We actually have implemented the original question above with some shell
scripts for harvesting, and creating SIPs. The SIPs are then ingested
into our Islandora instance with the Web ARChive Solution Pack as
AIPs. DIPs are also available via our local Wayback instance, and on
an given object page.
For example, here is the crawl of YFile from December 26, 2013 in
Islandora with associated derivatives, and here it is rendered in our
If you're curious about the Islandora Web ARChive Solution Pack, I have
written up a couple posts on it.
...and as always, if you notice that I'm doing something wrong, let me
know, or fork and contribute!
On 14-01-14 12:26 PM, Nathan Tallman wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 14, 2014 at 12:08 PM, Francis Kayiwa <[log in to unmask]>wrote:
>> If Skidmore has an IR I'd looking into adding them into your IR and render
>> from there (in addition to WARC'ing them)
> Francis, I'm confused when you say "in addition to WARC'ing them." Wouldn't
> you be putting the WARC into the IR and using it to render? Or are you
> advocating that a format other than WARC should go into the IR?