John D. Hardin wrote:
> On Fri, 13 Jul 2007, Christopher X. Candreva wrote:
>
>> On Thu, 12 Jul 2007, Kelson wrote:
>>
>>> I don't think the typical SA ruleset is big enough to take advantage of
>>> BitTorrent.

>> However, what you might gain is the redundancy if (in fantasy
>> world) every user was also serving them out via bittorrent.
>>
>> I was just mulling over in my head a hypothetical
>> "BittorrentMirror" client. The idea being to mirror a group of
>> files (rulesemporium rules, the whole site, etc).

>
> I'll bring this up again: coral.
>
> Is there some reason pointing everyone at the coral cache of the
> website won't work? Granted, coral is also intended for large files,
> but it is distributed and is almost transparent...
>


interesting. the coral wiki seems to be full of porno links.. seems that
they could use some uribl assistance. :-(


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