A different set of samples could see them in a much different order.
Quote Knowing Roberto it will be only a few hours into the 22nd of September My former record, on the 128kbps test, was 3 hours after the closure. I plan to break it this time. (By having as much as possible ready at the closure time)
Knowing Roberto it will be only a few hours into the 22nd of September
An idea to even further simplify things:You could include wget in the distribution and make batch files that download the sample packages. There could be a "doall.bat" file that downloads all packages and runs the encoding/decoding, but I guess you will create more traffic that way, while not every downloaded sample is put to use.
First, once the script starts running, you can't stop it anymore. If you do, there's no way to continue from where you left off.
Second, people that are on dial up and want to test only one or two samples would get pissed, because you can only start processing after you finished downloading.
And testing such a batch script would be a pain
Thanks for your suggestion but I believe that it's not really feasible