#archiveteam-bs 2017-12-09,Sat

↑back Search ←Prev date Next date→ Show only urls(Click on time to select a line by its url)

WhoWhatWhen
ezmaybe separate manga and doujin
doujin are overwhelmingly porn, manga can be touchy, but is ultimately family friendly
https://archive.org/search.php?query=subject%3A"doujinshi"
not bad, but still a spotty collection.
(obviously nsfw link)
[00:08]
ez is tempted to start archiveteam wiki page "backup exhentai" with "exhentai is the largest doujin collection in the world, close to be raided by police at any moment"
on a more serious note, has anyone looked into pixiv?
[00:15]
ola_norskez: i have no idea about manga etc. I just noticed that cover of the young woman apparently trying to saw herself in half with her panty, when clicking a topic on a favorited item :D [00:20]
ezthey are essentialy fanfics, porn parodies of popular mechs [00:21]
ola_norskit's greek to me [00:22]
ezs/mechs/merchs [00:22]
ola_norskgood stuff [00:22]
ezwell, by cursory search, thers about 7k of em. am not sure about merit of archiving untranslated ones, when scanlations are available for most. [00:24]
ola_norskimo, war footage is far less 'suitable' , so i don't really care :D And i hope the people in the chat where i posted https://archive.org/details/manga_Nanshen_Zai_Gebi_Chapter_43 doesn't either :D [00:24]
ezdont worry tho, moral crusaders eventually discover the secret IO stash and pressure it to remove the archives
seems like about a quarter are lolicon, especially triggering for those types
[00:25]
ola_norskas long as it's not deleted.. [00:27]
ezola_norsk: if youre into war footage, there's of course manga series about that, too: https://www.goodreads.com/series/213331
with the japanese twist of exploiting wombs to grow alien embryos as weapons
[00:28]
ola_norskez: nah, i'm just saying it's there..being worse than some cartoon :D
i'm not sure if i'm getting my point across :D
[00:28]
***kristian_ has joined #archiveteam-bs [00:29]
kristian_hi [00:29]
ola_norski blame beer! :D
hello
[00:29]
kristian_anyone got access to Hathi Trust?
I can't figure out if this is available to some, or to none ...
https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015068390882
[00:29]
ezola_norsk: nah, i get what you're saying. though in some regard, i suspect footage of past events is on same grounds or even more deserving to be preserved than controversial fiction. [00:30]
astridkristian_: i can see it ...
and i'm not logged in?
[00:30]
ola_norsktoday's cartoon is tomorrow's history.. [00:30]
astridit says "rights: public domain in the united states" [00:31]
ezastrid: https://i.imgur.com/HGdDEdL.png [00:32]
astridhere's what i see https://imgur.com/e3sEwz8 [00:33]
kristian_astrid, I mean, if it's available for download for anyone? [00:33]
astriddo you want me to snag it for you or something [00:33]
kristian_whoa [00:33]
astridbtw hathitrust downsamples images and it pisses me off [00:33]
kristian_astrid, that would be spectacular [00:33]
ezit wants login to get the pdf [00:34]
kristian_it is the images I need, not the text
so best possible quality, please
[00:34]
ezHathiTrust (listen to pronunciation) is a partnership of major research institutions and libraries working to ensure that the cultural record is preserved and accessible long into the future.
>accessible
well, of course
its *those* librarians
[00:34]
astridkristian_: do you want particular pages or should i tell it to give me the whole-book pdf
particular pages i think i can get in higher-res
because hathitrust downsamples images when it creates pdfs
because fuck you that's why
[00:34]
kristian_ah
I need the illustrations for the Carnacki stories
perhaps you can search for "Hodgson"
[00:35]
astridokay idk i'll have it build me a pdf and then we can figure things out if that's not enough [00:36]
kristian_wonderful
the issues of the Idler that are relevant: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May 1910
[00:36]
astridoh i just poked "give me pdf" on the link you gave me
which is the entire volume from 1909-oct thru 1910-mar
[00:37]
kristian_so I guess it's volume 36 and 37
would that be downsampled?
