[Auugps] [AUUG-Talk]: Last call: dealing with two boxes of AUUG documents and photos from Christopher Vance
auug at davidnewall.com
Wed Jul 8 16:14:28 AEST 2020
Depending on size, I can spin up a Web server on one of my servers in a
tier 3 data centre. That will:
a) ensure the files are accessible;
b) let them be discovered by search engines;
c) give time to decide on a permanent solution.
I can't offer backups, though, so it would be best if at least one other
person keeps copies.
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Subject: Re: [Auugps] [AUUG-Talk]: Last call: dealing with two boxes of
AUUG documents and photos from Christopher Vance
Date: Wed, 8 Jul 2020 16:01:45 +1000
From: steve jenkin <sjenkin at canb.auug.org.au>
To: AUUG Talk <talk at lists.auug.org.au>, auugps at lists.ozlabs.org
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CC: esther at nu.org <esther at nu.org>, Greg Tunnock <greg at tunnock.net>
Thanks for offering to get out to Camden.
Two ‘archive’ boxes I believe, or could be movers “Book Boxes”, approx
I don’t know where the AUUG documents went or even if they were archived.
Frank Crawford organised the scanning of AUUGN by Google Books.
That, to me, was an inspired solution to creating a well curated
permanent home for them.
As I wrote first time, if we get the cache of dcos from Christopher
scanned, then what?
There’s no point in even scanning them if there’s no plan to preserve them.
> On 8 Jul 2020, at 12:39, Greg Tunnock <greg at tunnock.net> wrote:
> Hi Steve,
> I maybe able to go to Camden to collect the AUUG things and sort
> through them for scanning, disposal and archival.
> How much is there?
> I would need guidance from the AUUG elders?
> I can't provide long term archival storage myself?
> Where are other physical AUUG things archived - is this the main archive?
> Kind regards,
> Greg Tunnock
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