PS: Problems with www.aias.us, www.upitec.org adn www.et3m

Yes and also all the UFT papers from UFT1 to UFT374, i.e. all of the pages that I looked at were fine when I last checked them a few weeks ago, now none are visible. All the items are visible and working on the July 31st 2015 archive on www.webarchive.org.uk. The same is true of www.upitec.org and www.et3m.net. If you look up the 31st July 2015 archive for www.aias.us on www.webarchive.org.uk, you will see that all the pages are visible.

In a message dated 27/04/2017 20:07:04 GMT Daylight Time, mark@archive.org writes:

So… are you saying: https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://aias.us/documents/uft/a374thpaper.pdf used to playback, but now does not?

– Mark

On Apr 27, 2017, at 12:02 PM, Horst Eckardt <mail> wrote:

I would like to give this hint:
For example the document
http://aias.us/documents/uft/a374thpaper.pdf
should be archived. I am not sure what the corresponding address of the Wayback Machine should be.

Regards,
Horst Eckardt

Am 27.04.2017 um 20:55 schrieb EMyrone:

This is the research group and other colleagues I work with. The URL’s affected are www.aias.us, www.upitec.org and www.et3m.net. I checked with www.oxford.ac.uk and www.cambridge.ac.uk archived on www.archive.org and those two sites work fine. Up until recently the URL’s www.aias.us, www.upitec.org and www.et3m.net all worked fine, all the pages came up on all sites at all dates. None of the settings have been changed on www.aias.us, www.upitec.org and www.et3m.net. UPITEC Director Horst Eckardt mentions that the scripting mechanisms on the sites control the pages. These scripting mechanisms have not been changed.

In a message dated 27/04/2017 19:47:33 GMT Daylight Time, mark writes:

Myron keeps adding all 35 of you back into this thread even after I take them out. So… at the risk of over-sharing.. I am sending this response to all of you. 🙂

Yes… it looks like some of the pages, for the sites you are asking about, have not been archived. I am very sorry about that. This does not appear to be a “bug”.
BTW… please share specific URLs you might have questions about.

I am happy to help.

– Mark Graham
Director, Wayback Machine, Internet Archive

On Apr 27, 2017, at 11:38 AM, EMyrone wrote:

I have tried teh latest date, 21st April 2017, the same thing happens. The site appear but if one clicks on any page such as “AIAS staff” the page does not appear, a message appears that the site has not been archived. This happens on all dates back to 2002, and on all dates of www.upitec.org and www.et3m.net

In a message dated 27/04/2017 18:41:05 GMT Daylight Time, mark writes:

(Dropping the 35 people from the CC.)

Can you please give me a specific example URL?

– Mark Graham
Director, Wayback Machine, Internet Archive

On Apr 27, 2017, at 10:22 AM, EMyrone wrote:

Many thanks, I agree that the site is visible, as in the link below, when one clicks on the link below the site comes up looking fine, but when one clicks on any entry of the website, a message comes up stating that “this page appears not to have been archived”. The bug is present on all dates and all entries of all three websites back to 2002. It seems to have developed suddenly very recently.

cc Aled Betts, Digital Archivist, National Library of Wales, and colleagues.

In a message dated 27/04/2017 18:07:38 GMT Daylight Time, mark writes:

Hi Myron,

Might you please be more specific about what URLs/dates you are not able to play back?

E.g. I can see: https://web.archive.org/web/20170313233649/http://www.aias.us just fine.

– Mark Graham
Director, Wayback Machine, Internet Archive

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