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RichardLitt commented Mar 8, 2016

Thanks @bergie!

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At Archives Unleashed, a Web Archive Hackathon in Toronto, Mat Kelly and a few others made an "Interplanetary Wayback Machine", a distributed and persistent archive replay system using IPFS. The rough but functional code can be seen here.

Hi @RichardLitt I would suggest a few changes in the week 6 update:

  • We were only two people working on this project, so mentioning both names instead of "a few others" would be better.
  • We didn't add the term "Machine" in it's name, so it should be removed from the title and the body.
  • We have renamed the repository, so the link can be updated (although GH is redirecting it).
  • We are still planning to work on it further, so the code might not be that rough going forward.

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Interplanetary Wayback (IPWB)

At Archives Unleashed, a Web Archive Hackathon in Toronto, Mat Kelly (@machawk1) and Sawood Alam (@ibnesayeed) from ODU WSDL Research Group developed an IPFS based distributed and persistent archive replay system called Interplanetary Wayback.


At Archives Unleashed, a Web Archive Hackathon in Toronto, Mat Kelly and a few others made an "Interplanetary Wayback Machine", a distributed and persistent archive replay system using IPFS. The rough but functional code can be seen here.

Hi @RichardLitt I would suggest a few changes in the week 6 update:

  • We were only two people working on this project, so mentioning both names instead of "a few others" would be better.
  • We didn't add the term "Machine" in it's name, so it should be removed from the title and the body.
  • We have renamed the repository, so the link can be updated (although GH is redirecting it).
  • We are still planning to work on it further, so the code might not be that rough going forward.

Here is how the changed update might look:


Interplanetary Wayback (IPWB)

At Archives Unleashed, a Web Archive Hackathon in Toronto, Mat Kelly (@machawk1) and Sawood Alam (@ibnesayeed) from ODU WSDL Research Group developed an IPFS based distributed and persistent archive replay system called Interplanetary Wayback.


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@ibnesayeed Thanks so much for pointing that out. We should have fact checked it a bit better. Also, thanks for making it! :D

I've edited it on ipfs/ipfs#151, PRed the website, and edited it here. If you like, I could also print the above in the next weekly, too, as a note saying that here is the more factual information?

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@ibnesayeed Thanks so much for pointing that out. We should have fact checked it a bit better. Also, thanks for making it! :D

I've edited it on ipfs/ipfs#151, PRed the website, and edited it here. If you like, I could also print the above in the next weekly, too, as a note saying that here is the more factual information?

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Thanks @RichardLitt for taking time. I think these weekly updates are very helpful and playing an important role in the keeping the community aware of what's going on. I certainly won't mind a bit of more visibility by yet another mention in the next week's update, but that is not mandatory. However, there is a space before the last full stop in the update which might hurt some people with OCD. ;-)

Additionally, we are working on a conference paper about IPWB, which may appear in a weekly update later if the paper is ready on time and gets accepted.

Thanks @RichardLitt for taking time. I think these weekly updates are very helpful and playing an important role in the keeping the community aware of what's going on. I certainly won't mind a bit of more visibility by yet another mention in the next week's update, but that is not mandatory. However, there is a space before the last full stop in the update which might hurt some people with OCD. ;-)

Additionally, we are working on a conference paper about IPWB, which may appear in a weekly update later if the paper is ready on time and gets accepted.

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@ibnesayeed Thank you for taking the time. :)

Let's wait until the paper - I look forward to announcing that. 👍 Good luck!

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RichardLitt commented Mar 23, 2016

@ibnesayeed Thank you for taking the time. :)

Let's wait until the paper - I look forward to announcing that. 👍 Good luck!

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