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#27466 27-Oct-2008 13:56
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Hi guys,

As you are no doubt aware things are a tight squeeze on the old international bandwidth front and I've been working out a solution (well others have but I'm here to collaborate things) which should make things better.

If you are a) an Xnet user and b) Use Bittorrent for your P2P, then I'd like to speak with you privately to involve you in this project - there's no downside and this is very much an Xnet-friendly activity - I'm even attempting to involve them so we can push this a little more widely once a few I's are dotted and T's crossed.



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  #173851 27-Oct-2008 14:03
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Sounds interesting, how would you like to contact us? IRC? MSN?

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  #173853 27-Oct-2008 14:08
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you can use "" for emailing me or msn'ing me.

oh and yes I'm aware posting that email address could bring nasties to my inbox - and I say to them "BRING IT".


{MOD : SP : Email address re-instated as the OP is quite happy for the associated harvesting of it to occur}


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  #173868 27-Oct-2008 16:10
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So your looking at collecting a group of users to share magnetic links of the files your downloading.

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  #173869 27-Oct-2008 16:22
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hellonearthisman- actually no, nothing of that sort.


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  #173878 27-Oct-2008 17:34

Maybe providing a bit more information would move it along faster and users would be more willing to contact you?

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  #173893 27-Oct-2008 18:23
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I will open this up by doing just that once I've spent a few days with those willing users I have, but I'm happy with the level of interest I'm receiving and for the moment will choose to leave it out of here.



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  #174094 28-Oct-2008 15:31
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I smell a Government conspiracy.....

Yer not Judith Tizard are you???


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#174151 28-Oct-2008 16:57
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Funny, well if letting you think that encourages you all the more to vote for a change of government I'm not so sure I want to outright deny it ;) ;)

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  #174165 28-Oct-2008 17:36
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sent you a PM, looking forward to your respnose..

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