[ahimsa-tech] imc prague archive (was: Re: [IMC-Tech] ahimsa* shutdown update)
boud at riseup.net
Thu Mar 15 15:27:47 PDT 2007
On Thu, 15 Mar 2007, kwadronaut wrote:
> Like told earlier: thanks a lot jeff! Brussels, ovl, uruguay and
> antwerpen moved to popelin, like told earlier, there's still space for
> marseille. If kenya isn't going to migrate within the usa to mir, it
> could get some shelter at popelin too.
> Altough both prague and andorra (is armenia really moved? nice) are both
> inactive, I think it would still be nice to have their archives up
"hiro protagonist" from imc andorra claims that the collective is alive,
see my previous email.
i definitely agree that a (static) archive of prague should be online
(and andorra if the andorrans fail to speak up and get things done).
IMHO we very much owe it to the indymedia community to post a static
archive of imc prague. It was the first central/east europe imc, and
even if it failed because it was more of a single event - IMF meeting +
protests - imc, and probably not enough a real local grassroots imc,
there was a lot of good stuff on the site.
At the moment all i see on web1 is:
which is inaccessible to ordinary users (me anyway :) on ahimsa and a
one line entry about the frozen archive in
i would guess the number of hits would be relatively low since it's only
an archival site (google on "prague.indymedia.org" gets only 2500 pages),
so we could probably put it anywhere without adding a lot
of bandwidth pressure, provided we could generate a set of static pages.
i don't know how easy this would be with dada.
i'm going to have to look at how to migrate a dada database dump to
samizdat, so if someone could make a full database dump available,
preferably the images too, one solution which i'd be happy to contribute
to (e.g. few weeks time scale, to get it done well before the 1 May deadline),
would be to make it available through a samizdat frontend with publishing
But if someone has an alternative archiving idea, please speak up - i'll
happily avoid doing the work if someone else wants to/will do it.
> toya wrote:
>> un update bout brasil - we are already set to me out of ahimsa :)
>> thanks jeff for all during all this time!!!
>> Em Thu, Mar 15, 2007 at 03:39:08PM -0300, jeff moe escreveu:
>>> ahimsa* is shutting down May 1. No files will be accessible via rsync/ssh/etc
>>> at that point.
>>> Since docs.indymedia.org is down (surprise, surprise) and there was discussion
>>> on IRC about the current status, I thought I should send to the list the
>>> current state. Judging by DNS, the current sites:
>>> Brasil - on ahimsa* and other mirrors
>>> UK - moved
>>> New York - on ahimsa* and other mirrors
>>> Germany - on ahimsa* and other mirrors
>>> Armenia - moved
>>> Euskal Herria - moved
>>> Galiza - on ahimsa*
>>> San Diego - on ahimsa* and other mirrors
>>> andorra - on ahimsa* (abandoned IMC I think)
>>> italy - moved (!)
>>> kenya - on ahimsa*
>>> marseille - on ahimsa*
>>> prague - on ahimsa* (in archive mode)
>>> wmass - on ahimsa*
>>> colorado - on ahimsa*
>>> nantes - on ahimsa*
>>> nice - on ahimsa*
>>> portugal - on ahimsa*
>>> nimiq - on ahimsa*
>>> ivdn - on ahimsa*
>>> bolivia-devel - moved
>>> US - moved
>>> global - moved
>>> That's from a list I cut & pasted from IRC, there may be others. In sum,
>>> there's still quite a number of sites to move.
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