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Memento

Description:
Memento allows one to browse the web as if it were a date and time in the past. Using Memento, one can see what the news reported on the day of 9/11, avoid spoilers for Game of Thrones, explore Wikipedia before the death of Michael Jackson, explore the changes in terminology for scientific purposes, avoid dead links, and more. Memento achieves this by allowing one to query many web archives at once, finding the best archived web page for the date and time chosen.

Roles:
Collaboration, Development, Documentation


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Signposting the Scholarly Web

Description:
Signposting uses HTTP link headers to allow machines to find information about scholarly resources. Using signposting, a machine can find Bibliographic information when starting at the published PDF, or a machine can find the author when starting at the DOI.

Roles:
Collaboration, Documentation

Software


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Python Memento Client

Description:
This library provides Memento client capabilities, allowing Python applications to connect to Memento TimeGates are retrieve archived web pages.



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Memento MediaWiki Extension

Description:
The Memento extension allows one to browse an entire MediaWiki site as if it were a date in the past; to do this it adds support for datetime negotiation as specified by the Memento protocol to a MediaWiki system. It provides server-side support to allow a Memento client to navigate a MediaWiki system as it was at a time in the past chosen by a user. To gain an understanding about the functionality provided by Memento's time travel, check out this brief overview that includes temporal navigations across Wikipedia and other web sites.



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MementoHeaders MediaWiki Extension

Description:
This extension only provides the headers for use with an external Memento MediaWiki proxy server, allowing wiki sites to easily support Memento without having to perform Web Time Travel themselves, offloading this additional processing to a Memento Project supported proxy server instead.