@MrMazda Being the BEST at anything, has the effect of being the biggest target of the haters. One example of that is the greatest president the USA ever had gets attacked incessantly in the media.
This site is the best of it's kind, and there are only 3 other sites that are even close. A LONG time ago, this site was being attacked with so many DDOS attacks and legal threats that the site owner shut it down for months. Frankly, if I were him, I would SELL this site - but I am not sure than anybody could afford it. Hmm.. Elon Musk just paid $44 billion for Twitter, so this site must be worth about $100 billion! I still wonder why content produced and posted by known members of this site, is removed for fake DMCA reasons. Lars Ulrich must be trolling gay sites.
I noticed that I can't use cock.li mail accounts but it's a legitimate mail service (albeit with a funny name). The mail accounts created with cock.li aren't disposable (i.e. they don't expire after 20 minutes). It would be nice to be able to use it.
I tried everything... doesnt work... its so complicated now, is it me or it was easier few months ago ?
If you think about what using a torrent really is, then re-seeding shouldn't be all THAT complicated.
Remember, tho: a torrent file is a DESCRIPTOR of content (including a checksum to ensure validity). Whether you have created the .torrent or not, the fact is: if you add a torrent to your client, and the content is ALREADY THERE, you will immediately begin to SEED that torrent.
Now: already there has to be an exact match! All the folder and file names have to match, and all of the file-part-checksums have to match! But if the contents check out, re-downloading a torrent is a re-seed!
Mind you: because this is a private tracker, and therefore your ID has to be added to every seed/leech activity (for accountability), you actually re-seed your uploaded torrents!
When you upload a new torrent, the tracker builds a NEW .torrent file (not the one you uploaded) that you have to use to re-seed your torrent! Otherwise, it's never seeded to begin with.
Because you're downloading a new .torrent file for content you already have, you're techincally re-seeding your upload! 🙂
If you're still having issues, contact the HELP DESK. Staffers there are usually helpful!
Echoing an original comment here, isn't it amazing at how well even short apologies work ("sorry, it was a bad day, and I was a bit flip . . .")? Early in my work career, an opposing party in a deal did exactly that after some uncivil (and bad) behavior, and it cleared matters away as well as a Spring shower. And it cost him nothing, in the end . . . . I remember it to this day.
I agree with you. Flags tend to complicate things.
On another matter, I noticed that on the table the word for "here" is sometimes in the native language and sometimes in English. It's best if we use the native word in all languages. French and German already have the native word. We should also have:
Chinese: 在这里 (simplified) / 在這裡 (traditional)