I've had some trouble with this one. Apparently one of the trackers I use is now unnacceptable so my IP has been banned from uploading (with no warning). I've changed the trackers now and I'm uploading this from work. I have a static IP at home, so if I can't sort this out, I may have to upload to a different site in future. I will continue to add 'TRBLE' to the ends of the torrents so that they can be found. Needless to say I'm a little pissed off about this. After well over 100 torrents with no problems, I would have thought that a warning about an unnacceptable tracker would have been reasonable, not an instant IP ban. I do not even know which tracker was the problem as the error message was a little vague.
I'm uploading all of Doctor Who, in order. Since, roughly, the beginning of the Tom Baker era the torrents have been marked 'TRBLE' to help search them. As soon as someone else is seeding the current disc I do the next one.
If there is an official BBC DVD then that's what you get, if there isn't then it's my own DVD. These are sometimes taken from official BBC VHS releases, sometimes encoded from AVI's. From the Baker era onwards it's probably about 50:50. I always list the source, assuming I can remember what it was (most of these I made years ago). My menu's are fairly simple affairs, partly because it was the best I could do at the time, partly because I can't stand having to sit through 5 minutes of garbage to get to the main menu (as with the BBC releases!). When a previously uploaded VHS or AVI disc is released on DVD by the BBC I'll do an updated version. These will have an 'a' after the number (as in '027a - The War Machines). All of my discs are PAL.
When I started and wrote the original 'Read Me' file, I said that this was going to take a couple of years. I just looked back, and I started at 'An Unearthly Child' in June 2007. As we're now just over 18 months on and about halfway through Tom Baker, this was probably a bit optimistic! At the current rate, I should catch up with the modern era towards the end of 2010 (which should still be Matt Smith, but who knows?)
Although I made 'Shada' number 108.5, I've bowed to public opinion and gone with the same numbering system as most of the online guides. Hence this is number 110.