[00:37]
astridbeats me
i'll schlep it over to you and then you can tell me if it works for you
i'm pretty close to leaving work for the day and probably doing something extremely offline
how can i get it to you
[00:38]
kristian_you can pm me for my email address? [00:39]
astridsure or you can just pm me your email address right now :P [00:39]
kristian_yup
done
[00:39]
astridapparently the uni i graduated from lets me use hathitrust without any extra fuckery
\o/
[00:40]
ola_norskhow the hell can it be PD, and still be hard to find?
it's almost like people are deleting shit
[00:42]
astridprobably a funding issue [00:45]
kristian_what I don't get is how anything from 1910 can not be total PD [00:46]
ezthats nothing, jstor was routinely paywalling scientific papers from 1800s [00:47]
astridjust because it's PD doesn't mean they'll just GIVE it to you [00:47]
ola_norskshouldn't it be though? Isn't 70-80years automaticly 'out of copyright' ? [00:47]
eznobody really knows anymore
US has literally a domestic mouse as the ultimate of voice authority on copyright
[00:47]
astridlol [00:49]
ola_norskthese people (Lawful Masses / Leonard French's "gang") tend to know shit, but yeah... https://discord.gg/3hvfgEc
i think it's about 70-80 years
unless one's is up against a slew of highly paid lawyers saying it's not, of course
[00:49]
kristian_I think SketchCow is an authority on this matter [00:51]
ola_norski just know Nintendo will be selling fucking Super Mario NES rom for years to come.. [00:52]
ezanyhow, time limited copyright is profoundly communist idea. if you accrue a capital, you can collect a rent on it ad nausea too. saying otherwise is against democracy.
or something along the lines US logic goes.
[00:53]
godaneSketchCow: the Dragon Pink A Tall of 3 Kitties can't be digitize
i can't rewind the tape
[00:54]
ola_norski just know one thing, when the fucker who made is dead and buried, and it's copy-able..it's free game [00:55]
ezwell, if you approach the whole capitalism thing as darwinism, it makes perfect sense. dwarin would say that in nature, genome lives on, theres no "hard time limit" on it either, as long it remains object of desire, people will pay for it.
brb, patenting my dna
[00:56]
ola_norskscrew darwin..aren't his books out of copyright btw ? [00:58]
ez(this is all very obviously silly, as well as copyright is - ideas, once published, enter post-scarcity, there cant be monopoly on it, much less economies, it simply violates information theory)
"information theory" being the filthy pirates like astrid, who robbed a man, in his grave even
[00:58]
ola_norsktake his pants as well!
and the damn coins they probably put on his eyelids
being buried with pants on is a selfish act towards those who freeze to death having no pants
[01:00]
ezwell, society is built on self-interest. what are you, some sort of altruistic anarchist?
commie, even?
[01:02]
ola_norsknah, some sort of liberal monarchist (i think) :D [01:02]
ezgood. if you're liberal, you'd not deprive a dead man of his right to monopolize access to his work. [01:03]
ola_norski find that 'liberal' kind of varies these days :D [01:04]
ezseriously tho, the time limit idea was never good to begin with. if intellectual property is like any other property, why can't you just sell it, or pass a deed of ownership to next of kin before you die?
i think this is what actually happens with cases like these, it passes as pd only if it remains unclaimed
[01:04]
ola_norskit's ok to pass it on. It's not like a copy destroys the work..
dead people can't own property, right? And, is a copy really THAT property anyway?
if i copied you hourse, have i stolen it?
your*
you still have your house..
[01:05]
ezwell, the legalist concept of copyright seems to be similiar to, say, claims to land. its just a virtual concept recorded somewhere, but you dont factually posess the land. its not something you can put in your pocket. [01:10]
ola_norskimagine this , the second flute or drum ever made, at the dawn of mankind..was probably made by some douche who copied the idea of his neigbor.. [01:11]
ezin economic terms, it's an intangible asset, but hell of a lot civilization depends on that stuff [01:11]
ola_norskwell, they do like flutes and drums it seems [01:12]
ezso its not "you'd not download a card", it should be "you'd not download a corporation" or "legal deeds to intangible asset", if such a thing were actually possible
trouble is, with information, its trivially possible
*download a car
the biggest economy online today is personal information, basically keeping tabs on everyone else. that information has tremendenous value because its not published.
