9 posts about Archive on this blog
Thursday 6 November 2014, 13:48
In general, once a piece of content is published on BBC Online, it should stay there...
Friday 24 October 2014, 07:29
One thing we didn’t want to do is continuously deliver low quality code…
Wednesday 15 October 2014, 23:05
The web site is hosted on Linux servers. We have database servers running MySQL and Sphinx Search and application servers which run Apache and a web application written in Perl using Dancer and Template Toolkit. In front of the application servers a layer of Varnish application cache servers helps to...
Monday 19 May 2014, 13:22
The next steps will be to convert our BBC Web Archive 1.0 and any older archived sites into the WARC international web archive standard, so they can sit with the Internet Archive extracted crawls we have obtained.
Monday 10 March 2014, 08:35
Eight indy teams who successfully wowed us at the Connected Studio event in January came to build prototypes and hone their ideas. We were housed in the Titanic Centre in Belfast, long hours sat on chairs rumoured to have been made for the ship itself.
Wednesday 29 January 2014, 08:35
Audiences get to control their own serendipitous journeys into our content within a context curated by BBC Journalists, so experiences remain relevant and rich with public service value.
Monday 9 December 2013, 15:27
Journalists like me believe we can combine the archive and digital technology to create new and powerful forms of public service storytelling. We can connect the archive to events happening now, and to News being consumed today, in a way that audiences routinely see the world with more knowledge, understanding...
Friday 8 March 2013, 16:11
Hi I'm Nat Smith a freelance digital project manager. I helped co-ordinate the creation of the Your Paintings site.
My colleague Nick Cohen blogged about the public beta launch of Your Paintings in 2011.
Now the digitisation and publishing of the paintings is complete, we thought it would be a great time...
Friday 24 August 2012, 19:35
In my role as the BBC's Chief Technical Architect I try to ensure that we can make the best possible use of the latest digital tools and technologies in order to serve our audiences.
That means working with both programme-makers and programmers on internal systems that may never be seen by members of...
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