#archiveteam-bs 2017-05-28,Sun

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joepie91Xibalba: so the disk space needed depends on the project you run - when running scripts manually, you will need to set up individual project scripts, and can't use the "archiveteam's choice" thing to switch automatically
Xibalba: the local copy is deleted after uploading it to the collection server, so generally you should assume that you need (average item size * number of threads) in disk space, plus some spare
so let's say double that
the average item size can vary wildly by project - for simple sites it'll often be something like 1MB per item or so, for stuff like video hosts it can easily be 300+MB per item
you'll usually only run a few threads; the default in the warrior is 2, I think
tl;dr you don't need a lot of disk space, unless you run into a particularly big item
and disk space is only used while the item is being downloaded and uploaded
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GLaDOSwhen did we do the filefront archive? i remember it being earlier than 2016 for some reason.. [04:31]
Lord_NighSomebody2: still no response from info@ [04:31]
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robogoatkittymeow: mailnet is pretty powerful. If you can mail a usb flash drive with a lot of your stuff, that might be the best route.
I am in a city with google fiber, so apparently I could go to the google store and get symmetric 1Gbps if I plugged in.
But, then after my head exploded, I'm unsure what I would do.
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HCross2Lord_Nigh: info@ seem to be very slow ATM. Emailed on the 23rd about changing my donation and I've not heard a peep [08:14]
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HCross2gov.uk has some very nice and full sitemaps :) - here we go [12:22]
timmcalembic: Channel name ideas for imzy:
#imzynot - One name for denizens of Imzy is "imzynauts"
#imzy-extinction - The mascot is a dinosaur
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Frogginglol @ "why don't you guys use Discord"
smh
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joepie91Frogging: it's unfortunately a question I've been seeing in more and more places [16:43]
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NazcaI understand having the "core" here, however I'm sure it'd make more warriors join if the main place of discussion became a more accessible community
that said I'm not being pushy here, just explaining my reasoning before
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JAAIn my opinion, if anything, relying on a proprietary software makes it less accessible, not more. And accessing IRC is really easy through the webclient. [17:43]
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godaneSketchCow: i have some of the Imus in the Morning in KCAA Radio Shows and Podcasts collection
https://archive.org/details/kcaa-imus-20091231
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Marcelo@Xibalba: Back in 2015 I was able to compile wget-lua for ARMv6 and run scripts directly. At least in my Raspberry Pi (Raspbian) and my Samsung phone (Android). Used a flash drive formatted as ext2 for storage. [18:36]
joepie91Nazca: there's also the concern of end-user support. if one is not technically competent enough to use a web IRC client, then they will likely also run into issues running the Warrior, and they may become a bigger drain on volunteer time than they're worth, contribution-wise
Nazca: so you don't necessarily always want to attract everybody you can
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wp494SketchCow: which phone did you get, S7 I'm guessing? [23:52]
jrwrso JAA do we backup ED?
I feel dirty even saying that
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