each other (they should!), but somehow the NET admin's tracker is able to keep up with my setup where the others cannot... (That said, his volume of data is a fraction of yours here!)
That's a lot of gibberish - except that you're the (an?) administrator here... 😉