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"How can my blog stay in the Digital History of Portugal?" Is the starting question for this meeting dedicated to digital preservation.
The information collected from the Web during 2015 is now avaliable in Arquivo.pt!
Arquivo.pt released a new version of its service on the 25th of January 2017.
Arquivo.pt released a new version on the 7th of November 2016.
Arquivo.pt is looking for a Java/Linux Engineer interested in Machine Learning and Information Retrieval.
Call for bursary applications open until 31 October 2016
The new version of Arquivo.pt supports memento protocol natively. It was launced on 6 June 2016.
We have released a new version of Arquivo.pt!
The Arquivo.pt team went to the biggest international Web archiving conference.
The Arquivo.pt made 2 crawls of Web pages related with the Portuguese Presidential Elections of 2016.
On the 12th January 2016 we have issued a press release about Arquivo.pt, where we explain our service, its history, present, colaborations and future challenges.
The Arquivo.pt made 4 crawls of Web pages related with the Portuguese Parliamentary Elections of 2015.
Arquivo.pt - the Portuguese Web Archive is a nonprofit public service that requires dissemination.
We are pleased to announce that we launched a new release of Arquivo.pt - the Portuguese Web Archive, after two years of suspension in the development of the service.
You are most welcome to join us if you can.
The Portuguese Web Archive attempts to archive .EU web sites.
A new software package is available to facilitate research our test collection for Web Archive Information Retrieval.
We need a Java/Linux engineer to continue to improve our search service.
Our former colleague Miguel Costa defended his PhD thesis at the University of Lisbon on the 4th November 2014. The slides and video are available!
Session at ISCTE (Lisbon) "Archive.pt as an infrastructure for research in Social Sciences and Humanities"