@jamey my plan is, after I raid the seed vault and fry them in the last remaining seal fat, I'll boot up templeOS.
At least *that* will be archived in full.
nah, they're missing lots of my repos
hmm, maybe it says that if that's already on their list of domains that they fully archive. It also says blacklisted when I put in a salsa.debian.org git repo.
While the Internet Archive does have good APIs, it's still obnoxious that both these orgs are privelidging the github pipeline, thus providing one more incentive to use github.
I'm still waiting BTW, for Software Heritage to provide a way for a git repo not on github to be archived.
I've been waiting for years.
Currently the only way I have to get code into their archive is to get the code into Debian.
Debian won't be included either, same reason. Maybe there's some linux distro that will be, as a coherent whole, not a vast array of random repos and forks?
If you're doing a very long term software archive, you might want to think about bootstapping.
guix has. guix will not be included, because they have the good taste to not use github. (Well, I found a 4 year old mirror of it on there.)
"a lot of money to change the google results for Github ICE" probably sums this up.
Still, I have thoughts.
why do you think every single actually exciting web replacent tech looks more like www 1.0 than your hairball of weaponized js?
cachable, revolutionary, secure, enpowering. web 1.0 was anything but boring. Until you corporates.
"boring static web"
sez something about the goog