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DarkSaibot v.1.3.10
18.06.09, 11:03
Logo:
http://www.sb-innovation.de/attachment.php?attachmentid=4408

Tracker: BtArg
Tracker URL: BTARG - BitTorrent Argentina (http://www.btarg.com.ar/)
BT-Arg 6.0 :: Login (http://www.btarg.com.ar/tracker/login.php)
Open Signups : BT-Arg 6.0 :: Agregar un usuario (http://www.btarg.com.ar/tracker/signup.php)
Invite System : Invites: Only PowerUser can invite. Invitations are given randomly to PU. Signup opens rarely.
Category: General Tracker (Movies, TV, XXX, Games, Appz, Music)
Tracker Age: +5 years
Max Users 7,977
Registered users 7,743
Unconfirmed users 37
Active Torrents : 1,346
Inactive Torrents : 36,826
Seeders :14465
Leechers :1567

Freeleech: They are FREE all the torrents that are educational, historical or deserve to be spread massively. They will be to criterion of the staff.
Bonus System: There isnt a bonus system, but seed is easy so dont worry

IRC Info:
Server: Atlanta.**.us.dal.net
Port: 6667
SSL: 6697
Channel(s): #btarg

Donation Information: The site doesnt work with donations

Categories :
http://www.sb-innovation.de/attachment.php?attachmentid=4411

Torrents :
http://www.sb-innovation.de/attachment.php?attachmentid=4413

Forum:
http://www.sb-innovation.de/attachment.php?attachmentid=4407

Rulles :
http://www.sb-innovation.de/attachment.php?attachmentid=4409

UserClass & Promotion :
http://www.sb-innovation.de/attachment.php?attachmentid=4410

Statistics :
http://www.sb-innovation.de/attachment.php?attachmentid=4412


Ratings and Comments:
Content: 6/10 - It is a general tracker, but there is not a lot of torrent in each category. You can find about 1500 torrents and a lot waiting to be reseeded. ALso they have a lot spanish audio DVDR.
Speed: 6/10 - This is a south america tracker so speed is not the best. But if you live in south america you can reach pretty good speed in some torrents
Community: 7/10 It is a small forum but the people are very nice and always available to help you

Commentary:

The best Argentinian tracker and one of the best latin american tracker. With regard to the speed of the tracker I have listened to very varied opinions, but everything new has pretty good speeds. If you are looking for argentinian tv shows or movies this is the place for you

splicer
18.06.09, 13:53
5 years old ay? That's pretty old for a BitTorrent tracker.

desodorante
18.06.09, 17:53
5 years old ay? That's pretty old for a BitTorrent tracker.

Here in Argentina, there are no organizations, institutions or government branches fighting against piracy.
Bootleg dvds are sold in the street without any worries, you can even see cops talking to the guys selling them. Besides, they probably are in the business, that wouldn't surprise me at all.
They sell dvds in the train, bus and subways too, they just get up and start offering people the latest movies and albums.
Almost everyone downloads stuff and just just a small portion of the companies use legal software (including american companies)
This are some daily shots from these people in the city:
http://www.eldia.com.ar/edis/20070722/fotos_g/laciudad14.jpg
http://www.infobaeprofesional.com/adjuntos/imagenes/65/0246550.jpg
http://www.actualidadlocal.net/noticias/data/upimages/vendedor_de_pirateria.jpg

Sorry, thats the best pics I was able to find.

Blocker
19.06.09, 06:18
Here in Argentina, there are no organizations, institutions or government branches fighting against piracy.
Bootleg dvds are sold in the street without any worries, you can even see cops talking to the guys selling them. Besides, they probably are in the business, that wouldn't surprise me at all.
They sell dvds in the train, bus and subways too, they just get up and start offering people the latest movies and albums.
Almost everyone downloads stuff and just just a small portion of the companies use legal software (including american companies)


Currently the same situation is in Mexico.

Also is a really profitable bussines and mafia


Great Review!!

I think is one of the best latinamerican trackers

Nice speeds and community,:tongue:

SealLion
19.06.09, 07:46
So there are more than just a few or handful of country's that can host trackers. I thought that Sweden ( at least of late, that is), China, and I think the Philipeans (correct me if I"m wrong on that here) and maybe some others were just the last few remaining.

I didn't know about the SA countrys having little regulation against P2P. Good to see that at least. :)

anon
19.06.09, 19:28
I didn't know about the SA countrys having little regulation against P2P. Good to see that at least. :)

You can be sure of that. :biggrin:

And I should be grateful so it is. Downloading something fearing you will be sent an infringement letter, get disconnected or even jailed must feel really bad. :eek:

desodorante
19.06.09, 21:06
You can be sure of that. :biggrin:

And I should be grateful so it is. Downloading something fearing you will be sent an infringement letter, get disconnected or even jailed must feel really bad. :eek:

We did have the Kazaa warnings a few years ago.....and some scammers made fake warning letters, remember? Otherwise we are ok.
Of course people, we have shitty ISPs here too :biggrin:, perhaps shittier than most of yours :klatsch_3:. We get filtered, blocked, ripped off and sometimes the connection sucks! And there a was a failed 4gb/month system a couple of years ago. And is sort of expensive.
Anyway I'm glad BTArg is "vivito y coleando" (alive and kicking) :wink:

anon
19.06.09, 21:08
Of course people, we have shitty ISPs here too :biggrin:, perhaps shittier than most of yours :klatsch_3:. We get filtered, blocked, ripped off and sometimes the connection sucks! And there a was a failed 4gb/month system a couple of years ago. And is sort of expensive.

