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ToNneTje June 29th, 2011 03:07 PM

FrostWire ‘Kills’ Gnutella to Go All BitTorrent
 
Just found this article:

http://torrentfreak.com/frostwire-ki...orrent-110627/

This could mean 2 things: the Gnutella-network is gonna lose a lot of users OR available Gnutella-clients can welcome a lot of new users for their client!

Developer(s) of Phex, take this opportunity with 2 hands, let's bring out a new version of Phex soon and become (in near future) a big player at the Gnutella-network!

Hope there will be some "Gnutella-loving" developers that wants to help the Phex team with this :xeri_ok1ani:

Sleepless June 29th, 2011 03:27 PM

I wonder what the FW devs will do once all their users switch to a conjunction between some other Gnutella client and one of the probably 100 better BitTorrent clients.

I very much agree now is the time for a new Phex release.

ToNneTje June 30th, 2011 04:41 AM

probably 100 better BitTorrent clients.

True, most Bittorrent-clients that i know are much better. FW will lose a lot of users with this...

I very much agree now is the time for a new Phex release.

Agree, now is the time for Phex to step out the big FW-shadow, a new version, some promotion (blogs, forums, twitter) will give Phex a very big boost :xeri_ok1ani:

I hope some (FW) developers that are unhappy with the new FW-future (i'm pretty sure some of them are) will be interested in helping the Phex project...

ToNneTje July 9th, 2011 05:35 AM

FrostWire 5.0.7 is out and a lot of people don't like this new "BitTorrent only" version!

GregorK July 10th, 2011 01:24 AM

I will publish the latest snapshot once I have time. Do you think 3.4.2.148 is stable enough?

ToNneTje July 10th, 2011 06:10 AM

Yes i think it is, i'm using it under Ubuntu (11.04) and as far i can judge i don't have any problems with it...

I think you can remove the export option to include freebase ip-cache because freebase seems to be "dead" :(

Is the Polar Skulk option stilll active? I like the idea behind this but i seems to be "dead" too (cooperation with a site like Jamendo or another site would be great!)

Maybe it's an idea to "block" some extensions by default, most of them are fakefiles.
The extensions that i block in the filter are:

.torrent .wma .rar .zip .mov .r00 .exe .uue .au .snd .qt

With these extenions in my filter i almost never get fakefiles anymore! :xeri_ok1ani:

Most people search for regular music/video files so for them the searchresults will be a lot better! (offcourse they can edit the filter to remove extensions again if they want).

king1964 July 18th, 2011 07:11 AM

any mac version ?

ToNneTje July 18th, 2011 07:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by king1964 (Post 364305)
any mac version ?

There's a MAC version (stable Phex version): Phex - Download

:xeri_ok1ani:

king1964 July 18th, 2011 08:12 AM

not needed an stable version , latest svn is oke for me...........a bit newer might be an good idear

alrady run the latest stable release for an long time

ToNneTje July 18th, 2011 09:23 AM

Maybe this helps you: http://www.phex.org/wiki/index.php/B...rom_Subversion

I really don't know if it works for MAC systems (i'm using Linux).


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