Tired of broken links? Archive yours with owark, The Open Web Archive
- Blog: http://owark.org/blog/
- Git repository read access: git://owark.org/owark.git
- Git repository write access (account required): firstname.lastname@example.org:owark
- Twitter account: @owark_project - hashtag: #owark - page: https://twitter.com/#!/owark_project
- Example of archived page: http://owark.org/blog/owark/9/
On this wiki
To install the Owark plugin on your WordPress? blog:
- Install the Broken Link Checker plugin and configure it to check broken links wherever you want (posts, pages, comments, ...): Owark will archive all the links checked by the Broken Link Checker (and only these ones).
- Make sure wget (version >= 1.11) is installed on your server
- Get the latest version of the Owark plugin (git clone git://owark.org/owark.git)
- Copy or move the owark/wordpress/plugins/owark directory into your WordPress? wp-content/plugins/ directory
- Make sure wp-content/plugins/owark/archives is writable by your web server
- Activate the plugin
- You're done.
Owark is a new project to create a network of personal web archives that has been presented at OSCON 2011.
If you want to give your readers the possibility to chose between links to live pages and their archives, you may be interested in nhrefs, a sister project to define multi destinations links in HTML as microformats, RDFa or microdata.
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