**Per one of the moderators today, I violated the uploading rules by offering 2 uploads instead of 1. This was done because the video consisted of Parts A & B. I set aside 50kbs of uploading bandwidth to ensure fast seeding and fast downloads. These two files were well seeded and 40-50 people were downloading them individually. Each file had at least 800 views which meant plenty of current and future download interest.
To placate the moderator I have deleted the torrents and moved them to a more hospital gay torrent site. If you are one of the downloaders and now find the file you downloaded removed, incomplete and no longer available here at GT, please PM me and I will point you in the direction of the other gay torrent site so you can, at least, complete the download.
I promise not to offer any more torrents here at GT.
Why not create a torrent with both files?
I am sorry that you feel you can't upload anything here, but we do have rules that need to be followed. Without these rules this site would be full of files that where not seeded fully, along with various other things that I don't even want to think about.
We do ask that anyone wanting to upload more than one file at a time PMs any member of 'staff' to ask if it is ok.
The rule about uploading one file at a time is done for the best interest of the users, as are all of the rules.
If you would like to discuss this further then feel free to send me a PM
I know this thread is old but I would like to point out something that most new uploaders don't realize, The torrent approval queue is not a parking place for your torrents. If you have prepared 3 torrents then please upload them one at a time. When the first one is complete the you can upload another.
What you can't see and admins and mods can is the actual approval queue. If you "park" a torrent or two then it forces mods to review the torrent for approval several times. This is to prevent duplicates mainly but adds alot of work on approving mods.
For example right now there are about 50 torrents up for approval but almost half of them are "parked". Even though they are invisible on the tracker we see them in our queue.
I love new content when presented in a singular fashion from an uploader. Did that make any sense or did it make things more confusing? :crazy2: