British Library UK Web Archive Blog: Web Archiving the UEFA Women’s Euros in Scotland and Wales. “The UEFA [Union of European Football Associations] Women’s Euro 2022 competition is taking place across England from July 6 to July 31, 2022. We are collecting websites about the 2022 UEFA Women’s EURO from around the UK.”
Europe PMC: Keeping it under lock and keywords: exploring new ways to open up the web archives with notebooks.
Europe PMC: Keeping it under lock and keywords: exploring new ways to open up the web archives with notebooks.. “…the scale of the [UK Government Web Archive] exposes the limits of the current search interface, and there is no facility to understand the archive in aggregate. This article seeks to go beyond the simple keyword search by exploring the data sources available, from APIs to web crawling, for computational analysis of the UKGWA. The article is accompanied by two Python Notebooks which present examples of analysis using each data source. Notebooks lower the technical barriers for the reader to explore and interpret the UKGWA as data, while surfacing the challenges around making web material computationally accessible.”
FIPP: Pugpig acquires Bondi digital archive platform. “Digital publishing platform Pugpig has acquired Bondi, a digital magazine archive platform that provides fully searchable historical content for researchers, students, journalists, and magazine lovers in general. The Bondi support team will join Pugpig in its New York office, as the company looks to expand its footprint across the US.”
Harvard University: Web Archive Preserves Data Related to Russia’s War on Ukraine. “The new “Russia’s War in Ukraine” collection seeks to document Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022 which resulted in a full-scale war after eight years of military conflict between Russian and Ukraine.” The archive looks to include a variety of content, from news articles to Web sites.
Duke University Libraries: Code Repository vs Archival Repository. You need both.. “…there are many types of repositories, both digital and analog: repositories of bones, insects, plants, books, digital data, etc. Even among the subset of digital repositories there are many types. Some digital repositories keep your data safe for posterity and replication. Some help you manage the distribution of analysis and code. Knowing about these differences will affect not only the ease of your computational workflow, but also the legacy of your published works.”
NixIntel: Make Your Own Internet Archive With Archive Box. “Hunchly is excellent for capturing web pages, but I still like to supplement it with YouTube-dl for grabbing video content. Recently I’ve also started using Archive Box to build offline archives of web content that I want to keep…. Archive Box can build full archives of the websites listed in your bookmarks, browser history, or from a list of custom URLs that you provide. In the rest of this post I’ll show you how you can set up and install Archive Box and start to archive your own pages.”