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** highlight services that at least allow exporting data ([[Diigo]] that I know of). Next "best" - services that have registeration and enable viewing your URL / saving them by e.g. saving as HTML ([[tr.im]]). Etc. --[[User:Jaakkoh|Jaakkoh]] 05:39, 4 April 2009 (UTC)
 
** highlight services that at least allow exporting data ([[Diigo]] that I know of). Next "best" - services that have registeration and enable viewing your URL / saving them by e.g. saving as HTML ([[tr.im]]). Etc. --[[User:Jaakkoh|Jaakkoh]] 05:39, 4 April 2009 (UTC)
 
* '''[http://symphony21.com/ Symphony]''' could [http://nick-dunn.co.uk/article/symphony-as-a-data-preservation-utility/ potentially be used] for archiving structured XML/RSS feeds to a relational database - [[User:nickdunn|Nick]]
 
* '''[http://symphony21.com/ Symphony]''' could [http://nick-dunn.co.uk/article/symphony-as-a-data-preservation-utility/ potentially be used] for archiving structured XML/RSS feeds to a relational database - [[User:nickdunn|Nick]]
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* '''A Firefox plugin''' for redirecting users to our archive when they request a site that's been rescued. - ???
  
 
== Finished Projects ==
 
== Finished Projects ==

Revision as of 23:05, 8 December 2009

Here's where Archive Teamsters can list the projects they are currently working on and organize new projects.

Active Projects

Ideas for Projects

  • Set up an FTP hub which AT members can access and up/down finished projects.
  • Track the 100+ top twitter feeds, as designated by one of these idiot Twitter grading sites, and back up on a regular basis the top twitter people, for posterity.
  • Groklaw has a project proposal that we could help with. - Jason
  • Archive the shutdown announcement pages on dead sites.
  • RSS Feed with death notices. - Jason
  • Twitter profile might be a good way to broadcast new site obituaries. - psicom
  • TinyURL and similar services, scraping/backup - Steve
    • highlight services that at least allow exporting data (Diigo that I know of). Next "best" - services that have registeration and enable viewing your URL / saving them by e.g. saving as HTML (tr.im). Etc. --Jaakkoh 05:39, 4 April 2009 (UTC)
  • Symphony could potentially be used for archiving structured XML/RSS feeds to a relational database - Nick
  • A Firefox plugin for redirecting users to our archive when they request a site that's been rescued. - ???

Finished Projects