Google Code allows people to commit their code into either a Subversion (SVN), Git or Mercurial repository. It has a downloads section for people to upload their software packages (with a quota limit of 4GB, can be increased upon request) and also a wiki for projects to document their work at. There is also an issue tracker to track bugs in the project's software.
The site goes read-only on 24th August, 2015, followed by the closing on 25th January, 2016.
Archiving source code repositories is rather easy (and incremental). Just clone the git/hg repository, or checkout SVN repo. For SVN, make sure that you checkout all branches, not just trunk. Ideally for svn one would use "svnrdump dump REPO" to dump not only the latest revision of the repository, but the complete history.
Archiving bugtrackers and the other stuff will be a bit harder.
Some seeds for site discovery:
- Underway: Scrape Google Code Search
- URLs from ArchiveTeam IRC logs
- List scraped from MediaWiki wikis
- List from FlossMole's data (sorted from a possibly-incomplete survey in November 2012: http://flossdata.syr.edu/data/gc/)
- Links from Open Directory Project
- TODO: Scrape Google Search
- TODO: Scrape Bing
- TODO: Scrape Twitter
- TODO: Scrape the Common Crawl Index
- TODO: Scrape URLTeam dumps
- TODO: ask chris dibona for a complete list of projects
- FlossMole provides a set of tools to spider projects from GC
- ↑ FAQ - support - Project Hosting on Google Code FAQ - User support for Google Project Hosting - Google Project Hosting
- ↑ Bidding farewell to Google Code
- ↑ Export to GitHub - Google Code