According to Wikipedia, “A seedbox is a private dedicated server used for the uploading and downloading of digital files”. If you are a member of a private torrent tracker, chances are that you’ll already be familiar with seedboxes and other related terminology. But what if you don’t know jack sh1t about them? Or what if you are having trouble with your existing box and need further assistance to properly configure it? Or maybe even help with the purchase of one? #seedbox channel on IPTorrents IRC network might just be what you are looking for. It’s a free help channel that can aid you with basically anything related to seedboxes.
Damn, IPTorrents sure has a lot of beautiful logos it’s almost distracting. Anyways as we said before the #seedbox channel is run by a few helpful folks over at IPT, a veteran private BitTorrent tracker (IPT sure are expanding their IRC network as promised earlier). One of the great things about this help channel is that you don’t have to be a member of the tracker to join it– it’s open to all. Here is a brief description of the chan, as explained by IPT staff:
We, Staff of IPTorrents IRC, last night opened seedbox channel that is about to focus on seedboxes, shells, their users and their problems regarding their boxes. This channel is open for everyone, anyone who is looking for seedbox, anyone who needs help regarding one, also anyone who professionally offers seedboxes or shells, is invited to join us.
Last time I checked, they weren’t sponsored by any seedbox provider and it was a voluntary effort. It’s only been three days since this channel was officially launched and there’s already a fair amount of activity going on. Expect #seedbox to become even more popular with the backing of IPT’s huge user base and specially because of the unique free service they provide.
IRC channel details are as follows:
- Server: irc.iptorrents.com (optionally SSL on port 6697)
- Channel: #seedbox
- Direct Link: irc://irc.iptorrents.com/seedbox
Special thanks to JusticeI and rest of IPT staff for the heads up.
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