Save pages that you want to keep for later, and makes sure that they're always visible to you – saving media/PDFs/images and ArchiveBox does a little bit of crawling to make sure the page is represented truthfully when you view it later.
ArchiveBox offers multiple methods of archiving:
So even if you can't necessarily run the archiving yourself, you can always make a secondary backup of a source like Archive.org.
docker friendly, with an official image, so it's easy to run locally as a server with the admin interface running at
docker run -v $PWD/archive-box-data:/data -p 8000:8000 archivebox/archivebox
Note that you can also use
archivebox as just a command (with
docker), so you don't have to necessarily install it and run it as a server:
docker run -v $PWD:/data -it [archivebox subcommand] [--args]
This makes it easy to integrate archivebox into other automation/
cron tasks, etc.