The Pirate BayThe oldest torrent on The Pirate Bay is recognized film Revolution OS, devoted to open source software.

On the eve of its tenth anniversary, the resource The Pirate Bay has assessed the oldest torrents are still active after more than nine years of the project.

It is noteworthy that the oldest now in the hand of torrents is not associated with popular music and Hollywood blockbusters, and with the documentary Revolution OS, which tells the story of the birth of Linux, motion GNU, open and free software.

The film features interviews with Linus Torvalds, Richard Stallman, Eric Raymond, Bruce Perens and many other participants in the development of free and open source software. Torrent with the film was downloaded 31 March 2004 and is still in demand.

Among other records marked the largest torrent through which organized download archive project, after closing it by Yahoo in 2010. Upload size on the torrent of data is 641.32 GB. Torrent has the smallest size 3 kb and contains crack for Adobe Photoshop.

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jrepin writes “After nearly 9 years of seeding The Pirate Bay’s oldest working torrent is still very much alive. Interestingly, the torrent is not a …

The Pirate Bay turns ten this year and while it has been the target of controversy for a while already, TorrenFreak went about to look for one of …