(Also called the Internet Archive) The Internet Archive comprises the Way-Back-Machine, some active library-building, and a few other projects.
Languages Most of the active library-building through the Internet Archive is in English, though some other languages are represented. The Way-Back-Machine strives to keep copies of all crawlable web pages, in whichever languages they are written.
Size The WayBackMachine includes 85 billion web pages.
- The Internet Archive includes text, audio, and video catalogs, and lots of HTML web pages.
- Scripting (any scripting needed to convert it from current packaging)
 Curator Info
Curator(s): Brewster K
Scope (subjects, ages, other)
Completeness (comprehensiveness for given topic and audience)
Multilingualism Many cataloged items are in English
Quality (incl. suitability for audience) varies
Freeness (license and format) devoted to open source
 Comments, Tags, and Ratings