After my "Fedora 16: Installation notes (Part 2)" post I received this comment with several questions. In this post I'll try to answer on the last question: "What are the benefits to use Deluge over Transmission?".
In my first version of Fedora 10 Transmission didn't work properly, so I found a working application with a handy GUI. It was Deluge. As it was my first familiarity with linux, Deluge was an excellent decission.
What about its benefits over Transmission? In my point of view, Deluge has more convenient GUI than Transmission, and for the most users it is a key factor. Nevertheless, I made some search and found the following pros/cons:
1. Clear, nicely designed GUI.
2. Has a good plugins system.
3. Great transfer speed.
4. Complete configuration menu.
1. The handling of the BT protocol isn't developed by the Deluge team, they are using libbittorrent which is written by others thus making them dependent on them.
2. The pre-compiled package is very large compared to other clients.
1. Written entirely in C++ which makes it fast (both the GUI and the core).
2. Very light on resources.
3. The pre-compiled package is about 238 KB only.
1. Has unhandy GUI.
2. torrent info isn't enough.
P.S. Thanks to Roman Ivanov for the question.