are you contradicting yourself now? using $ClientVersion would eliminate the tag in the MyINFO (see: hijacking), hence it would not be seen / advertised.cyberal wrote:But seriously, wouldn't it be better to be as open as possible by showing clearly what client you are using and where to find it?
you're missing the point. no one cares about 0.1% of the market, hubowners won't know they're blocking a decent client. there are plenty of hubs that don't allow dcgui.cyberal wrote:Like dcgui that implemented the dc++ tag but with <DCGUI instead, THATS smart. Hiding your client certainly won't help more user find it!
quickdc has a <QuickDC tag, so hiding identity would normally only be used for hubs with ignorant owners (plenty).
hmyea.. maybe not, but this:cyberal wrote:cologic:
yeah, real mature
is preposterous. the emulation was for obvious reasons (look up how long it took for the Opera browser to be accepted by dhtml pages), and Yoshi goes and invents some personal "issue"I belive you're sad beacause nowone knows about your client etc. And I think I can imagin that frustration.