I'd like to see a software done, because I don't have time to make it. I'm a programmer myself, so I can answer your question(s) if you have any....
Make an automatic torrent creator and uploader. You can use MakeTorrent for creating torrents (see [url removed, login to view] for source code). you can use this code if you'd like to code the whole app in Delphi, or you can port it to C++, doesn't really care, choose what's easier for you.
The software what you will create isn't a console tool, but a software with a simple GUI, nothing fancy things required, just a very basic GUI.
I have a directory on my PC where I'm uploading stuff from a private FTP every day at 09:00. Let's call it C:\stuff_to_upload
All thing what I'm upload here is a proper scene release with included .sfv file, sample and NFO file.
So the dir structure will be the following:
My FTP app is uploading the .sfv file at last to these directories, so the upload is complete in a release if it has a .sfv file uploaded.
Your app needs to continously search for complete releases (so directories with uploaded .sfv files in it), and if it's found a complete release, then start creating a .torrent file from that directory. You can place this created file anywhere on y PC, doesn't really care, but this created .torrent file should be deleted after a successful upload.
Let's say you successfully created a torrent file from a release, then it needs to be uploaded to a specific tracker. So to only 1 (one) tracker.
I've already coded the receiver part of the script (so where you upload a created .torrent file).
So basically your app needs to post the following:
[url removed, login to view];nfo=nfo&file=contents
torrentname = taken from the directory name (C:\stuff_to_upload\Release.name.format-GROUP), so the torrent name will be Release.name.format-GROUP
nfo=the contents of the .NFO file, so you should post the contents of the .NFO file
file=Contents of the .torrent file what you created.
So my receiver script will grab these informations what your app will send, that's all.
If you have any questions just ask.
I'm open for fair suggestions, happy bidding!