We need some Freeper volunteers.
I'm worried that if the mounting evidence in these documents starts to make some people uneasy, the documents might suddenly disappear from the internet.
So we should download and save as many of these documents as possible so that Jveritas and eyespysomething and others can continue this important work.
This is what we need:
A. To download and save as many as possible... which means either one of these:
1. Someone with huge amounts of disk storage space who can save them all in one place.
2. A bunch of Freepers to volunteer their time and disk storage space to download these documents.
And if we use option #2 above, then we also need:
B. Some way to assign which documents each person will download and save, to prevent duplication of effort.
Any volunteers? Any suggestions on how to accomplish B ??
Please ping anyone you think could help.
Unfortunately, I can't do any of it (downloading, organizing, assigning, etc.) due to an already overloaded schedule. So please don't reply to me directly. But hopefully some Freepers will get this accomplished.
I wouldn't worry- there is at LEAST one person who has catalogued, copied, saved and interpreted these docs :)
Call Karl Rove...i am sure he has copies galore...but you make an excellant point in your post!
"A. To download and save as many as possible..."
Is this something that we need to do? Do you have any idea how much space would be needed to archive this stuff?
I have something around 100Gig of space on my secondary drive and a 3 meg/sec T-1 at work. If the stuff will fit in that amount of space, I can leave my laptop at the office and see if I can suck the entire FMSO site in overnight one night.
Don't worry, I'm sure the National Archives will ensure that they are kept intact. I mean, it's not like someone could go in there and destroy documents!
"Any suggestions on how to accomplish B ??"
The how to accomplish B could be done by someone downloads the files for a month, or 2 or a quarter, then someone else does it for the same period of time.
I think if we go document by document, that would get confusing. Periods of time make more sense.