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Team Archive is GO —

Registered, set up, and now live, ARCHIVETEAM.ORG is a wiki dedicated to saving data, assembling mirroring or retrieval efforts, and providing simple links to methodologies of archiving data. Think of it as a really profane, rough and tumble version of a library sciences convention.

If you are suddenly filled with a sense of outrage or helplessness about the datapocalypse, then stop on by.

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  1. Jenn says:

    Way to go, Jason!

  2. Very cool. And love the fact that there’s an EFNet channel 😀

  3. l.m.orchard says:

    Which way to the ark, sir, and how many animals do you reckon I can carry?

  4. Random reader says:

    Do you have some training in library science? Or an interest? This is interesting shit…

    • Jason Scott says:

      No formal training. I considered getting a degree in such but it’s not a top priority at the moment.

  5. Yak Ykonus says:

    So now that a team has assembled on efnet what do we mirror first Jason?

  6. Random reader says:

    Wanna write more about the subject? 🙂

  7. goto_11 says:

    oshi’, someone forgot to ‘archive the archivers?’ – Got a 403 in progress over there; hope all is well [and intended.]

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