What is it: A Usenet Binary News Indexer. What's it do: The object of it is the same as newzbin.com. It will connect to an NNTP (Network News Transfer Protocol) server and pick up all the headers of the articles in several groups. The headers are then saved in the MySQL DB and users will be able to search through them on the website. It will also have features where poster users can categorize the different article headers and post them with corresponding titles. This will make search easier and more reliable for users. It will include different user back-ends. There will be many more features in the future for it. The users will be then able to download the Message IDs and open them in a compatible newsreader and leech the news. It would really help to know what it is if you take a look at newzbin.com. Overall it will be quite like [url removed, login to view], other than it will be a free service. I have done a lot of research on how this project will work and it shouldn't be hard at all. If you're curious to what Newsgroups are read here: [url removed, login to view]
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