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Re: Forum Topic Pruning: SOS needs your help

Postby Sam Spoons » Thu Jun 11, 2020 11:41 am

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Re: Forum Topic Pruning: SOS needs your help

Postby Ghostjax » Sat Aug 29, 2020 3:04 pm

What do people say? You've said exactly what I was wondering. I might be new to this site but man, data this huge shouldn't be wasted.
desmond wrote:Is there any way to export a pre-pruned text dump of the forums, which can then be hosted online?

It's a shame in the age of big data that online history might be deleted, but I understand the performance and business needs to do this. But if some kind of text archive could be exported and hosted, then at least the data would be retained and be searchable just in case, rather than have a bunch of text gone forever.

Admittedly, how much value is in those posts is probably questionable, but even so...

Or is it all just a big conspiracy to stop me reaching my 10K post count..? (Again!) :lol:
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Re: Forum Topic Pruning: SOS needs your help

Postby Sounillph » Sun Sep 27, 2020 8:02 am

Does SOS still need help now?
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Re: Forum Topic Pruning: not happening

Postby Forum Admin » Thu Oct 29, 2020 10:43 am

We have had to put this intended prune on the back-burner -- too many higher priorities for the WebDev team to focus on -- and will probably re-visit ways to improve Forum page-load times in early 2021.
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