1 (edited by user7 2018-08-18 17:46:02)

Here's a list of software updates Redump.org is in need of:

  • Implement https/ssl

  • Update Wiki software

  • Implement Multisession disc additions

  • Document XML input fields for DICUI / Implement XML upload to avoid unnecessary filling out of field information to reduce human error.

  • Switch Dreamcast to bin/cue.

We have a very talented web dev willing to volunteer his help to implement these updates (bparker of retroarch). I hope we can prevent Redump from becoming a dusty museum that ages along with the technology we're preserving.

2 (edited by ajshell1 2018-08-13 04:29:26)

I agree with user7/dizzzy's suggestions.

Also, I want a (USA, Australia) region added. There are NUMEROUS Maxis PC games that were dumped in the USA and Australia that are incorrectly listed as "World". This is completely unacceptable. I have a USA copy of Marble Drop that matches, http://redump.org/disc/6064/, and I deliberately haven't posted a verification for it because you guys would change it to "World".

Implementing https is so easy. Just put the site behind Cloudflare and turn it on. It's free and provides a lot of other benefits.

Additionally: ringcodes that do not contain SID codes are not necessarily bad (if the disc itself does not have the codes on it, which a few do not), so should not automatically have yellow status.

PX-4824TA (offset +98), PX-716A (offset +30)

5 (edited by celebi 2018-09-29 16:05:38)

sarami wrote:


  • Language and Region filter of dat file like no-intro


I have another suggestion: Is it possible extend the "My Dumps" page to allow downloading a .dat file that only contains the user's owned discs/dumps?

user7 wrote:

Implement https/ssl

I'm a bit late to this party (*waves n00b flag*) but I wholeheartedly second this suggestion. Plain HTTP is super easy to sniff, either while it transits the internet or when a user is sharing an unencrypted network (e.g. coffee shop wifi).

Having your traffic sniffed is not such a big deal if all they got was the site content (oh no, somebody might be able to see the forum posts!), but a malicious person sniffing the traffic can get the PHP session keys (allowing them to masquerade as a user) or even user passwords if the attacker gets a chance to eavesdrop on the login activity.

This might a known issue that's being worked on and if so, sorry for blabbing on about it lol. Just wanted to give my $0.02 on the matter. Cloudflare and/or Let's Encrypt make setting up SSL much simpler than it used to be smile

Please add PVD date to PS4 form.

Those are BD discs, does BD have ISO9660 file system format?

PX-760A (+30), PX-W4824TA (+98), GSA-H42L (+667), GDR-8164B (+102), SH-D162D (+6), SOHD-167T (+12)

9 (edited by user7 2018-12-30 10:36:34)

I just dumped a PS4 disc with DICUI and it populated PVD in the !submissionInfo.txt. My logs are attached to the submission if u want a peek.

DIC files do look fine. Could you verify that isobuster shows ISO9660 in file system properties underneath Track01 ?


PX-760A (+30), PX-W4824TA (+98), GSA-H42L (+667), GDR-8164B (+102), SH-D162D (+6), SOHD-167T (+12)

ISO Buster is asking me to buy the license, must not do that for free on BDs.