it sort of emerged as currency because privacy is something people actually value
[01:12]
ola_norskaye.."The goverment is spying on us all!", said someone, on their facebook profile :D [01:15]
ezand facebook et al are essentialy traps to harvest that value. now the interesting bit with copyright and privacy: do you own copyright to your private information?
meaning if somebody would replicate it without your authorization, that would be copyright infrigment
confusingly, it seems that private information is not copyrightable, despite being one of the few bits of information holding actual information on account of people trying to naturally keep it secret
*actual value
[01:15]
joepie91ez: intellectual property is a misnomer; it's a monopoly, not property
so any kind of property-based reasoning does not hold up
[01:16]
ola_norskim strtuggling to read and write atm (i drink alot). so i need to read this tomorrow. [01:16]
ezjoepie91: its a bit fuzzy. monopoly is something that can corner market. you can't corner market with published information.
you can corner market with secret one, though.
[01:17]
***ola_norsk has quit IRC (skål!) [01:17]
joepie91ez: no, it's not; a monopoly is something that disallows everybody except for one party from doing something
market need not be involved
that is the case for copyright, and it was always designed that way
originally as a way to recoup investment so as to incentivize contributions to the public commons
first one worked, latter not so much
[01:17]
ezjoepie91: the reason why i speak about market is because thats the motivation for copyright. [01:18]
joepie91in other words: copyright has been about increasing the public commons from pretty much the start, but throughout the years that has been twisted into "right to earn money from work" and other such nonsensical narratives, through lobby groups [01:18]
ezthey'd not grant printing rights willy nilly, it was a contract - i and only i get to print this, you get paid money - was the copyright 200 years ago [01:18]
joepie91ez: no, it's not
copyrights weren't about the market
they were about the public commons
the market monopoly was just a means to an end
[01:18]
ezjoepie91: public commons? [01:20]
joepie91ez: yes, as in the total pool of culture and knowledge available to society [01:21]
ezi perceive it by the lens of the era, that is of guilds and market protectionism. those were frequent - for salt, mining, whatever. modern day example is opec.
is opec a monopoly? yes. does it corner market, ie largely influence market price? yes.
joepie91: my point is that copyright is not monopoly for monopolys sake, but to specifically extract profit. nobody gives a shit about common goods, this is all driven by self interest.
it also rationally explains why copyright exists. the only way i see to remove copyright would be to remove that self-interest incentive
this can be seen recently in china: china used to be very lax of IP law, but as clear winners in certain markets emerge, they have enough clout to impose copyright on others. it's the winners rewriting the rules of the game.
[01:21]
joepie91: so i looked at the history of copyright and you're right. youre talking specifically about queens anne edict. but copyright predates that by 1000 years
s/1000/100
something like renewed queens edict would definitely help now, as copyright reverted back to its original market underpinning
(same situation seems to have happened with patents)
[01:34]
.......... (idle for 48mn)
***kristian_ has quit IRC (Quit: Leaving)
icedice has joined #archiveteam-bs
icedice has quit IRC (Client Quit)
PoorHomie has joined #archiveteam-bs
[02:24]
schbirid has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 255 seconds) [02:42]
schbirid has joined #archiveteam-bs [02:55]
ZexaronS has quit IRC (Read error: Operation timed out) [03:06]
kisspunchHey, figured I might as well post here in case anyone wanted to give it a shot: https://bountify.co/deduplicate-git-object-database-git-repos
Trying to get someone else to do my least favorite step of github archiving
Deduplicating across repos
Bounty is $50
[03:20]
....... (idle for 31mn)
***DFJustin has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
Odd0002 has joined #archiveteam-bs
[03:52]
ivankisspunch: are you backing up everyone's forks? [03:54]
***DFJustin has joined #archiveteam-bs
swebb sets mode: +o DFJustin
[03:54]
ivankisspunch: if this duplication is the result of many forks it might make sense to use git's built-in support for pulling from many remotes and let git deal with it
s/pulling/fetching/
[03:56]
.... (idle for 16mn)
***qw3rty115 has joined #archiveteam-bs [04:13]
qw3rty114 has quit IRC (Read error: Operation timed out) [04:19]
................... (idle for 1h34mn)
Aerochrom has quit IRC (Quit: Leaving) [05:53]
....... (idle for 33mn)
sec0ndDoes the internet archive dedup? [06:26]
Somebody2sec0nd: not yet, AFAIK. They will likely do so eventually.
ez: IA only provides per-file hashes (and sadly, only cheksum, md5 and sha1). However, third-parties have made merkle trees out of the data.
