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February 11, 2017, 04:47:54 PM
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Is this site mirrored anwhere on the internet (other than this site [bitcointalk.org] and the [beta.bitcointalk.org] site)?
It'd be useful to try to find one in order to give things like much faster searches or a way to download topics that can then be viewed offline.

(I know there was bitcointa.lk but that appears to no longer function).

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February 12, 2017, 02:08:44 PM
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There are several mirrors that occasionally appear on google searches for this forum. Not going to link them, nobody knows what's really their goal, could be either profit on ads or capture user's passwords...

Search functionality is available here and you can also make a custom search with google. As for offline viewing, I'm not sure any mirror allows that...
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February 12, 2017, 02:16:30 PM
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No official mirrors as far as I am aware right now.
Archive.org makes daily snapshots of this forum though.

   
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February 12, 2017, 03:10:53 PM
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Archive.org makes daily snapshots of this forum though.
That is wrong.Archive.org doesn't automatically archieves the pages.People do it manually.And that is remotely a mirror.
@Op,what exactly you want the mirrors for ? Caching helps.

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February 12, 2017, 03:18:16 PM
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@Op,what exactly you want the mirrors for ? Caching helps.


It'd be useful to try to find one in order to give things like much faster searches or a way to download topics that can then be viewed offline.


Read.



Bitcointa.lk used to be good for finding deleted/original posts that you no longer can or weren't archived fast enough.



And if you need to search faster, then specify your searches using Google. If you need to "download" topics, there's the print page of every topic where you'll have all the replies. From there, you could save it or just simply keep that webpage opened for offline use.

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February 13, 2017, 03:18:39 PM
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Is this site mirrored anwhere on the internet (other than this site [bitcointalk.org] and the [beta.bitcointalk.org] site)?
It'd be useful to try to find one in order to give things like much faster searches or a way to download topics that can then be viewed offline.

(I know there was bitcointa.lk but that appears to no longer function).

There are several mirrors that occasionally appear on google searches for this forum. Not going to link them, nobody knows what's really their goal, could be either profit on ads or capture user's passwords...

Search functionality is available here and you can also make a custom search with google. As for offline viewing, I'm not sure any mirror allows that...

If you're talking about bitcointa.lk, their goal is good and you can check their thread here : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=515932.0
However, it doesn't mirror bitcointalk.org anymore because the certificate has expired.

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February 13, 2017, 05:47:57 PM
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I was a new player in bitcointalk please tell me how to generate bitcointalk that much,
What should I do to get it,
thank you before.  Smiley Wink

I don't understand what you mean?

Is this site mirrored anwhere on the internet (other than this site [bitcointalk.org] and the [beta.bitcointalk.org] site)?
It'd be useful to try to find one in order to give things like much faster searches or a way to download topics that can then be viewed offline.

(I know there was bitcointa.lk but that appears to no longer function).

There are several mirrors that occasionally appear on google searches for this forum. Not going to link them, nobody knows what's really their goal, could be either profit on ads or capture user's passwords...

Search functionality is available here and you can also make a custom search with google. As for offline viewing, I'm not sure any mirror allows that...

If you're talking about bitcointa.lk, their goal is good and you can check their thread here : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=515932.0
However, it doesn't mirror bitcointalk.org anymore because the certificate has expired.

They were quite good when the crtificate was valid. But I think their website failed/software expired so the site is frozen.
Hopefully it'll come back.

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