BitTorrent Sync (btsync) is an outstanding product in active development. Btsync works almost entirely ‘out of the box’ as a peer-to-peer, media distribution tool. Adequate support is available is available via Btsync’s own User Guide and FAQ . I will herein clarify the specifications for joining The No Agenda Show’s distributed distribution efforts so that YOU! too can help propagate the formula.
Find the Package
Install the Package
Syncing The No Agenda Show
Your version of the btsync application and it’s corresponding graphical user interface (gui) may be different than mine (Linux i386). My PC/Desktop gui is web-based and accessible via a web browser. I will not replicate Btsync’s User Guide, which quite effectively explains the topic of “Adding folders to sync” and “Staying synchronized”.
Since the keys we are concerned with here are public, I will refer to them as Shared Keys from here on out. In addition to plugging in your chosen Shared Key, the application will ask you to pick a folder on your computer’s hard drive (or any storage device) to store the files your receive via btsync. Our two publicly shared folders are known as No Agenda Show (aka latest) and No Agenda Show Archive.
The No Agenda Show (aka Latest) shared folder is intended to always have one(1) episode in it – the latest episode. When a new episode arrives in the folder, it will take the place of the previously most recent episode. This folder is initially seeded by the honorable podfather and exponentially trickles into a deluge.
No Agenda Show (aka Latest) Shared Key: RMH37SO4ZAJQORGFO7Z3TAIXY2CQYODHE
The No Agenda Show Archive shared folder, at the time of this writing, consists of 44 gigabytes initially seeded by Eric the Schill @ No Agenda Nation. Eric has been maintaining one of a few stable No Agenda Show Archives for some time now and his collection spans Episodes 1 – 535.
No Agenda Show Archive Shared Key: R5NSJBPWKW52OO5HCY27JUHKZSKOFAR2D