User talk:Ringbang

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Proposed deletion of Susan Stryker[edit]

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Needing your help, please![edit]

I saw your name amongst those proposed changes in the Comparisons of Bittorrent Clients wiki page, thought you may be of help.

I wanted to add the function "Sequential Downloading" to the comparison points but despite the fact this is the second mostly wished function to be supported in Bittorrent clients, that is to download a torrent file of a media file, like music, or video and be able to start using it right away.

Hardly none of the client applications support this function. By the official reasoning because it would slow or kill the downloading swarm while truth is it is working. If you go deep enough to see how the system works, you'll find there's nothing about Sequential Downloading that would make any harm to the swarm. In turn, many streaming sites that makes millions of dollars for providing HD videos, for example, would die out starving as no the fuck one would pay for their shit. So this chip of information, that is we already have 1, I say again, only one client that supports downloading your torrent file of a movie and start watching it, is a war field of business. I want you to help this information stay on the wiki site loud and clear.

The function I mentioned in the first place that is mostly wished is chat function. Well, that is not strictly related to Bittorrent clients although this function is a humongous leap. Best quality, right away, for no cash. This is a big difference. But people doesn't really know it was even possible so this is the least one can do to say it out clear on an independent site as wikipedia that it exists. We needed to mention if a client had the function to chat which is, let's say, not really a relevant function in means of data sharing but we did. So how could that happen that we don't share this information if there's sooooo big need for that. Please, help protect this information on this wiki page that this function already exists and available for everyone.

Thank you!

Nomination of List of English–Spanish false friends for deletion[edit]

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ArbCom elections are now open![edit]

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