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This project is a new fork and is recruiting development help. If you are able to help out please contact us. Jackett works as a proxy server: it translates queries from apps (Sonarr, Radarr, SickRage, CouchPotato, Mylar, DuckieTV, etc) into tracker-site-specific http queries, parses the html response, then sends results back to the requesting software. This allows for getting recent uploads (like RSS) and performing searches. Jackett is a single repository of maintained indexer scraping & translation logic - removing the burden from other apps.
SynoManager is an alternative for the Download Redirector application that is supplied with Synology NAS devices. It offers a much richer user interface with a lot of extra features that the original application doesn't have. It's developed in C#.
spksrc is a cross compilation framework intended to compile and package software for Synology NAS devices. Packages are made available via the SynoCommunity repository. Before opening a new issue, check the FAQ and search open issues. If you can't find an answer, or if you want to open a package request, read CONTRIBUTING to make sure you include all the information needed for contributors to handle your request.
pyLoad is a free and open source downloader for 1-click-hosting sites. It supports link decryption as well as all important container formats. Targeted for headless NASs it is designed to be extremely lightweight, fully customizable and remotely manageable via web interface. You need at least Python 2.5 to run pyLoad and all of these required libraries, unless shipped with pyLoad. They should be automatically installed when using pip install. The prebuilt pyLoad packages also install these dependencies or have them included, so manual install is only needed when installing pyLoad from source.
DuckieTV is an application that takes care of TV-Show addicts by providing a personalized TV-Show calendar. DuckieTV makes sure the information is always up-to-date and gives you an integrated blocking-resistant torrent search to help you get to the right download as easy as possible. With the integrated DuckieTorrent client you can connect DuckieTV to your local Torrent client and be updated on the download progress without switching applications. Support is available for clients of µTorrent/BitTorrent, Aria2, BiglyBT, Deluge, Ktorrent, qBittorrent, rTorrent, Tixati, Transmission and Vuze.
Torrent Search is a cross-platform application, allowing to search for torrent files on different websites. Supported websites are integrated through plugins, which allows to easily extend the number of websites supported.
dhtcrawler is a DHT crawler written in erlang. It can join a DHT network and crawl many P2P torrents. The program save all torrent info into database and provide an http interface to search a torrent by a keyword. dhtcrawler2 is an extended version to dhtcrawler. It has improved a lot on crawling speed, and much more stable.
CouchPotato (CP) is an automatic NZB and torrent downloader. You can keep a "movies I want"-list and it will search for NZBs/torrents of these movies every X hours. Once a movie is found, it will send it to SABnzbd or download the torrent to a specified directory. CouchPotatoServer can be run from source. This will use git as updater, so make sure that is installed.
Notice to devs: If you want to help with some features, Please do it on CouchPotatoServer. CouchPotato (CP) is an automatic NZB and torrent downloader. You can keep a "movies I want"-list and it will search for NZBs/torrents of these movies every X hours. Once a movie is found, it will send it to SABnzbd or download the torrent to a specified directory.
Cloud torrent is a a self-hosted remote torrent client, written in Go (golang). You start torrents remotely, which are downloaded as sets of files on the local disk of the server, which are then retrievable or streamable via HTTP.
Distributed sites have gained much attention lately with systems such as ZeroNet and IPFS, which seem to improve on older systems like Freenet. Building search engines on top of these distributed systems is not quite feasible yet as users need to download the entire site database (usually several hundreds of gigabytes large) before running queries against it.