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| URL = http://canv.as
 
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| irc = canvas
 
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| source = [https://github.com/ArchiveTeam/canvas-grab canvas-grab], [https://github.com/ArchiveTeam/canvas-archive-grab canvas-archive-grab]
 
| source = [https://github.com/ArchiveTeam/canvas-grab canvas-grab], [https://github.com/ArchiveTeam/canvas-archive-grab canvas-archive-grab]
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About half of the images were saved. Their server couldn't handle the load until they pulled the plug on April 12, 2014.
 
About half of the images were saved. Their server couldn't handle the load until they pulled the plug on April 12, 2014.
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== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 03:22, 13 August 2014

Canvas Networks
Canv.as logo
Canvas homepage screenshot.png
URL http://canv.as
Project status Closing
Archiving status Saved!
Project source canvas-grab, canvas-archive-grab
Project tracker http://tracker.archiveteam.org/canvas/
IRC channel #canvas (on EFnet)
Project lead Unknown

Canvas Networks was a website centered on sharing and remixing media, particularly images. The website was founded by the owner of 4chan, Christopher Poole, and backed by Andreessen Horowitz, SV Angel, Lerer Ventures, Founder Collective, and Joshua Schachter. It closed in 2014.[1]

On August 8, 2014, a temporary static archive was made available. They expressed great interest in providing a permanent home for Canvas at the Internet Archive.

Site Structure

  • uggcf://pnai.nf/fgngvp/nepuvir_guernq_yvaxf.ugzy
  • Update (Aug 9, 2014): uggc://qenjdhrfg-rkcbeg.f3-jrofvgr-hf-rnfg-1.nznmbanjf.pbz/nyy_hfref.ugzy

How can I help?

The project is not in the warrior yet.

You can run the scripts manually.

New for August 2014!

Start up the warrior and select the Canvas project.

Alternatively for advanced users, you can run the scripts manually.

Archives

Archives are located at: https://archive.org/details/2014_03_Canvas_Grab

About half of the images were saved. Their server couldn't handle the load until they pulled the plug on April 12, 2014.

TODO: post link to archives of the static site.

References

External Links