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By Duncan Rawlinson | Duncan Rawlinson <duncanrawlinson@...> | duncanrawlinson
August 11, 2004 | Post #664 | Topic #664

This is the response I got from the people at archive.org regarding the possibility of archiving video blogs on their site... Looks like they aren't quite ready for it yet... ---------------- Hi, I did some checking with my collections tech person, and I am not sure we are ready for video blogs after all. However since your site is a website it can be crawled and archived in our Wayback Machine. Follow the instructions here: http://www.archive.org/about/faqs.php#1 to make sure you are crawled. Although we might not get every single bit of your site, we should get most of it. In the future we plan on having a bigger stronger better faster crawler that will do an even better job crawling your site; this is not to far off. Also you can contribute videos to our open source video section of the site here: http://www.archive.org/movies/opensource_movies.php. Hope this works for you; let me know what questions you have. thank you for wanting to contribute to the archive, Astrid Bragg Office Manager Internet Archive ---------------- >How do I send them? The videos that is... > >FTP? > >Thanks for the quick response! > >I have some video blogs on my site! > >thelastminute.typepad.com > > > > > >On Mon, 09 Aug 2004 10:22:51 -0700, Astrid Bragg <astrid@...> wrote: > > >>Hello, >> >>That is a great idea. We definetly want to collect as much as we can, >>however we have not gotten around to video blogs yet. If you know >>anyone who would like to donate stuff, send them our way. >> >>Regards, >>Astrid Bragg >>Office Manager >>Internet Archive >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >>>Hello, >>> >>>I think the archive should have a video blogging category! >>> >>>Why not start archiving something from its beginnings... >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >> >> > > >