1. Hyperz

    Hyperz Well-Known Member Respected

    Feb 8, 2009
    Small update. I originally wasn't going add in support for user/personal sites such as WordPress+DooPlay-based streaming sites but I've already had people contacting me about it. Considering having your own site is a good way to get traffic to your videohost links it makes sense for a lot of people to have one. Therefore it also makes sense to want this script to be able to submit links to it. Not to mention the way the script is designed, it only needs a "LinkSubmitter" plugin for a site in order to support and submit links to it.

    However, I don't own a DooPlay site and I really don't want to deal with running a half-broken nulled version locally. Much less waste time nulling it myself. So I'm looking for someone who currently has a DooPlay site up and running and wouldn't mind giving me access to it (temporarily). All I need is to be able to submit a handful of links so I can reproduce the process in Python, and then test the implementation.

    Beyond that the bot is getting close to being finished. I've been running it mostly 24/7 for the past 2 weeks or so to make sure it's working as expected. And it does :). Support for a bunch of more sites has been added, including PrimeWire (finally). Depending on the type of content I estimate links appear on at least 20+ sites, that's including indexers and search engines such as Alluc. Support for adult content has been added. Replaced the hard-coded remote upload process with a modular one. Meaning it's no longer purely an Openload bot but has the ability to support any videohost. Right now links get uploaded to both Openload and Streamango, but again, support for any other host can now easily be added. Also did an initial optimization pass and changed the caching from in-memory to on-disk. In a worst case scenario it's currently at least 10x lighter than anything Selenium-based and at the same time at least 10x faster. And thanks to the bot being headless (again, no Selenium) it can actually be run from a remote shell (Linux VPS/dedi/cloud) or as a cronjob.

    Once again, if you have a DooPlay site please contact me, thanks :).

    Edit: never mind, the DooPlay thing has been sorted out.
    Last edited: Nov 12, 2017

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