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To participate, you can edit the article attached to this page, or visit the project page.On the Demonoid forums, a thread was started on "the meaning of Demonoid".Maybe you're just self-righteously attacking piracy, and there are arguments to be made there sure, but you're not exactly helping your cause with blatantly false accusations. Maybe if you're downloading the new Simple Plan album the 9-year-old that posted it didn't tag it properly, I dunno.Phil Urich , 25 September 2007 (UTC)I know this is the discussion page and all, but can we refrain from providing opinions on things that don't have any bearing on the subject at hand (i.e.Mr Vibrating , 26 October 2007 (UTC) I'm a member of and other than bit rate consistency, album uploads on both are pretty much the same.It's not that big of a problem because most people like to tag and name their files their own way. You can't change the bit rate, which is why and those other prestigious private music trackers adhere to super-strict standards. LOTRrules , 25 September 2007 (UTC) is reporting on their site the following November 9th, "The CRIA threatened the company renting the servers to us, and because of this it is not possible to keep the site online. A no name site in Netherlands has a blog about being down. However Torrent Freak Decided upon there own free will to further spread this and rumors. To prove this is quite easy..." - [The Circuit Box] According to Zeropaid.com, "'Supposedly "major server failures" were to blame and not the CRIA, meaning that Demonoid should be back very soon.'" The link is here, but for some reason, the article is missing. Sellers , 28 September 2007 (UTC)The site went offline on June 4, 2008. All that was displayed was "Installing some hardware - We'll be back." But as of the time of typing this comment, the site is back up.
I just made this a REDIRECT to preserve the edit history, I'll let the admins merge and mop up, etc.
A moderator said that name was meant to be demo-noid (not demon-oid),as the site was originally meant for sharing demos. At some point he created demo-noid, a community for unsigned heavy metal bands, where they could share their demo tapes.
And I quote: It was originally created to share demos. Two other moderators confirmed this, and then Umlauf said: Deimos created the site. The same domain was used later for this site The logo came later.
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