Originally Posted by MOS95B
Onik looks like a music sharing service, judging by their logo. If P2P didn't hog my network resources so much, I might be interested
Oink is primarily a music torrent site, and it'* very selective. The encoding info of the music has to be disclosed, and improperly named or tagged files are deleted. The torrent files aren't shared outside of the site, and the share ratios of the users are great. Everything is well seeded (I never spend more than a few hours downloading something).