The closest to what you were thinking of is this, from OpenTimestamps, I think: https://petertodd.org/2017/carbon-dating-the-internet-archive-with-opentimestamps
Also look at http://archiveteam.org/index.php?title=Internet_Archive_Census
[06:37]
.... (idle for 16mn)
***zalgo_ has joined #archiveteam-bs [06:57]
....... (idle for 33mn)
Pixi` has joined #archiveteam-bs
Pixi has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 255 seconds)
[07:30]
ivan has quit IRC (Leaving)
marvinw has joined #archiveteam-bs
[07:42]
..... (idle for 20mn)
Gfy has quit IRC (Read error: Operation timed out)
Pixi has joined #archiveteam-bs
Pixi` has quit IRC (Read error: Operation timed out)
Gfy has joined #archiveteam-bs
[08:03]
...... (idle for 26mn)
wp494looks like the wiki's KOed [08:36]
.... (idle for 15mn)
CoolCanukyou sound surpirsed
hmm.. timeout :/ weirid
well, you can pretend its up by viewing https://archiveteam.centralontario.ca/ but it's only the front page :P
[08:51]
***du_ has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 260 seconds) [08:52]
CoolCanukwp494: it's been down since 10pm Eastern Time. Yikes. http://stats.pingdom.com/mrrxflh49tqd/4095229 [08:55]
godaneso i got maybe 1 tape after the current one i'm ripping [09:08]
........ (idle for 39mn)
Sanquithe wiki gets no love. :(
CoolCanuk: that's the worst mirror I've seen. there's full wiki backups
[09:47]
.............. (idle for 1h7mn)
***CoolCanuk has quit IRC (Quit: Connection closed for inactivity) [10:55]
JAASketchCow: There are some files named just "a" in ArchiveBot items archiveteam_archivebot_go_20171208150002 and archiveteam_archivebot_go_20171209030001. Several GB each, haven't looked at them yet. What are they?
archiveteam_archivebot_go_20171208200002 as well, but that one is small and was apparently detected as an audio file (transcoding to MP3 and Ogg attempted).
[11:05]
***BlueMaxim has quit IRC (Read error: Connection reset by peer) [11:20]
.......... (idle for 48mn)
nottom has joined #archiveteam-bs [12:08]
........ (idle for 37mn)
nottom has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 260 seconds) [12:45]
nottom has joined #archiveteam-bs [12:53]
.... (idle for 15mn)
godaneso all tapes are done
*all jason scott tapes
[13:08]
***Mateon1 has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
Mateon1 has joined #archiveteam-bs
[13:12]
...... (idle for 27mn)
ld1 has quit IRC (Quit: ~)
ld1 has joined #archiveteam-bs
[13:39]
ld1 has quit IRC (Quit: ~)
ld1 has joined #archiveteam-bs
[13:53]
...... (idle for 28mn)
RichardG has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
RichardG has joined #archiveteam-bs
[14:22]
......... (idle for 43mn)
SketchCowThank you [15:06]
.... (idle for 17mn)
***RichardG has quit IRC (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
RichardG has joined #archiveteam-bs
[15:23]
.... (idle for 15mn)
nottom has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
nottom has joined #archiveteam-bs
CoolCanuk has joined #archiveteam-bs
[15:41]
............... (idle for 1h13mn)
ola_norsk has joined #archiveteam-bs [17:00]
ola_norskso, i managed to convert the virtualbox Warrior appliance to a running KVM/libvirt guest. In case someone would like to help improve it there's https://bitbucket.org/duckhuntpr0/archiveteam-warrior-kvm
it's kind of wierd how virtualbox crashed, yet kvm does not, on the same machine..
i'd like to put it on github as soon as it's not such a mess, but keeping it on bitbucket for now
it's gonna need e.g a kind of setup script that alters the xml based on the host pc/user
[17:03]
............... (idle for 1h10mn)
***Pixi has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 255 seconds)
Pixi has joined #archiveteam-bs
[18:19]
........ (idle for 37mn)
Pixi has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 255 seconds) [18:59]
ola_norskman, saturday nights, the most boring day on the internet :/ [19:07]
CoolCanukif anyone finds a HQ version of the Windows XP commercial in English, please tell me
"Windows XP commercial Soaring (HQ)" has 9/11 footage at the end and does not count.
