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Topic # 30706 18-Feb-2009 15:12
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In the good old days of Jetstarter and the likes i used to connect to NZ hubs with dc++ (and even had a shortlived server for a couple of months). There were numerous hubs to connect to, the biggest of the day was silverserver which i see the website is still up.. I just did a quick google and from what i could see there are next to no local hubs apart from silverserver. Does anyone have a NZ or fast AU hublist they could pm me? I know they are raging in university campuses but im guessing they are private internal hubs.

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Reply # 196540 18-Feb-2009 16:18
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I have a mate who is on a private hub... very closed shop ... I can't even get on!




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  Reply # 196545 18-Feb-2009 16:32
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i imagine most the good ones are going to be private.. i need to sort something out tho, end of feburary is near.. just tried silverserver, it wouldnt let me connect.. damn.

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  Reply # 196719 19-Feb-2009 15:25
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"Hey guys i need somewhere else to source my illegal content from"

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  Reply # 196729 19-Feb-2009 16:13
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Dc++ is basicly dead,

there are a few hubs left but nothing like the likes of sliverserver use to be

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  Reply # 196733 19-Feb-2009 16:56
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DC++ is pretty much a redundant technology with the likes of BitTorrent around anywho.
Sometimes it's better to go with the revolution than against it.




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  Reply # 196809 19-Feb-2009 22:39
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Anarkist: DC++ is pretty much a redundant technology with the likes of BitTorrent around anywho.
Sometimes it's better to go with the revolution than against it.


DC++ still has its purpose at lan parties but thats about it.




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