With w3btorrent you can monitor your torrents from any pc in the world. After you’ve installed it on a web server you can remotely start, stop, add and delete torrents, even with your mobile phone
I’ve tried the latest stable version (0.1.2) which was released last month, and it works great. Simple, lightweight, and it doesn’t need a database. The WAP support is great and allows you to start and stop torrents with your mobile phone. w3btorrent currently has less features than its competitor TorrentFlux, but it does everything I want a BitTorrent client to do.
You can also install w3btorrent on a web hosting account to download and seed torrents. That is, if your webhosting company allows it.
A few months ago a customer of the popular hosting company Dreamhost tried to run the EFF’s Broadcast Machine on his Dreamhost account. However, Dreamhost said that BitTorrent was strictly forbidden, both as a client and as a tracker. Very strange because it is a great way to share podcasts and other large audio video files, and it even saves Dreamhost and its customers some bandwidth.
Some of the features of w3btorrent include: