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anon
26.06.10, 00:04
Hey there,

we plan to extend vBSEO's acronym feature (hover your mouse for the full name to appear as a tooltip; example: SEO) to include the most used ones in this forum, which would prevent questions like "what is VEM"?

Of course we know a lot of them (VEM, RM, mR, DHT, PEX, etc.), but the job is easier if you give us a hand. As the title says, in this thread you may post the most used acronyms in the cheating and torrenting world, and what they stand for. The more the better :top:

Thanks in advance!

Blocker
26.06.10, 00:09
GT= GreedyTorrent ( cheating tool)

GTR= GreedyTorrent Randomizer

SB-I=SB-Innovation

FSF=FileShareFreak

FST=FileSharingTalk

Mihai
26.06.10, 11:48
WM=Waffles Method
RM=Ratio Master
MR=M Ratio

cheatos
26.06.10, 11:54
RMR = RatioMaster Restarter
RMeX = RatioMaster eXtender
RF=RatioFaker

what about Torrent tracker acronym ? i think that would also be a good idea?

The248
26.06.10, 12:46
MR=M Ratio
Sorry but that's not correct.
People just write it wrong all the time.

it's mR from mRatio :happy:

Mihai
26.06.10, 12:49
Sorry but that's not correct.
People just write it wrong all the time.

it's mR from mRatio :happy:

My bad.Sorry:smile:

hellman
26.06.10, 12:54
Sorry but that's not correct.
People just write it wrong all the time.

it's mR from mRatio :happy:

some write it as MR too:wink2:

tokiodrift1
26.06.10, 13:49
~td1 - tokiodrift1
td1 - tokiodrift1

:biggrin:

C3PO
26.06.10, 14:03
RMR = RatioMaster Restarter
RMeX = RatioMaster eXtender
RF=RatioFaker

what about Torrent tracker acronym ? i think that would also be a good idea?

I think there is one such thread already?

system28
26.06.10, 14:12
I think there is one such thread already?

http://www.sb-innovation.de/f56/tracker-acronyms-6054/

cheatos
26.06.10, 14:15
I think there is one such thread already?


http://www.sb-innovation.de/f56/tracker-acronyms-6054/

Yes i know there is one,

i meant to add Torrent tracker acronym to this new feature like the SEO word

anon
26.06.10, 17:42
what about Torrent tracker acronym ? i think that would also be a good idea?

You can suggest those of popular trackers if you want, but we may take that info from the already mentioned thread anyway...

Thanks for the feedback so far!

anon
29.06.10, 21:01
Bump.

hellman
29.06.10, 21:16
sbf = sbfreak :lol:
gf = ghost fucker

saebrtooth
30.06.10, 05:05
some write it as MR too:wink2:

u cant go wrong when the creator of the tool says "This is how it is"

---------- Post added at 05:05 ---------- Previous post was at 03:22 ----------

SB-innovation
SB-i, SB-I, SBI, sbi

Ratio Master's Memory Reader
+MR, rmmr, RMMR



which would prevent questions like "what is VEM"?

If we go too far into using vBSEO that mean we cant make jokes like
new user: wtf is VEM?
saebrtooth: Venereal Enhanced Malehood

hmm thats something really to consider.

Vuze-Sbi
30.06.10, 07:43
l33t: Secret tracker :) ie:Sex,Cosa Nostra ...

btw full explanation :


As the Internet was coming into its own, during the early 1980s, hackers that didn't want their websites, newsgroups, etc, to be picked up in a simple keyword search began using numbers to replace certain letters (mostly vowels) such as A = 4 or E = 3. At this point, l33t speak was only known to a select few and only used when necessary. However, in 1994, id Software began to add Internet connectivity to Doom and Doom II, leading to a revolution in PC gaming and also to the rise of l33t speak. As with any type of competition, 'smack' talk became prevalent in online gaming. Phrases such as 'I am elite' became common place, and somewhere down the line l33t speak crept in, reforming the phrase into '1 4m 3l1t3' in order to demonstrate that the speaker was a hacker and someone to be feared. It was further exaggerated by purposeful bad spelling and eventually wound up as something like this, '1 4m 3l33t!' and simplified to, '1 4m 133t'. Hence the name 'l33t speak'. l33t speak was still relatively unknown to the Internet masses at this point. It had almost disappeared from gaming entirely. However, a very popular web comic called Megatokyo brought l33t speak into mainstream with its infamous speak l33t? comic. These days l33t speak is very well known to the hardcore Internet community (especially gamers). As you've already seen, basic l33t is just replacing vowels with numbers: A = 4 E = 3 I = 1 O = 0 However l33t is a very flexible 'language' and you can go from this very basic...
Source:Urban Dictionary

anon
30.06.10, 14:17
If we go too far into using vBSEO that mean we cant make jokes like
new user: wtf is VEM?
saebrtooth: Venereal Enhanced Malehood

hmm thats something really to consider.

You can still do it on people that don't bother to put their mouse cursor over the underlined acronym. :lol:


l33t: Secret tracker :)

Not an acronym but rather an adjective...

anon
01.07.10, 23:26
Some additions:
rm
mr
wm
pmr
gt
gtr
sb-i, sbi
fsf
fst
sbf

(Thanks, Rebound)

More feedback is welcome, of course.

fakeking
11.07.10, 14:16
anon, i think you forget to configure acronym for GT just GTR

anon
11.07.10, 17:37
GT was causing problems, since "gt" is part of the "code" for the greater than (>) symbol.

saebrtooth
12.07.10, 12:07
these acronyms arent case sensitive ye?

anon
12.07.10, 13:07
No, they aren't:
rm
RM
wm
WM

saebrtooth
12.07.10, 14:39
No, they aren't:
rm
RM
wm
WM
Then at least we can say we tried


Sorry but that's not correct.
People just write it wrong all the time.

it's mR from mRatio :happy:

and its a limitation/feature of vBSEO

C3PO
21.07.10, 20:01
GA = Giveaway maybe?