Don't forget shaping. Fibertel, "you go faster"... to cancel your service.

desodorante
19.06.09, 21:56
Don't forget shaping. Fibertel, "you go faster"... to cancel your service.

Fibertel sucks, but not as much as Arnet, Sion and Telecentro. Speedy on the other side, can be great or terrible, depending on where you live.
Anyway I always call them (Speedy) and say I don't want the service anymore because I can't afford it, and they extend the promotional price for a few months. I've been doing it since 2006 :biggrin:. Until they said they won't extend it anymore, offered me a discount on an upgrade from 512k to 1mb, and I agreed. 3 weeks later I received a letter saying "We double the speed of 512k connections for free!! Enjoy your 1mb connection" I felt so pwned!!

anon
19.06.09, 22:02
Anyway I always call them (Speedy) and say I don't want the service anymore because I can't afford it, and they extend the promotional price for a few months.

Fibertel does that too. I have heard of someone getting 5Mbit for the price of 1 by threatening to cancel his subscription in the (now defunct) P2P-Shaping forums... a bit ironic, isn't it?

Sometimes their DNS servers also go down and this renders your connection almost useless if you don't know about OpenDNS, for example, or your IP range doesn't allow custom servers.

My theory is that all of our ISPs are so overloaded that they have to engage on shaping and filtering to avoid having to buy better equipment. You can "feed" 10 people that use their connection for surfing and e-mailing if you shape a P2Per - and they all pay the same. From a commercial point of view this is a great move. :mad:


"We double the speed of 512k connections for free!! Enjoy your 1mb connection" I felt so pwned!!

Not just them... "the future owed us one" :tongue:

desodorante
19.06.09, 23:27
Fibertel does that too. I have heard of someone getting 5Mbit for the price of 1 by threatening to cancel his subscription in the (now defunct) P2P-Shaping forums... a bit ironic, isn't it?

Try it, beating the system feels great! :biggrin:
A friend of mine had free ADSL from 2002 to 2007 because Telefonica forgot to "disconnect" the digital line (I quote it because they charge you for installing the "digitallity"(?) of your line)


Sometimes their DNS servers also go down and this renders your connection almost useless if you don't know about OpenDNS, for example, or your IP range doesn't allow custom servers.

I heard about OpenDNS, but didn't know it could do that! :smile:


My theory is that all of our ISPs are so overloaded that they have to engage on shaping and filtering to avoid having to buy better equipment. You can "feed" 10 people that use their connection for surfing and e-mailing if you shape a P2Per - and they all pay the same. From a commercial point of view this is a great move. :mad:

You are right, specially for Arnet and Ciudad Internet. Remember they offered 3mb and 5mb? You could hardly squeeze 2mb on non-peak hours.


Not just them... "the future owed us one" :tongue:

LOL, we are in the future! 1999 Cable speeds are so futuristic!

anon
19.06.09, 23:30
A friend of mine had free ADSL from 2002 to 2007 because Telefonica forgot to "disconnect" the digital line (I quote it because they charge you for installing the "digitallity"(?) of your line)

You mean digitalization? That's one of the things preventing me from switching to DSL. You need to pay your phone company for it and the ISP for their service, and when there's no Internet connectivity both companies start blaming each other :eek13:

Haggar
20.06.09, 01:20
Good tracker, somewhat localized content, will appeal mostly to spanish speakers. Not many HD or lossless audio content, but i like it very much. Strong point is the DVDR(mostly dvd5) category. Friendly people and community, recommended.

SealLion
20.06.09, 04:35
If you think fibertel blows, you should try my ISP some time.
It really blows.

I was told I was gonna get 50 percent faster download than what I have now.

Ya.
Right.


Thinking of trying some other iSP.

Like maybe one from Mars or someplace.

Man, I wouldn't be surprised that getting a connection over to Mars would be faster to download from than from who I'm with right now.



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DarkSaibot v.1.3.10
20.06.09, 09:18
Thinking of trying some other iSP.

Like maybe one from Mars or someplace.

Man, I wouldn't be surprised that getting a connection over to Mars would be faster to download from than from who I'm with right now.


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:smile:
Well...look's like i'm connected to a Kligonian ISP.I have payd 50e per install with 2 MB download speed.

Yeah right..i'm donwloading with 200kbs when the wind don't blow very fast.

My Isp it's like Dark Vader, little,slowly and breath hard. :34:

desodorante
20.06.09, 17:54
You mean digitalization? That's one of the things preventing me from switching to DSL. You need to pay your phone company for it and the ISP for their service, and when there's no Internet connectivity both companies start blaming each other :eek13:

Yes, that's what I mean, I just tried to make it sound as ridiculous as it is, since it is not something to install, but to activate in any case.
ANd yes, even if you hire Speedy from Telefonica, even them will redirect you to eachother. It actually happened to me, my ADSL went to dial up speeds because of a ticking sound (a short in the line), thank god the line started to make static noises and the guys from 114 believed me it was the line and not Speedy.

anon
20.06.09, 19:47
Thinking of trying some other iSP.

Like maybe one from Mars or someplace.

Man, I wouldn't be surprised that getting a connection over to Mars would be faster to download from than from who I'm with right now.

I think I know which one you're talking about... Have you tried uTorrent 1.9? Have heard it can speed things up.