[19:09]
ola_norskola_norsk goes on the hunt [19:09]
CoolCanukola_norsk: ignore Windows XP commercial Soaring (HQ), ok? [19:10]
ola_norski'll still listen to it :D i liked xp :D
damn Vista. Only reason i bought it was to get Directx 10 :/
never again
how much quality do you need?
[19:10]
CoolCanukhere's the best I've found... but no in english https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fy93QjoEKf8
480 is fine, but all the ones I find are blurry/colors faded/pixaly
[19:12]
ola_norskanyway to find the director?
many ad directors or ad companies like to post their shit on their portfolio
[19:14]
CoolCanukooh. good idea
eh, dont worry about it
however take a look at how fast they skip #6 (vista) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPPLEI9EzKs
"oops we really fucked up"
[19:15]
ola_norskIt's my strong belief that MS doesn't sell operating system anymore, merely a way to run games [19:19]
ezSomebody2: ah neat, so its all "make your own". well, at least somebody was kind enough to timestamp it. [19:19]
ola_norskanyway, if there's a portfolio to be found, that might be the ultimitate qualite there is to find .. Example http://www.miskoiho.com/commercials.html
...who keeps advertisment private anyway? :D
if there's director name or company..it's somewhere out there
[19:20]
CoolCanuk: as last resort, i guess there's 4chan or Microsoft PR deparment ? :) [19:33]
CoolCanuk: "The product is all about empowerment, and we wanted a song that really brought that spirit to life," said Michael McLaren, a vice president at San Francisco marketing company McCann-Erickson. "It's a very positive track that speaks to the human potential."
CoolCanuk: got twitter?
[19:39]
CoolCanukwhy [19:39]
ola_norskto nag them :) [19:40]
CoolCanukhttps://twitter.com/secureht [19:40]
***kristian_ has joined #archiveteam-bs [19:41]
ola_norskno, i mean those guys :D I'm banned off of twitter intentionally :D
"McCann-Erickson" marketing company seems to be behind that ad
[19:42]
***kristian_ has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
kristian_ has joined #archiveteam-bs
[19:44]
ola_norskCoolCanuk: https://www.mccann.com/ [19:45]
CoolCanukthx [19:45]
ola_norskjust tweet to them: GIMME LINK TO 2001 XP AD! ...
they'd be a bit counterproductive if they didn't..
[19:46]
***kristian_ has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection) [19:47]
CoolCanukxD [19:47]
***kristian_ has joined #archiveteam-bs [19:47]
ola_norskone problem might be their license for the madonna song expired though :/
(probably)
[19:48]
CoolCanukthats fine [19:50]
ola_norskCoolCanuk: i see they also like Vimeo.. https://www.mccann.com/work/makewhatsnext ..don't know their 'channel' there though [19:52]
CoolCanuk:P
https://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/3dw0lBgz/
oooops
[19:53]
ola_norsk'Vimeo, the video platform for the pretensious' :D [19:53]
***kristian_ has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection) [19:55]
ola_norskCoolCanuk: i'm thinking the creator of that xp ad is in this list https://vimeo.com/user11996412/following/followers/sort:date/format:detail [19:57]
CoolCanuklol i dont need it that bad [19:58]
ola_norskpff...XP rocked!
480p was a reasonable resolution for 2001 though...or? :D
[19:58]
***Pixi has joined #archiveteam-bs
Kenshin has quit IRC (Read error: Operation timed out)
Kenshin has joined #archiveteam-bs
[20:02]
ola_norskCoolCanuk: tweet a polite nag to these https://twitter.com/215mccann [20:09]
CoolCanuklol dont need it badly [20:09]
ola_norsksuit yourself :D [20:09]
CoolCanuk;p [20:10]
ola_norskola_norsk still gonna hunt for it though.. [20:10]
***Kenshin has quit IRC (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
Kenshin has joined #archiveteam-bs
[20:11]
CoolCanuknot that anyone cares but I think the last time I went to sears.. maybe 6 years ago they played this song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RIZdjT1472Y RIP sears. That's all I rememeber
also sometimes i into the garden, cover myself in dirt and i pretend i am a carrot.
