The ISAB Engineering Team is proud to announce their recent efforts to backup the entire ISAB website, https://isab.run/, on the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) network. This move is a proactive measure to ensure the preservation of the valuable work and contributions of ISAB teams and the community.
The IPFS network is a peer-to-peer method of storing and sharing hypermedia in a distributed file system. It is designed to make the web faster, safer, and more open by replacing the traditional, centralized model of the web. By utilizing IPFS, the ISAB Engineering Team is able to ensure the longevity and accessibility of the website's content, even in the event of unforeseen circumstances.
This backup will include all of the website's data, including articles, forum posts, and user-generated content. The ISAB Engineering Team is committed to maintaining the integrity and accessibility of the website's content for both current and future members of the community.
The ISAB community has always valued transparency and trust, and this move to archive the website on the IPFS network is just one example of the team's dedication to these values. The Engineering Team will continue to explore new and innovative ways to protect the community's work and contributions.
We encourage all members of the ISAB community to take a moment to appreciate the hard work and dedication of the Engineering Team, who strive to ensure the longevity and preservation of the website. The ISAB website is a valuable resource for all members, and the Engineering Team is committed to keeping it that way.