What is this project all about?

The project is designed to replace the current Wayback Machine with an all Java solution that is flexible enough to provide an easy-to-use solution for the single-machine at-home user, as well as scaling up to hundreds of machines for a full historical collection.

Primarily it is a few easily replaceable interfaces, and some core classes that utilize those interfaces to provide the Wayback service. Presently, a variety of implementations of these interfaces are available allowing a high degree of customization in the number and distribution of native resources, the location, size and ability to easily update the index, and presentation of search results and archived resources to end users.


How can I install and use this?

See the Administrator Manual for information about installing and using this application.