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Google Local Guides Nederland after G+

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/04/02

For my information archive as G+ died:

From the (unarchived, but disappeared) Is er al iemand een slack kanaal gestart waar we als localguides heen kunnen?

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My message was blocked – Google Product Forums

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/03/18

Cool: https://support.google.com/mail/?p=RfcMessageNonCompliant

So Google does RFC checkking: [Archive.isMy message was blocked – Google Product Forums and shows bot the above link and this in the SMTP protocol:

“Our system has detected that this message is not RFC 5322 compliant,”

After that is the actual reason (for instance no From).

–jeroen

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GitHub – ArchiveTeam/googleplus-grab: Archiving Google+.

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/03/18

Soon this is a thing of the past, but for just a few more days, you can help: Archiving Google+.

Either run this project: [WayBack] GitHub – ArchiveTeam/googleplus-grab: Archiving Google+.

Or even better: run the appliance, and help the WayBack machine with any archiving projects setup by the virtual appliance: the [WayBack] ArchiveTeam Warrior – Archiveteam.

See some of their other pages for more background information:

You can donate both to the archive team, and the internet archive:

How is G+ archiving doing?

The tracker is well under way: [WayBack] Googleplus tracker Dashboard. History: archive.is 1; archive.is 2

Viewing is simple, but what about saving?

[WayBack] If You See Something, Save Something – 6 Ways to Save Pages In the Wayback Machine | Internet Archive Blogs

The WayBack machine has a few APIs (see[WayBack] Wayback Machine APIs | Internet Archive), and includes support for [WayBack] JSONP – Wikipedia.

Example URLs for the most simple API:

 

Removing content

If you want to remove your own content from the WayBack machine, you can: [WayBack] How do I remove an item page from the site? – Internet Archive Help Center

More

[WayBack] Saving of public Google+ content at the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine by the Archive Team has begun : plexodus

–jeroen

via: [WayBack] The archiving of public Google+ content to the Internet Archive by the Archive Team has has begun. What does this mean, how does this affect you, and w… – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers – Google+

Posted in Development, G+: GooglePlus, Google, InternetArchive, Power User, Python, Scripting, SocialMedia, Software Development, WayBack machine | Leave a Comment »

There’s recently been a question about moving G+ Photos to Google Photos. [Th…

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/03/01

[WayBack] There’s recently been a question about moving G+ Photos to Google Photos. [That is, Photos posted to Google+] Just been playing with this. Here’s one… – Julian Bond – Google+

Before I forget:

Here’s one route.

  1. Go to Google Photos settings and set Google Drive –
    Sync photos & videos from Google Drive.
  2. Google Takeout. G+Streams.Photos.
  3. Unzip locally.
  4. Copy the contents of ‘Takeout\Google+ Stream\Photos\Photos from posts‘ to a directory in Google Drive\My Pictures
  5. Fire up “Backup and Sync from Google” to upload
  6. Check the photos are now present in Photos.

And https://get.google.com/albumarchive/

Via: [WayBack] There’s recently been a question about moving G+ Photos to Google Photos. Just been playing with this. Here’s one route. 1. Go to Google Photos setti… – Alan Cox – Google+

–jeroen

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Bye, Bye, Google · Bogdan Popa

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/02/28

Interesting approach: saying good bye isn’t that hard if you do not share a lot things with other people through it.

[WayBackBye, Bye, Google · Bogdan Popa:

I spent this past weekend de-Google-ifying my life and, despite my expectations, it wasn’t too hard to do. I started by moving all of my websites off of Google App Engine and onto a dedicated box that I had already owned. That was straightforward enough. Next, I removed any Google Analytics snippets from each of them and replaced those with my own analytics server that I had built a while back (it doesn’t store any PII, only aggregate information (and very little of that, too)).

Via:

This might be a viable mail alternative: [WayBack] Reliable Email Provider, Inbox Email & Resource Center | inbox.com

Simplify your online communication with one login to secure email communication, organize conversations, and fine-tune archive searches.

Via: [WayBack] Thank you for following us! It’s been our pleasure to build a community with all of you. In the coming weeks, we’ll be closing this page. Please find us… – Google – Google+

Thank you for following us! It’s been our pleasure to build a community with all of you. In the coming weeks, we’ll be closing this page. Please find us here to stay connected:

www.youtube.com/google
www.twitter.com/google
www.instagram.com/google
www.facebook.com/google

–jeroen

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