JamesNewton last edited by
There are a LOT of asked and answered question in the google+ group. When it goes bye bye April 2 (and they are fools to drop it), will all that be lost or has someone at least downloaded it? I understand presenting the data may be difficult, but if it's downloaded we might find a way in the future.
The Wayback machine CAN archive it, but so far it isn't working as far as I can tell. A separate group is working on that:
I HAVE made the request for them to save the OpenJSCommunity to the Wayback archive. That doesn't really seem to have worked very well. E.g. the comments on a post are not expandable.
Anyway, I'ma be really sad when I can't search for an answer to a question and have to instead re-ask it here.
OK. I archived what I could down load using the crappy tools from Google.
I’m pretty peaved at the results. Obviously, Google thinks that a bunch of monkeys can write software to download web content. SIGH
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@jamesnewton Indeed it is not that critical, it won't be bad to have already answered questions on the previous forum asked again here, so up to date answers could be provided. By the way those who have jscad knowledge/experience to share can make a post to show what they do, put some code.
I have archived the data that Google provides via the ‘archive’ tool, which is pretty much worthless. I’m still trying to find a better solution, but most groups are scrambling now. If you find something then please post back.