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* There doesn't appear to be any ratelimiting, at least from what I (underscor) have done.
 
* There doesn't appear to be any ratelimiting, at least from what I (underscor) have done.
 
===Progress===
 
===Progress===
* Underscor is currently working on scraping usernames from Google. (Currently at 193 3/23/11.) This will allow us to get at least the highest page-ranked sites.
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* Underscor grabbed 194 unique usernames from google. (Highest pageranks are important, I suppose...)
* Also scraping from DMOZ, got 315 usernames from there.
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* Underscor grabbed 315 unique usernames from dmoz

Revision as of 04:22, 24 March 2011

Prodigy.net bites the dust.

On June 1,2011 AT&T / Yahoo will kill all Prodigy.net sites. We're trying to save as much of these as we can, a la Geocities. There's a lot of historically significant material on here.

Domains Affected

TODO: Add more here... Not all of these are confirmed.

  • pages.prodigy.net
  • pages.att.net
  • pages.sbcglobal.net
  • pages.ameritech.net
  • pages.flash.net
  • pages.nvbell.net
  • pacbell.net
  • pages.swbell.net
  • pages.wans.net
  • pages.attworld.com

Specs

  • Usernames are not case sensitive. They can have alphanumeric sequences, underscores, and hyphens.
  • There doesn't appear to be any ratelimiting, at least from what I (underscor) have done.

Progress

  • Underscor grabbed 194 unique usernames from google. (Highest pageranks are important, I suppose...)
  • Underscor grabbed 315 unique usernames from dmoz