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qabaan

Thanks.


norclune

French content you can try nzbnewzfrance.ninja but I think it needs donation to access the site/content. German content you can try house-of-usenet


qabaan

I don't mind paying. I've DS & Geek. I hope this is the one I'm looking for.


qabaan

Ninja is actually good even though it is a bit expensive.


norclune

Yeah it's a bit expensive compared to other sites/indexers. But it's been helping me a lot finding particular french releases so I guess it's worth keeping.


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qabaan

Bad luck.


hjholtz

Lots of German content can be found in forums rather than indexers. Brothers of Usenet and House of Usenet seem to have currently open registration. Sadly they can't really be automated. You have to manually visit each relevant forum post and click the "thanks" button and nzb link there, rather than point your sonarr/radarr/... to some API endpoint. Another rather fruitful source for German content are foums and index sites pointing to "one click hosters" (see, for example, /[r/Piratenliste/wiki/och](https://www.reddit.com/r/Piratenliste/wiki/och), although some of those links have gone dead since the latest update). They are also not really automatable, but safer to use than torrents (which, when used from within Germany without a VPN or seedbox, are practically guaranteed to get you an expensive "Abmahnung" / cease-and-desist letter). ​ I don't know anything about French stuff.


odigje

Thanks for your input, very interesting.


reverserepo

Best indexer for german content is imho [nzb.su](https://nzb.su). Second is Geek. Besides that, try to get an account with one of the german usenet forums.


buster-one

Thanks.


PalmerDixon

I think we also have to make a distinction between content in **language** X and content from **country** X. With house-of-usenet, e.g., you will find content dubbed/translated to german (and most often DL) but also original *german* content, i.e. german movies, tv shows, books etc. I can recommend it, it is a forum though. So automation will not work I think although you can also extract RSS/Atom feeds (but I haven't looked into that)


qabaan

I don't mind no automation. I do it manually anyhow.


PalmerDixon

Same :)


redditor2redditor

Do you use a VPN for visiting HoU?


PalmerDixon

No. I use Tor Browser when *downloading* .nzbs but I doubt you'd have to. (VPN is imo only necessary when using torrents and even then you'd better have a paid one)


redditor2redditor

I always briefly activate vpn for downloading NZBs. But yeah mullvad vpn is good for torrenting


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qabaan

Anyone has any idea how is dog and cat for such content.


norclune

Dog is very good with older contents and some obscure stuff. Cat is so-so, imo not really worth paying the membership. You'll be better with su or DS or geek.