Various Unmetered File Lists from Australian ISP’s

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  1. Contagious2142

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    Heya,
    I previously posted my website (http://slightly-broken.com), since then made some changes and added more unmetered content.
    It is under construction, however it is usable... Take a look at it here: http://slightly-broken.com and tell me what you think?
    [​IMG]

    Not all the websites are indexed (shared hosting limitations – should be moving to a VPS server soon...) and due to the fact that I’ve changed ISP’s I cannot index Bipgonds file list anymore.

    Bellow are some of the filelists indexed/planing to index.
    Bigpond - 20849 files - only a bigpond customer can index...
    3fl - 1102
    Gamershell - 15480
    Netspace - 59639 - Incomplete
    Internode - 52478 - Incomplete
    iiNet
    Westnet
    FileArena
    DCSI
    Iprimus
    Pacnet - 419492 - Incomplete

    Any sugestions are welcomed.

    Hope you like it :)
     
  2. quickshot84

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    whoa...


    so its a index of all downloadable files from the mentioned sites/mirrors?


    impressive.
     
  3. nexx

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    Is it possible to use my IP address to determine my ISP? And have it automatically selected? :)
     
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    Thanks :)

    Yip (reverse ip lookup), it's a feature that I was thinking of and will implement soon :)
    - like it gets your isp, displays it and lists unmetered filelists (as well as selecting the best one for you [some isp's share/have multiple filelists])
    Thanks for your input :)
     
  5. evilasdeath

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    Can you use some colours in your pie chart other than yellow, light yellow, pale yellow, dark yellow .... on a 2nd look its more orange so orange, light orange, pale orage, dark orange ....
     
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    Ya, thats google charts default colours.

    Shades of blue? multiple colours doesn't look too good but ill see if i can find some good combinations.
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  7. Lasmi

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    Great idea and I'll be using this :thumbup:

    Can you remove the directory name from what's searched or make that an option?
    Can you use keyword tags on each file (or directory) and search using those and also use them as a filter?
    File size?
    Date added? (display new files function)
     
  8. Dimtar

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    Hey Contagious2142

    I like the plan. I have a spare bigpond connection if you need help indexing. Not sure what is involved but i should be able to provide some help.
     
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    Awesome. I can help index Internode if you need anyone to do that.
     
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    Again not sure what is involved but would be able to set up something to index file arena.

    Just out of curiosity what is pacnet why is it unmetered, why are there so many files and who is it unmetered for?

    I'll probably have googled the answer but I have also been know to fail hard at google so any info would be appreciated :D
     
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    From the yellow pie chart, surely Pacnet should change their name to Pacman.

    That's some helpful work.
     
  12. LeadAccelerator

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    Great idea.

    Anything for TPG?
     
  13. dave_dave_dave

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    You sir are a God amongst men for creating this.
     
  14. Dodoman

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    Yeah I would like to know who pacnet is as well. I went to their site (au.pacnet.com) and it was a mish mash of stuff.
     
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    WTH, Pacnet has a huge chunk of un-metered content! what the hell is unmetered for them? the internet? If this is true i think i will have to change ISP's :D
     
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    Where's Optarse??
     
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    Wow some really good stuff being said :)

    I really like this comment:
    Thanks man :)

    Getting there :) - my brothers gonna start learing PHP to help me :)


    Thanks, im hoping to code a java spider that people can download and help spider - i need to find a way to prevent tampering (encryption is the first thing that comes to mind), but first off ill be moving to a new host :)


    HAHA, lol I don't know why i never saw that - what a coincidence.

    http://www.tpg.com.au/games/

    I just see a big "What out soon!" and an image of a website - unless they prevent non tpg customers... or do they have another website that i might have missed?

    hehe's, ya the reason for this is because i left it spidering, but still it's only half done. Internode also has tones of files... The problem im having is that my shared hosting doesn't allow me to upload huge databases (the database on my computer, is over 1 gig in size[temp data counts for a lot])


    hehe's never heard of it and can't find there website in google. Can you provide a link to their file list?


    BTW i've also added this: http://slightly-broken.com/web/

    it's quickly done, ill be updating soooon. I also have to look into the legal side of it.. but im sure google will allow it...


    Well thanks all for the great comments, ill keep coding :)
     
  18. painkiller

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    Pretty sure they host a few linux apt-get servers and stuff.
     
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    I don't think they do any unmetered content.
     
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    I am a bit of a noob - whats all this mean?
     

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