Fall is water-related, so is torrent, so that's that.
Every torrent application ever is retarded
Yes, there's libtorrent.
Yes, there are dozens of remotes for Vuze, uTorrent, Deluge and whatnot.
But they're all missing the point :)
What fallacious is all about
Fallacious intends to make it as easy as possible to search for torrents, queue theme, manage priorities, and stream them from the confort of your web browser.
Fallacious is composed of separate parts:
- A torrent daemon - pretty much like libtorrent or uTorrent-server, except it's got a nice REST API so you can just throw requests at it and manage your list of torrents.
- A web application that connects to that torrent daemon and has a nice HTML+CSS+JS (or dare I say, HTML5?) interface to it.
The daemon should:
- Support multi-files torrents (doh!)
- Support seeding (duh.)
- Support prioritizing files in torrents
- Support pause/play
- Support bandwidth caps
- Support intra-block prioritizing to allow streaming
- Support serving files via a built-in HTTP server
The app should:
- Support torrent search from multiple providers (Torrentz, but also fallbacks) and present them in a unified, nice way
- Interface with fallacious-daemon nicely, with a 'File list' view but also why not a 'TV Shows' list and a 'Movies' list.. maybe even music? Although that isn't the primary goal, it would be interesting.
- Allow access to the HTTP streaming URLs that fallacious-daemon exposes, so that they can be opened either in external players (mplayer, vlc, etc.) or in the web app (e.g. jPlayer)