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Old April 28th, 2002
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Post Already Requested Features (Constantly Updated).

This is a list of most of the already requested features.
Please refer to it before posting a new suggestion.
(I'm adding links to some of them, be patient.)

General -
¤ Skin Support (1)
¤ Password protected adult filter. (1)
¤ Show accurate horizon statistics (for leaves too)
¤ Integrated video player
¤ Allow preferences to be imported/exported
¤ Capture crash information, for reporting
¤ Make Client Multi-Language
¤ Dynamic domain name support. (1)

Connection -
¤ If a user selects "Modem" as his/her choice of connection, then automatically set "ultrapeer capabilities" to disabled.
¤ Autodetect and force IP address.
¤ Anonymity Options
- Add selection to Hide last one or two octets of your address to users who request it. (add to next version of gnutella protocol?)

Chatting -
¤ Place a name in your client, for chatting.
¤ Away message for Chat reply
¤ Timestamp for chat window. (1)
¤ Chat alert sound/chime. (1)

Network Health -
¤ Limit swarm downloading for Modem(56k) users to 2 slots per download.
¤ Encrypted File Transfers between users(via Blowfish/Twofish & simple Key Exchange, similar to SecureIM in Trillian.).

Content/Searching -
¤ Implement Less than/Equal to/Greater than searches (Music -> Greater Than -> 160, all music 160 and more will be searched).
¤ Re-implement the "browse host" feature
¤ Add remote download queueing
¤ Dynamic result sorting
¤ Hashing
¤ Eliminate "Incoming Searches" window.
¤ Bogus File Filter - (Unshare, and dont search for music or movies under 20kb in size) Do file integrety checks. Verify MP3 files as actually being music, etc... (1)
¤ Related File Searching (1)
¤ AV Signing of Shared Files (1)

Downloads -
¤ Estimate Time Remaining for Downloads.
¤ More Agressive Swarm Downloading. (1, 2, 3)
¤ More Agressive Download resuming.
¤ "About User" (get):
- Users current # of Downloads
- Users current # of Uploads
- Connection Speed
- % Bandwidth Upload Amount
- MB Shared, # Files Shared
- IP Address (Hiding Last Octet.)
¤ (Pause/Resume/Cancel/Find More Sources) options in right click, for Downloads.
¤ An indication that your download attempt was block by the "Anti Freeloader" option.
¤ Add option for Virus scanning of files (go!zilla style, query Norton/McAfee/Whatever to scan just the one file.) (1)

Uploads -
¤ Estimate Time Remaining for Uploads
¤ Special "Express" Upload slots for files 500k or less. (1)
¤ Turn off "upload limit reached" messages (1)

Anti-Freeloading -
¤ Implement a rating system which allows the exchange of host ratings peer-to-peer; for example, if host 'A' shares a file with host 'B', host 'B' could broadcast a positive rating across the network which includes the file size, download time, etc.; ratings would be kept on individual hosts and shared via the network.
¤ Add the following bandwith types: 56k, Dual ISDN, Cable/DSL, T1, T3.
¤ Ask the user during install if he/she wishes to "share files with people who dont" and if he/she says no, then set freeloader filter to "rarely" and minimum files as 10.
¤ If a user is 56k, dont mark them as a freeloader, and have upload and download caps that would keep a cable user from saying that he/she is 56k.
¤ If a user selects "Modem" as his/her choice of connection, then automatically set an unchangable total -download- bandwith cap of 10Kb/second.
¤ If a user selects "Dual ISDN" as his/her choice of connection, then automatically set an unchangable total -download- bandwith cap of 20Kb/second.
¤ If a user sets Start Upload slots to 0, Max Upload slots to 0, or Max Uploads per person to 0, then mark that person as a freeloader.
¤ Have an unchangable minimum of 1 "express" upload slot (for any bandwith)(see above, uploads).
¤ Display pop-up notices encouraging users to share if they're not.

Last edited by NiGHTSFTP; May 4th, 2002 at 03:54 PM.
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Old August 13th, 2006
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Join Date: August 13th, 2006
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Lightbulb Make "Show Incoming Searches" seperate optional tab

Please do not eliminate this feature as was apparently suggested by someone else!

Give it a tab of its own equal to that of "Search", "Monitor", "Connection", and "Library" and put a simple toggle for in in the "View" menu under "Show/Hide" so those who don't like it can turn it off.

Also, when I don't have the box checked to show the streaming incoming searches that are way too fast to read, how about showing me the text in something other than grey are pastel so I can read it easier. Maybe you could also give me an option to copy it to Windows clipboard.

Even nicer would be able to specify whether I want to see all incoming searches or just music searches, images searches, or video searches.

These features would better help me server my fellow P2P community member needs and wants.
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Old August 13th, 2006
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Wink Add option giving bandwidth preference to hi qty sharers

I'd like an option to give upload bandwidth percentage preference to those sharing more files and also 2 extra optional columns in the monitor tab to display the preference and one to show the number of files being shared by the other user.
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Old August 13th, 2006
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Default Clearer Explanation and Control over Rarely & Always Allow Freeloaders

Just how does your software decide what rarely is? I want to know how, and I want more control over this. The people who share more file, especially quality files, deserve to be rewarded in every way possible, yet it is still important to give those who are starting out a chance to build an inventory.
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Old August 14th, 2006
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Default FreeLoaders & stats

Anti-Freeloading
Is it really a possibility in the future, that if I turn off all download slots & user downloads temporarily while I download something, I'll be labelled a FREELOADER, even though 99.99% I'm sharing my files?

Freeloaders In General:
I actually would prefer a way to turn that feature completely off. I have regular users that have 0 files, and I don't care because we all have to start somewhere. And for folks like me that share incremental updates daily/weekly, it wouldn't make sense to block anyone, period.

I realize some folks hate freeloaders, but some of us don't, so please don't make this a one-sided issue.

Thanks
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