@klaatu can you put the sites source code on GitHub or any other site like GitLab or codeberg.org/ ? then others can create other solutions like #IPFS site or torrent

@davidak @klaatu I'd gladly help put the content on IPFS and make sure it stays available


@swedneck @davidak So, it's technically on Gitlab here: gitlab.com/slackermedia/clipar

But sadly the Hugo frontend fails to build on Gitlab's CI/CD infrastructure.. my only guess is that > 17k files is their upper limit...

Still, the SVG sources are there, so somebody could clone it and replicate what I'm running on clipartzero.tk and I'm pushing all updates to both my instance and Gitlab.

@swedneck @davidak I don't think the problem is with large files because most files are actually very small. I believe the problem is the number: 17000 images, each requiring one page for display, so at least 34000 entities.

I could be wrong; could be something else, but I definitely don't think it's file size, because the biggest svg in the lot is only something like a 1MB.

@klaatu @davidak hmm, i've put the page on ipfs (QmT2TB8mLm4PV8q3wp9Yy2H6hD3crnpHZrowZ37JB4bxhx) but it just redirects to clipartzero.tk..
Is it possible to fix this and make all links relative so the site is easier to mirror?

@klaatu @davidak The fix doesn't seem to have showed up on git, did you forget to push?

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