To Guest on 2024/01/14:
1) You misunderstood my statement.
And I wouldn't really recommend adding all the trackers blindly from mentioned list.
In this sentence, the emphasis was on the blindly
part. Some of the trackers were short-lived and got domain squatted, some are created by people who are just about collecting your download list (for whatever reason). My public torrenting history may be public, but that doesn't mean I want to actively give it to you.
2) I have an answer to your question too.
How can more trackers hurt if you have torrents in desperate need of seeds?
The main reason is that you are only adding trackers, not peers. I've noticed that adding any udp/http tracker beyond opentrackr, openbittorrent is redundant. I didn't find many public torrent sites that do not add one of these or their own tracker automatically. You won't really get more peers unless these two go down or you add from the https list. These stats can pretty much confirm me: the seeders count peaks ~250 Million on opentrackr and ~4.5 Million on gbitt The majority of these seeders announce to both. Also, do you know anyone not using the same list as you? Can you mention an other tracker list besides ngosang's which contains different trackers? :)
In my opinion anything beyond 6 actively used trackers is needlessly redundant. That means 6 tracker tiers. Ngosang's lists are formatted with empty lines between the trackers, so all of them are different tiers.
Ok, but you still didn't answer how adding 14-60 or more trackers can hurt.
It starts to hurt when you have many torrents. Also, there is an alternative: you can effectively add thousands, millions of trackers automatically by turning on DHT. :)