Webrecorder November Community Call
Tuesday, November 30, 2021 @ 12:00 PM EST / 9:00 AM PST
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The Webrecorder project builds tools to make web archiving easier and more accessible for all. One of our key focus goals is to empower users (YOU!) to be able to direct the archiving process through the browser, and to store the archives in a storage of your choosing.

Webrecorder has received an Open Source Development Grant from the Filecoin Foundation to work on standardization and design around creation of browser-based web archives.

For this next community call, we will be delving deeper into use cases around our WACZ format and discuss upcoming UX research around browser-based web archiving.

We would like to hear feedback, critiques, and comments to help us evaluate the specifications and use cases of WACZ files and browser-based web archives.

To start off, we will be adding specific use cases for WACZ on the GitHub repo, which will be listed here: https://github.com/webrecorder/wacz-spec/labels/use-case

More information about the grant from our last blog post: https://webrecorder.net/2021/10/13/devgrant-design-and-standards.html

In addition to discussing this grant, we'll answer general questions about our tools and web archiving in general and give you time to ask questions!
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