Many BitTorrent users would agree with me when I say that TTi.nu (The Internationals) was one of the best General/0Day trackers that were around. TTi was one of the many private trackers hosted in Sweden which was once considered a safe heaven for file sharing. However. The Pirate Bay’s defeat in court changed everything and TTi too were caught in the storm – they decided not to index any copyrighted material and become a ‘legal only’ torrent site. Needless to say this wasn’t a very popular decision among the site’s users. However the good news is that normalcy has returned to TTi – they are now tracking scene releases and zero day material just like in the good old days.
As we reported earlier, this change was on the cards for some time. Public signups,which were open since TTi became legal only, closed on the 28th of May and by 29th Requests and Offers features of the tracker had been implemented again. And by today (30th of May), TTi has begun tracking releases made by scene groups. All former torrent categories have returned and it’s expected that TTi will go on to become that great general tracker with tons of packs and exclusive releases it used to be in no time.
As for new registrations, they are closed : “Update: Signups are now CLOSED! You can still invite people though, but who knows for how long? “. If you’ve been reading FILEnetworks Blog, you might have already created an account on TTi when you had the chance - we warned in advance that signups would close soon (in our previous article). There is no reason to believe that this tracker would open its door to the public in the near future. They already have a 20K+ user base and it hardly ever opened up when it was in full swing anyways. Finally best wishes for the ‘new old TTi’ from TEAM FILEnetworks.