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| URL = [http://www.motifake.com/ www.motifake.com]
 
| URL = [http://www.motifake.com/ www.motifake.com]
 
| description = Demotivational Poster Community
 
| description = Demotivational Poster Community
| project_status = {{Closing}}
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| project_status = {{Closed}}
| archiving_status = {{In progress}}
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| archiving_status = {{Partial}} (using ArchiveBot)
 
| source =  
 
| source =  
 
| irc =  
 
| irc =  
 
| lead = [[User:Sanqui]], [[User:Usernam]]
 
| lead = [[User:Sanqui]], [[User:Usernam]]
 
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'''MotiFake''' is scheduled to shut down in March 31, 2018--either at the very beginng of that day or the very end. MotiFake is a set of websites known as the "MotiNetwork"; said websites hosted a bunch of images: especially demotivational posters but also other inane images. In 5 May 2013 it had 33 different categories that images would be posted in;<ref>http://archive.is/20130505220441/http://www.motifake.com/</ref> in 30 March 2018 it has 7 different categories for images.<ref>http://archive.is/20180330091047/http://www.motifake.com/</ref>
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'''MotiFake''' is scheduled to shut down in March 31, 2018--either at the very beginng of that day or the very end. MotiFake is a set of websites known as the "MotiNetwork"; said websites hosted a bunch of images: especially demotivational posters but also other inane images. In 5 May 2013 it had 33 different categories that images would be posted in;<ref>http://archive.is/20130505220441/http://www.motifake.com/</ref> in 30 March 2018 it has 7 different categories for images.<ref>http://archive.is/20180330091047/http://www.motifake.com/</ref> The 7 categories were at stupidhumans.org, politifake.org, outthereufo.com, motifake.com, militarylulz.com, failepicfail.com, and demotivationalposters.org -- which are all dead now.
  
 
Some time between 2013 and 2018, MotiFake applied a large amount of JPEG compression to all of their images: resulting in a noticeable loss in quality. Compare the following:
 
Some time between 2013 and 2018, MotiFake applied a large amount of JPEG compression to all of their images: resulting in a noticeable loss in quality. Compare the following:
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The website's owner's email or other contact was not found, so the entire website's content was not able to be uploaded to http://archive.org. (The website's owner might do that in the future, hopefully.)
 
The website's owner's email or other contact was not found, so the entire website's content was not able to be uploaded to http://archive.org. (The website's owner might do that in the future, hopefully.)
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It died at April 3, 2018 (at 15:34:06 in the Denver time zone, I think).
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 22:19, 8 April 2018

MotiFake
MotiFake logo
Demotivational Poster Community
Demotivational Poster Community
URL www.motifake.com
Project status Offline
Archiving status Partially saved (using ArchiveBot)
Project source Unknown
Project tracker Unknown
IRC channel #archiveteam (on EFnet)
Project lead User:Sanqui, User:Usernam

MotiFake is scheduled to shut down in March 31, 2018--either at the very beginng of that day or the very end. MotiFake is a set of websites known as the "MotiNetwork"; said websites hosted a bunch of images: especially demotivational posters but also other inane images. In 5 May 2013 it had 33 different categories that images would be posted in;[1] in 30 March 2018 it has 7 different categories for images.[2] The 7 categories were at stupidhumans.org, politifake.org, outthereufo.com, motifake.com, militarylulz.com, failepicfail.com, and demotivationalposters.org -- which are all dead now.

Some time between 2013 and 2018, MotiFake applied a large amount of JPEG compression to all of their images: resulting in a noticeable loss in quality. Compare the following:

The website's owner's email or other contact was not found, so the entire website's content was not able to be uploaded to http://archive.org. (The website's owner might do that in the future, hopefully.)

It died at April 3, 2018 (at 15:34:06 in the Denver time zone, I think).

References

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