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33 Responses

  1. ed says:

    considered downloading the articles from here and converting them back to markdown/bbcode/whatever? http://web.archive.org/web/20201008181820/http://wololo.net/

  2. jill says:

    Fecking n00b.

  3. bl4ckbl00d says:

    guys I know that last article about the vita theme was embarrassing, but you don’t need to destroy the site to cover it: P

  4. John says:

    Welcome back to life, I thought that you have gone 2 cm below.

  5. tyrone says:

    sounds like somebody needs to learn about data backup.

  6. Sebastian says:

    Atmosphere 0.13 just got release? Cool! <3

  7. d4rk51d3 says:

    Spammers gonna be cranky.

  8. fresno says:

    Welcome back Wololo.

  9. Xiaoleng says:

    Seems wololo.net do have new article auto e-mail sending function, how about restore those new articles manually by referring the e-mail copy?

  10. meysam25 says:

    sorry to hear that

  11. Sterist says:

    UNRAID parity drive, problem solved and on a budget. no time machine involved, so, not retroactively ;(

  12. Alaster says:

    I am very sorry to hear this. I hope you can be more prepared next time. I also hope we can have most of the conent re-posted.

  13. qlum says:

    As for what is actually lost, archive.org does have a version from the 8th of october: https://web.archive.org/web/20201008181820/http://wololo.net/
    Granted getting data out of that one will probably not be viable.

    In general automatic backups are your friend, just make sure to regularly check if they are being made properly.

  14. John says:

    who cares the site is dead anyway

  15. kronos says:

    Are all data for latest ps4 and ps3 still linked to this site

  16. billili says:

    Haha what a nooob, has articles about backing up games, doesn’t backup his website.

  17. Joe Blanchett says:

    If the archive.org backup is accurate, there’s only 3 pages of posts between June and now which is max 30 articles to restore which I’m sure could be done manually copy paste into your backend CMS in a day or 2? The comments won’t be there but at least the content will.

  18. Joe Blanchett says:

    If archive.org is accurate there are only 30 posts to restore between Jun 1st and now which would only take 1-2 days manually copying and pasting.

    Comments won’t be there but at least you’ll have all the content.

  19. Backups says:

    Backups backups backups backups backups

  20. Kalle Anka says:

    Really glad you´re back. But how is it possible to not make a backup at least once a month when running a great site like this? Once a week should be recommended but at least once a month. Hopefully everything can get restored with the above tips.

  21. emailme says:

    I have a backup of all lost blog posts in my RSS feed reader, I can send it to you if needed.

  22. Wirus says:

    Welcome back my dear Wololo!

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