Dropbox suspended

Dropbox Suspension

I kinda thought this might happen. Dropbox gives no indication as to what their bandwidth limits are; they just shut things down when you’re exceeding them.

I’ll probably submit the package to WoWInterface, but in the meantime I’ll host the file on this server and just keep an eye on the bandwidth.

I should have the Gar UI zip file accessible again within the hour.

Update: The zip file is available again.

4 thoughts on “Dropbox suspended”

  1. For those looking for extra space on the free accounts, its possible to get up to 8 extra gigs without paying.

    Each of these will get you an extra 250mb.
    #1) Sign up under a referral link. (30 seconds, 250mb)
    #2) Complete the tutorial and start tasks. (2 minutes, 250mb)
    #3) Refer people under your own link (time depends on motivation/your ability to whore products to your friends, 250mb per referral up to 8 gigs.)

    You can use my link if you think this was helpful. Otherwise ignore it and use the one below.


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    Thanks guys.

    • The problem wasn’t the space, it was the requests. Apparently the public folders are restricted to probably only a GB or two of bandwidth per month. Dropbox isn’t really ideal for my intended purpose. I think it’s catered more towards a few dozen users per month accessing and downloading public files, rather than en masse.

      It’s still a killer service though and one I highly recommend.


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