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    I'd like to try and get more people involved with infocon.org, finding new content or ideas for how to grow or manage the collection.

    I've created an automatic RSS process that will read the torrent rss subscription url https://infocon.org/infocon.org-css/infoconorg-cons.rss and post updates to a thread. It's an experiment on how automatic RSS posting could work.

    Anyway, welcome to the infocon.org conversation!
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    With the risk of You Tube taking down security content I've started planning for mirroring educational security channels on YouTube, but before I put a bunch of time into it I wanted to ask if other projects are already doing this? Is it something worthwhile for the community?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Dark Tangent View Post
      With the risk of You Tube taking down security content I've started planning for mirroring educational security channels on YouTube, but before I put a bunch of time into it I wanted to ask if other projects are already doing this? Is it something worthwhile for the community?
      If nobody else is doing this or it is unorganized, I think we should ask people on twitter, and other social networks to post links to high-risk videos they think are of greatest risk to being taken down by you tube here, or maybe in a private, member's only space, away from non-member search engines.

      Then if we are going to archive stuff from youtube, the highest risk for loss items could be copied first.

      Things to gather with this? The name of the account that posted the videos, and any contact information for them, so that if youtube takes down a video, we can try to reach them outside of the reach of youtube, and maybe get copies of uploaded videos direct from their creator.

      Details would also be useful to help with de-duplication of videos: topic, subject, significant quotes from video, name of creator, date of first creation/upload (to help find oldest/original).

      Worry about hte de-duplication later, but gather the details for each while they are available.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Dark Tangent View Post
        With the risk of You Tube taking down security content I've started planning for mirroring educational security channels on YouTube, but before I put a bunch of time into it I wanted to ask if other projects are already doing this? Is it something worthwhile for the community?

        I think it is worthwhile for the community, I've learnt a lot of things just with Defcon's Videos. I can help with some hours.

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        • #5
          This Reddit/Data Hoarder project seems to be in action:
          https://airtable.com/shrfo1SnkHU7WHP...9MUfSkK6SjVsa6

          And looks like a great source of YT channels to mirror.

          The problem? I'd need them to be a list of yt channels and the channels name to be useful, then I can start at the top and work my way down. I could do it but don't have the time to extract it all easier.

          For example the format:
          Pentester Academy TV: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...i7W0E71TzPZELA

          Would be really helpful if someone want to put in some time. Sound interesting deleite ?
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Dark Tangent View Post
            This Reddit/Data Hoarder project seems to be in action:
            https://airtable.com/shrfo1SnkHU7WHP...9MUfSkK6SjVsa6

            And looks like a great source of YT channels to mirror.

            The problem? I'd need them to be a list of yt channels and the channels name to be useful, then I can start at the top and work my way down. I could do it but don't have the time to extract it all easier.

            For example the format:
            Pentester Academy TV: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...i7W0E71TzPZELA

            Would be really helpful if someone want to put in some time. Sound interesting deleite ?
            It does. Where to start?

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            • Dark Tangent
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              At the top? :-) Just start by going through that list and extracting the name / YouTube URL and putting it in a list. I'll then take your list and stat backing up the videos.
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