[20:15]
ola_norskthe killers rock [20:17]
***nottom has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 260 seconds) [20:17]
CoolCanuksears perfume department ... not so much [20:17]
ola_norski don't think sears is in my country [20:18]
CoolCanukmy asthma is bad enough with all the clothing :P
https://www.sears.ca/
[20:18]
ola_norskwhat are some newspaper domains that allow reader articles?
opinion pieces, i get it's called
need some credible sham to email mcann :D
[20:19]
CoolCanukoh [20:21]
ola_norsk'hi. I'm writing an article on your 2001 windows XP advertisiment'..kind of thing [20:22]
CoolCanukhttp://www.niagarafallsreview.ca/ugc/submission [20:22]
ola_norskty [20:22]
jrwrSketchCow: So, Vidme is going to be about 600TB [20:22]
ola_norskhttps://youtu.be/9B7npSXQkxE [20:22]
jrwrand we have 6 days [20:22]
ezouch [20:22]
CoolCanukanything well [20:22]
jrwrInternet Archive is being too slow in its uploads
We have a box that can upload at 10Gbit/s
[20:22]
ezjrwr: its rentable, but would take some sort of angel to pay the ACD bills [20:22]
CoolCanuk(or illegal activity ;) ) [20:23]
ola_norskez: there's no paypal ?
ez: i'd give a dollar or two..
[20:23]
CoolCanukLOL wot [20:24]
ezyou need to push around 100TB a day
literally 10gbits
you need spot priced cache, forget about donkey ass slow IA
[20:24]
CoolCanukso my city has the largest tesla supercharger station. 20 stalls. No one drives a tesla here, closest tesla dealer is way in toronto. RIP [20:25]
ezthats assuming vidme even lets you fetch at tengig, but it can be hacked up i suppose
they use cloudfront, dont they?
[20:25]
ola_norskhow about just ASKING vid.me to allow certain access for longer? anyone tried that? [20:25]
ezso if its amazon within amazon, bw is not an issue [20:25]
ola_norskif they're not total dicks..they'd keep it up with allowed access long enough.. [20:26]
ezapparently they are dicks "sorry lol, we baleet everything and start over". it sounds like some internal drama which led to MAD between the platform and investors [20:28]
ola_norsk...it doesn't hurt to ask though.. [20:28]
ezhai vidme, could you give me access to your cloudfront dashboard?
not sure how that would fly
ola_norsk: but technically yes, its possible to transfer the archive to entirely different entity. if IA approached vidme and asked politely and vidme agreed, that would be awesome. no need to copy anything.
600TB cf will still cost some serious bucks tho, even if no bw is burned.
[20:29]
ola_norskhow about 'Hi. I loved vid.me. Sad to see it go. Trying to back it up. Any way you could present with me a way to download all the video content?' [20:31]
Kazwe need to grab it live so the WARCs work properly, that's the issue [20:31]
eztheir robots.txt doesnt forbid it, its implied. [20:31]
Kazwe've been offered all the data [20:31]
ola_norskok [20:31]
ezKaz: do warc have that kind of storage and bw on aggregate? [20:31]
KazWARC is a file type [20:32]
ezola_norsk: there was never need to negotiate anything actually, all the data is api available
ah, i thought you mean warrior
[20:32]
Kazwe're struggling to find places to put all the data atm
#vidmeh for more
[20:32]
ezah [20:32]
ola_norskez: still, i'm talking about access to that data beyond the scheduled shutdown..I struggle to make my point, but i kind of doubt they run format on the disks that very moment.. [20:33]
CoolCanukwell, there's no point to them renewing the disks if their site is gone. so it VERY likely wont be online for the next month payment
would you rather put $1000 into servers for no reason, or pocket the $1000? execs will want to pocket it, since the site is inaccessible
[20:34]
***du_ has joined #archiveteam-bs [20:35]
ola_norskanyway, if there's an offer for all the data, i guess that's what i'm talking about [20:35]
kisspunchivan: yes, but object duplication and fork detection are different, and I expect object deduplication to be much better
i've already settled on an archival format, this is basically the compression step
[20:36]
ola_norski remember seeing a Jason Scott talk, where a company was mentioned that basically postponed the date..just to allow archivists to get their shit [20:37]
ezola_norsk: as i said, its on cloudfront
meaning, its hosted by amazon
simplest thing you can do is log in to the console, and transfer the buckets to different account
ola_norsk: but that would be just to buy time obviously, CF rent is expensive endeavor.
ola_norsk: yea, presumably this has to do with the vid.me's accounting
[20:37]
ola_norskwell shit [20:38]
ezthey simply stop paying the amazon's bill
so sb else has to
[20:38]
ola_norskaye, if it's amazon closing the doors..
man, i feel sorry for all those germans who apparently found hope in vid.me
some people literally moved their youtube channels..
