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    Files hosted on encode.su and geocites.com are lost!

    I've noticed that links on Matt's LTCB page to Ilia's encoders are broken. Those links are also present in encode's posts on this forum (probably imported from old forum database). For example:
    http://www.encode.su/downloads/fpaq0p.zip
    http://www.encode.su/downloads/fpaq0m.zip

    Also, geocities.com portal was closed, so entire LovePimple's programs repository is also lost.

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    For future, I can suggest something like Dropbox. Files will always available.

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    Yeah, right. Always until DropBox dies / looses them / deletes them / gets closed by copyright or other lawyers / whatever else happens.
    Storing them together with the forum should be more reliable as long as it's well managed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piotr Tarsa View Post
    Also, geocities.com portal was closed, so entire LovePimple's programs repository is also lost.
    Some programs are still available here...

    http://lovepimple.110mb.com/

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    I have some older (mainly 2007-2009) compressors/archivers as well.
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    I am... Black_Fox... my discontinued benchmark
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