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ikreymer/pywb · GitHub
pywb is a python implementation of web archival replay tools, sometimes also known as 'Wayback Machine'.

pywb allows high-quality replay (browsing) of archived web data stored in standardized ARC and WARC, and it can also serve as a customizable rewriting proxy to live web content.

The replay system is designed to accurately replay complex dynamic sites, including video and audio content and sites with complex JavaScript.
october 2015 by dsalo
What does the web remember of its deleted past? | Web Archives for Historians
How can you find bits of a deleted TLD if you don't know where they were and can't plug URLs into Wayback?
webarchiving  dns  discoverability 
september 2015 by dsalo
Users, Use Cases and Adapting Web Archiving to Achieve Better Results | The Signal: Digital Preservation
In which the sigprops for news sites aren't really what the web archivists thought they were.
webarchiving  sigprops 
may 2015 by dsalo
Google to close Google Code open source project hosting | Ars Technica
"The bigger problem will be the projects that are in limbo... Google says that it will allow tarballs of projects (including source code, issues lists, and wiki pages) to be downloaded through the end of 2016. After that, however, it seems that the projects will be no more."
webarchiving  software  horrorstories 
march 2015 by dsalo
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