[20:39]
i'm saving AfterPrisonJoe! with youtube-dl https://vid.me/AfterPrisonJoe
does 'ia upload <item>' generate item?
[20:52]
ola_norsk just gonna focus on the channels he knows are not dualuploading to YT etc.. [21:06]
if it's 600TB, there's no way to pump those to IA in 6 days? [21:18]
***bsmith093 has quit IRC (Quit: Leaving.) [21:19]
bsmith093 has joined #archiveteam-bs [21:25]
CoolCanukwhy the hell does Err:9 http://deb.debian.org/debian stretch-updates Release = 404
thefuck
[21:31]
ola_norskCoolCanuk: ? [21:41]
CoolCanukthe debian cdn is making me uproductive with archivin [21:42]
ola_norskCoolCanuk: could it be heavy traffic? [21:42]
CoolCanukunlikely [21:42]
ola_norskinternet is broken [21:42]
SelaviI use local universities or national labs [21:43]
ola_norskthe whole internet is going up, or down, some hill...it's going somewhere.. https://youtu.be/1VD_pJOFnZ0
CoolCanuk: if it's not busy mirrors, then i don't know..
[21:45]
CoolCanukyeah idk
if you keep trying, it eventually works
[21:46]
ola_norskaye. It's usually a good idea to use national/nearest mirrors/repositires [21:48]
***BlueMaxim has joined #archiveteam-bs [21:49]
ola_norske.g , using apt-get towards main ubuntu mirrors can often fail for a day, before they sound off of and suddendly exist again
i can imagine they're hit with alot of shit from time to time, especially at security updates
CoolCanuk: like Selavi said, it might be good to use nearest/local mirror
[21:49]
CoolCanukye [21:53]
ola_norski also use a mirror at a norwegian university
canadian can't be much worse :D
(psst...if they are..head on over to norwegian mirrors..It's 22:55 here..so everyone is either drunk or asleep) ;d
CoolCanuk: https://www.debian.org/mirror/list-full ...And quit being selfish, use torrent :D
[21:54]
CoolCanuktorrent O_O? [21:57]
ola_norskif it's downloading CD ?
beh..nevermind..
CoolCanuk: https://www.debian.org/mirror/list-full#CA should solve it though
[21:58]
CoolCanukya
nah all good
[22:02]
ola_norskall's well that ends well
"There's a lot of possbilites as to why the Internet won't exist in it's current state" - Bryan Lunduke
no shit..
[22:03]
is there a browser that groups tabs? https://imgur.com/a/rZou0 [22:12]
astridwhat? [22:12]
ola_norskyou know, like in taskbar, where windows are grouped?
apply temporary mute when i'm rambling please. It's better than ban :)
ola_norsk is simply bored while downloading vidme videoes
downloading to ia upload <item> , that is
#vidmeh sounds to have scimped on task delegation, if it's "just" 600TB..
[22:13]
***ola_norsk was kicked by astrid (temporary mute) [22:19]
astridlol [22:19]
Kazthe fuck does that even mean [22:25]
astridmeans he's drunk
told him in pm that he can rejoin whenever, as soon as now
[22:25]
...... (idle for 29mn)
Froggingdon't drink and archive
:p
[22:55]
.... (idle for 17mn)
***ola_norsk has joined #archiveteam-bs [23:12]
ola_norsk'ia upload <item> *' would fail gracefully if there's no file in '*' , right? [23:13]
.... (idle for 16mn)
***jschwart has quit IRC (Konversation terminated!) [23:29]
eLbot has joined #archiveteam-bs [23:34]

↑back Search ←Prev date Next date→ Show only urls(Click on time to select a line by its url)