Jan 152012

version 1.0

  1. LXUVP9: especially for
    1. LXUVTB: websites sites which do not adequate versioning & archving of their content and frequently loose prior content, such as http://Meetup.com
    2. LXUVUM:  making versioned snapshots of web pages including the present layout
  2. LXUVXV: Usage in practice
    1.  LXV35R:  See some motives for & against externally archiving & versioning websites http://1.JotHere.com/LXV2PI
    2. LXUWZM: To archive web every public & essentially-public web page I do-or-may care about (including most all those which I’ve posted on) which could or will have content loss soon, since (the creation of JIT_archive_LJNZCF=date of LJNZCF=2011.04.14)
    3. LXUXET: Archived web sites
      1. LXUVZ6: alphabetical list of domains currently: http://0.JotHere.com/L8IPUB/JIT_archive_LJNZCF
      2. LXUWU2: From most to least popular, roughly:
        1. LXUWVL http://Meetup.com  is currently ~95% of the archive, due the combo of:
          1. LXUXKJ: its complete lack of backup facilities (except for unofficial backup of pictures)
          2. LXUXKU: routine loss of content
          3. LXUXLIfrom at least 2010 to 2011, most of my work has been on it.
        2. LXUXPA: Remaining & additional are much smaller, but could be just as big for someone who works with them.
  3. LXUVI5:  Access
    1. LXUVJS: Permitted & Possible:
      1. LXUVKI: Reading by any person
        1. LXUY5T: It always has & will be public.
      2. LXUVLI: Indexing by search engines:
        1. LXUY75: will have to be investigated & considered. Not sure if it’s indexed, including if prior versions are indexed.
      3. LXUVNE: Writing
        1. LXUY2I: currently by only a few (requires creation of a Subversion account by an admin)
        2. LXUY2X: plans to expand to general public once proper automation & controls are available.
          1. LXUXSO: Especially given one person’s archiving could benefit many;
            1. LXUXUS: indeed, with many people working together just archiving their own interests, notable portions of the could be archived, even if done manually.
    2. LXV3LC: Method:
      1. LXVA19: via Apache Subversion (intro) http://1.JotHere.com/LXV7GH -read this, especially the standard SVN interfaces.
        1. LXVA4D: Chosen because it’s the leading open-source standard which is great at supporting huge repositories with partial checkin & checkout, including the ability to for one to add a web page (or file) without having to have a local copy of any of the repo.
        2. LXVACJ: This is a standard Subversion install with no additional server software.
        3. LXUXW3: URLs, as a regular expression:
          1. LXUXWH http(|s)://0.JotHere.com/L8IPUB/(|!svn/bc/[0-9]+/)JIT_archive_LJNZCF/[0-9A-Za-z/]*
            1. LXV9O1: See SVN URL format .
            1.  LXUXX7: Example: See my greet now on http://meetup.com/members/17833471 mentioning http://0.JotHere.com/L8IPUB/!svn/bc/91/JIT_archive_LJNZCF/meetup.com/Ubuntu-Hour , indeed the thing which inspired this post LXUV7P.

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