We actually have implemented the original question above with some shell 
scripts[1] for harvesting, and creating SIPs. The SIPs are then ingested 
into our Islandora instance with the Web ARChive Solution Pack[2] as 
AIPs. DIPs are also available via our local Wayback instance[3], and on 
an given object page.

For example, here is the crawl of YFile from December 26, 2013 in 
Islandora[4] with associated derivatives, and here it is rendered in our 
local Wayback[5].

If you're curious about the Islandora Web ARChive Solution Pack, I have 
written up a couple posts on it[6][7].

...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?
> Thanks,
> Nathan