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(They're still adding features, so I'm gonna consider them "alpha quality"...ie: Expect bugs up the wazoo.) Suffice to say, PG2 is an example of how NOT to run a potential open source software project.Its really one guy doing all the development work in a closed source manner, isn't it?As of right now ( PM EST on 8/9/09) the servers belonging to Phoenix Labs appear to be down - or at least extremely slow to respond - and have apparently been so for most of the weekend thus far.Since Peer Block still defaults to using the old Peer Guardian lists hosted by Phoenix Labs, this means that Peer Block may not be able to update its lists.Noticed 2 days ago that I cannot update the P2P list when trialing this program.Same issue for the developing Peer Block program as it access the same URLs.Here's the mapping of which i Blocklist list to use to replace each Peer Guardian one: That's all there is to it, really.
BLM has had one and that was because Blutack was changing over to the new servers. action=threads_search&f=87&q=pg2 – of course didn't block whirlpool – it's for P2P apps which have nothing to do with browsing whirlpool.I suspect Peer Block is going to be more successful in the long run.(Assuming they keep bringing regular releases and fix bugs in a timely manner)...They seem to follow the open source development model with the buglist and being more open about their intentions. It isn't only used for P2P and that's why your posts trying to convince people BLM is a valid substitute for PG2 fail.Not all of us use blocklists solely for P2P purposes. Trying to convince people PG2 is crap for the sake of it, is just major FAIL.
You have to have those programs for BLM to work its magic. that would be nice if it actually BLOCKED anything which it apparently doesnt..work, guys..