|Archiving status||Partially saved|
|IRC channel|| (on hackint)|
(formerly #crapp.net (on EFnet))
|Data[how to use]||archiveteam_appnet|
App.net is an ad-free online social networking service and microblogging service which enables its users to write messages of up to 256 characters.
It provides its own frontend, (Alpha), but also has third party frontends that serve the same backend.
On 2017/01/12, App.net announced that they were shutting down on 2017/03/14.
How can I help?
Running a Warrior
You can start up a Warrior and there select App.net. (If you don't really care what you are archiving, select ArchiveTeam's Choice instead, as at some points ArchiveTeam may prioritize another project.)
Keep your number of threads to 4 or less. App.net applies rate limiting if you go too fast. These show up as
429 errors in the log.
Running the script manually
If you use Linux and you're a bit familiar with it, you can try running the script directly.
The instructions can be found at github.com/ArchiveTeam/appnet-grab.
|Some additional information|
|Don't forget to replace YOURNICKHERE with your nickname.
The number after
If you want to stop the script, please do it gracefully if possible. To do so, create an empty file named STOP in the folder of the script (terminal command:
If you see "Project code is out of date", kill the script, go to its folder (
Donating to the Internet Archive
Content downloaded by the ArchiveTeam will be uploaded to the Internet Archive, where it will be stored and be available – hopefully – forever. However, storing it costs thousands of dollars in the long run. So, if you can afford, please consider donating to the Internet Archive, so that this piece of history can be kept for us all. http://archive.org/donate
Do you like our cause?
If you want to help in other projects, want to learn more about ArchiveTeam, or even help in development in general, navigate to the Main Page of this wiki, from there you can reach a lot of information. The Team consists of volunteers working on the projects in their free time, so helping hands (and resources) are always welcome.