One of our readers left the following comment and we’d like to take a moment to respond to it.
Hello Usenetreviewz, [H]ow long [do] wish you [write] review[s] for the same usenet indexers based on Newznab? They don’t bring anything, there are hundreds of them for [sic] today. [T]hey all write how cool they are but all them have the same bad Nzb files.
First, we would like to say thank you for the comment and thank you for taking the time to read our reviews. To address the substance of your comment, here are some answers to your questions.
We understand the thrust of your criticism. However, there is a difference among NZB sites, even though most of them are based on Newznab. Some of these sites are much better than others in meaningful ways and we do like to point that out in our reviews.
We do review sites that are based on other technologies, such as Spotweb and Vbulliten. We’ve also done reviews on sites that are based on software such as NZBed, one of the up-and-coming technologies in this area.
No matter what we do, we do make an effort to have the most complete and up-to-date list of NZB sites. It just so happens that quite a few of them are based on Newznab.
You can check out our current list of reviews to see what we have available. We provide them as a way to help our users get more out of their USENET service and write them with the intent of providing a useful source of information.
We are always looking for new NZB sites to review and we have absolutely no qualms about writing about NZB sites that use different formats. We have plenty of other USENET related content for our readers, as well, and we invite you to peruse what’s available and see what would be useful for you.
Again, thank you for your comment, thank you for investing your time in reading the website and, if you or anyone else out there has additional comments that you would like to share, please feel free to do so, as we are always looking for ways to improve what we offer to USENET users.