#urlteam 2018-04-18,Wed

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Calvin_heya web archivists!
just wanted to jump in to see if any initiatives have been started to see if goo.gl links can start being archived? They announced they're discontinuing goo.gl a few weeks ago.
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JAAHi Calvin_. Yeah, we're aware of it. We'll archive it next year when no new links will get created anymore.
(So we don't have to do it twice.)
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Calvin_@JAA, good point. Any idea how goo.gl links will be archived? same scraping tools as for bit.ly and other shorteners?
good to hear you are on top of things <£
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JAAI haven't looked into it at all yet, but yeah, we'll use this project for it. [13:34]
Calvin_awesome! I'd love to contribute to that archiving project when it rolls around. [13:36]
JAARun a warrior (or the scripts directly) on URLTeam, and you will. :-) [13:36]
Calvin_Will do! I'm setting up an old desktop to act as a script running machine, that should be up and running in a few weeks. I'm planning on getting a warrior on it once it's up ;) [13:39]
JAASweet! [13:39]
Calvin_Do you actually have any recommendations of what OS to use on hardware with that purpose? I was thinking of just getting Linux installed on it, but maybe some server software might be better if my goal is to run it 24/7? Like FreeNAS or something similar, although I don't really know how you can then run scripts on that. [13:40]
JAAI'm a fan of Debian, but yeah, any decent Linux-based system will work perfectly. [13:40]
Calvin_interesting! and you run that 24/7? [13:41]
JAASure
The main userbase of Debian are servers which run continuously for weeks to years. :-)
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Calvin_awesome. I'll look into Debian! [13:42]
JAAYou may want to run it without a graphical interface though. Or at least not Gnome or a derivative.
Gnome has a lot of bugs and memory leaks and whatnot, so it's not too stable in the long term in my experience.
And yeah, if you use a Linux-based OS, you can just run the scripts directly rather than using the warrior VM.
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Calvin_gotcha, good tips [13:45]
JAAIt's a bit more work since you have to set up new projects manually, but it takes a lot less resources and can run multiple projects in parallel (without running multiple VMs, which eats even more resources). [13:45]
Calvin_running multiple projects sounds like a good idea.
Are you saying I could just get a warrior on a Windows-based system and have that run continuously as well?
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JAAYeah, I guess so. [13:46]
Calvin_haha don't worry, that won't happen, just interesting that that works as well [13:47]
JAAYeah, the warrior VM is just a Debian-based VM which runs the project code, essentially. [13:47]
Calvin_cool, thanks for the tips! I'll get back to this space when I have my hardware up and running. I'll probably have a bunch more questions then. [13:47]
JAACheers. Check out #archiveteam-bs and #warrior as well. The former for general discussion on ArchiveTeam, the latter for warrior-related stuff. [13:48]
Calvin_I see, it's indeed much more logical to just install Debian instead of installing another OS and then getting a VM to run in that. [13:48]
JAAAnd #archiveteam, which is our announcement channel. [13:48]
Calvin_Will do! Leave a comment at https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/User:CalvinBall if you want to get to me when I'm not in IRC :D
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JAANoted. Cya [13:49]
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