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    n00b BT Rep: +23BT Rep +23BT Rep +23BT Rep +23BT Rep +23
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    who knows exactly the sites in which it is allowed?
    I just want to dedicate more there to gain extra uploads for future purpose
    as far as I know, filelist, torrentdamage,torrentbytes, hdbits, bitmetv, fsc,iplay, ftwr,czone, wb , did not mention hit and run in their faq
    what about the others?
    I do not have to make too many uploads if hit and run is not allowed there.......

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    Is this a serious question?
    Hit and Run is allowed on all public trackers but when it is not mentioned in the FAQ of the private trackers that you mentioned, it does not mean that they will not warn you when you do this constantly...
    And how do you want to get extra uploads for future purpose when you do H&R??

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    of course , I do not hit and run constantly
    the fact is that I do not want to get a 1:1 everytime, sometime, I may seed to 3:1, or even more, but the other time, I need to close the connection as soon as I get the file downloaded

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    "you don't have to keep a good ratio for all torrent you downloaded but overall"
    this is from irc channel of most of the tracker.

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    you shouldn't hit & run anyway, no matter what. this is what file sharing is all about...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ewerest View Post
    "you don't have to keep a good ratio for all torrent you downloaded but overall"
    this is from irc channel of most of the tracker.
    yeh, this is what I want, but this is not according to the definition and sprit of hit and run

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    I never hit and run.
    I plan to seed all of the torrents I have seeding right now (200 or so) so that they are all at least ratio 1. And then finally get rid of them. Might take forever. hahaha

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    it's good to seed 1:1 but sometimes it can be imposible since there is no leechers for very old content.
    but atleast you have to keep them seeding for a while.but if there are alot seeders to make sure that file is downloadable for future request you may stop seeding.
    but dont forget to keep a good ratio with content with many leechers

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    you can hit and run to your hearts content on oink's just as long as you keep a reasonable overall ratio

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    Yeah its best to keep 1:1 atleast then cut connection. If you must then reseed when you turn your computer back on again.
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