I say: the 'good old days' are over. Radio shows and podcasts are the majority of the sets going around these days, which is reflected in the fora.
If we create a subforum for each link forum, who will do the moderating?? You can be sure that most posters can't make the distinction between a radio show and a set recorded at a club/party and will post in the wrong forum. And what with radio shows that broadcast recorded sets...?
Iggie, on 27 April 2011 - 12:00 AM, said:
FTP is a way of transferring files. Someone sets up a server, which hosts a bunch of sets (or any type of file). People connect with a FTP client and can up/download sets. It's usually a closed circuit where only a limited number of people can login to the server and share their sets, so you'll have to know the right people to get in.
Hacked servers also used to be a great source of illegal music/video/software/pr0n, but I think there aren't many around anymore.