> Yup.  Hopefully a few folks could keep Ruby-related seeds running most
> of the time.  Anyone who's got a home DSL or cable modem could share a
> few megs a day... shouldn't be too burdensome since most BT clients
> allow you to regulate how much data goes out...

Or just keep a seed going on the servers -- the server should, in
theory, never need to send the data more than once at a time, so Bit
Torrent is effectively poor man's multicast.

Some trackers also have the ability to "shield" some peers, only
opening them to transfer if no other client has that chunk. That's
probably the optimal way to do it.