Paperless is an application by Daniel Quinn and others that indexes your scanned documents and allows you to easily search for documents and store metadata alongside your documents.
Paperless-ng is a fork of the original project, adding a new interface and many other changes under the hood. For a detailed list of changes, see below.
Paperless does not control your scanner, it only helps you deal with what your scanner produces.
Store archived documents with an embedded OCR text layer, while keeping originals available.
RadioWitness is a P25 public safety radio archive with a web application and support for cryptographically authenticated mirrors through Dat Protocol. Running this software requires two or more RTLSDR radios and one or more local P25 "Phase 1" public safety radio networks.
It looks like reading through the documentation alone will help in building a trunk tracker.
Chupacabra enables users to archive and discuss web content free of surveilance and commercial influence. It can be used for personal research, micro-blogging, or discussing dank memes. Chupa posts are standalone archives of web content (a single HTML file with images embedded and scripts removed) and a corresponding Matrix message pointing to the mxc:// URI where the archive can be fetched. Posts can be discussed in real-time in the channel that they were shared. Behind the scenes, all post discussion is composed of replies to the post's Matrix message.
Perma.cc helps scholars, journals, courts, and others create permanent records of the web sources they cite. Perma.cc is simple, free to use, and is built and supported by libraries. Free to use at 10 records per month, unless you're an academic. Designed specifically so that it can be used for citations. Has an API. Open source. Written in Python, uses Django. Stores things as WARC files.
Zopfli is a new data compression algorithm from researchers at Google which seems to work better than most existing compression algorithms out there. The trade off is that it can take much longer to finish compressing files, but more space and transmission time are saved. It is recommended for compress-once-distribute-many-times use cases.
A howto for activists that describes how to capture and archive video footage. Includes archival of metadata, keeping files intact, raw and edited video concerns, organization, storage concerns, cataloging, sharing, and preservation. Treats it in a verifiable, library-like manner. Can be downloaded, too.
witness.org's library of reference and training materials for activists, instructors, and allies. video production, recording LEO actions, archival, how to work with survivors, camera specifics and trainings, data science, covering protests, collecting evidence, crimes, and field guides.
A set of tools written in python for downloading and archiving wiki sites. Tries to find and use the API if it's enabled on the site; a path to same can be specified if need be.
How to bind pages into books. Ideal for binding photocopies into new books.
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