UPDATE! I found just now that by going to http://driverpacks.net/driverpacks, I can apply filters by OS, architecture, etc. which shows the release date in the grid.  But I get all releases of all driverpacks unless I pick each one individually smile  This is a great start though...

When I visit http://driverpacks.net/driverpacks/latest, I get the driverpacks categorized by OS, which is awesome.  Currently, the grid shows the name of the pack [Driverpack], version [Version], and a download link.  Would it be possible to add a 'Updated' tag and colum to show what date the pack was posted?  I can click the Download link to get the release date, but updating my driverpacks would be quicker if this info was there in the grid as well. 

Say I update on the 1st of each month.  Instead of checking each download link, or going by version, I can get the list of packs to update at a glance.  Also, would it be beneficial if the download link was changed to 'Info' and a new 'Download' link that goes straight to the torrent file was added to the grid, or would that mess up the stats?

Thanks again for all your hard work and dedication. 

The last version of BP BASE (10.06) was before the new servers, datacenter, and the move from HTTP downloads to torrent-based downloads.
If it's not too much trouble, would it be fairly easy to update DP BASE to download the .torrent files?  My BitTorrent program (BitTorrent/uTorrent, etc.) would handle the actual processing of the torrent file, but since the update feature no longer works, it might be nice to do this.

I am familiar with the tar.gz file on the driverpacks.net site which downloads all torrents, which is a great start, but if less than 50% of my driverpacks are outdated, I would have to pick and choose which torrents to update.

Anyways, I would like to thank everyone on the team for their dedication, hard work, and expertise.