RAR files allow for a checksum and even embedding a recovery record to restore/repair corrupted downloads. Maybe switch from zip to rar format. WinRAR also has a built-in integrity test mode. Not to mention much better compression routines than Zip ever had.
BTW. I failed to remember any case when a file, which I downloaded, was corrupted (even on dial-up connection). How they manage to be so "lucky" to get the file broken after download?
Sounds like a good idea. Looking forward to seeing how your Wikia section for that turns out. If you want it, YOU do it. That's how the Wikia works.
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