This is the reason: This is the ONLY official download page of NSMB Editor: http://nsmbhd.net/?page=download We have a build script setup so we can publish new versions of the editor as soon as there's new features in the repo. This means people can instantly download them, and provide feedback very fast, so we get new versions out fixing the reported bugs/suggestions. The downside is that it means we get new versions out quite often (look at the dates!). It's impossible to keep all the mirrored files on the internet out of date. Including the mirror at FileTrip. Here's the deal. On Aug 20th, I reported for deletion all these three files which were all three ridiculously outdated. I explained the above thing in the flag reason. http://filetrip.net/...-51-f22664.html http://filetrip.net/...e-5-f12013.html http://filetrip.net/...ion-f10228.html Two of them were deleted, but I think it was because they were duplicates, not because my report. The third one was left as-is and the link to the downloads page at NSMBHD was added to the description. BUT: Since August 23rd, 13 people have downloaded the file from FileTrip (the increase in downloads count) and ONLY 3 people have clicked the link to NSMBHD (I can see it on the NSMBHD stats. And I'm one of them, so it's only 2). Clearly, people are dumb and go straight to the download button. So this is NOT a good solution. I reported the file again, and it was completely ignored. The file is still there. .... And then I saw this today: http://gbatemp.net/t...p-site-updates/ And I gotta say, this is the last straw. Bundling crapware with downloads is the worst thing you can do. It's a bad download experience for users. Many dumb users won't even notice. Many others will notice that they've got crapware installed and think it's because of NSMB Editor, and not me. This is BAD. AND it's INCOMPATIBLE with NSMB Editor's license, the GPL. You can't bundle GPL software in propietary installers that install additional non-GPL stuff. And this is a problem with ALL the GPL software that FileTrip is hosting. See similar problem here: http://seclists.org/...-hackers/2011/5 For these two reasons, I demand that FileTrip takes that file down IMMEDIATELY, and that it doesn't accept more uploads of NSMB Editor (and GPL software in general) because it's against the license. Thank you.