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= Description =
[http://mementoweb.github.io/SiteStory/ SiteStory] is an open-source transactional web archive. It archives resources of a web server it is associated with. As a browser requests a resource published by the server, that resource is delivered to the browser but also pushed into the archive. As a result, a SiteStory web archive contains a copy of all versions of a server's resources that were requested by a web client. A SiteStory archive is accessible via the [http://www.mementoweb.org/guide/rfc/ Memento protocol].
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====Licensing and cost====
[http://mementoweb.github.io/SiteStory/license.html BSD open source software license]
====Platform and interoperability====
SiteStory can serve as a transactional web archive for Apache Web Server with version 2.2 or higher. The web archive component can work with other web servers, but requires development of an add-on similar to [http://mementoweb.github.io/SiteStory/getStarted.html mod_sitestory] created for Apache. Tested on GNU/Linux.
====Documentation and user support====
Extensive documentation is available on the [http://mementoweb.github.io/SiteStory/ SiteStory website].
A SiteStory archive is accessible via the [http://www.mementoweb.org/guide/rfc/ Memento protocol] and supports exporting captured resources to [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_ARChive WARC files].
= User Experiences =
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= Development Activity =
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All development activity is visible on GitHub: http://github.com/mementoweb/SiteStory/commits
=== Activity Feed ===
Below the last 5 commits: