APFS wiki 2002

Nyancat2006
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https://web.archive.org/web/20020108023 ... fs-uk.com/
Is there a full version of this? (no broken links)

So far, two of the "lost" galleries still have most of their images:
- CPV-TV by Spiringunhacked
- That gallery from the same user, the AU where Yorkshire used purple as a corporate colour.
Nyancat2006
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I am also looking for the "lost" galleries (the ones with broken images) from 2005.
Here's a few examples.

https://web.archive.org/web/20050207063 ... _bbct1.htm
BBC T(V)1 by Eddy H.
https://web.archive.org/web/20050207084 ... lametv.htm
FlameTV by Rhys.
https://web.archive.org/web/20050207082 ... on_eg5.htm
Gallery with captions in partial "Engrish" (Broken English).
https://web.archive.org/web/20050208072 ... an_rtc.htm
RTC (Radio Teledu Cymru) by Rhys (again)
https://web.archive.org/web/20050208073 ... n_swtv.htm
Marco V.'s "SWTV" gallery.
Nyancat2006
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I am looking for the "broken" images in the 2002 website galleries.
Here are most of them:

https://web.archive.org/web/20020602181 ... fs-uk.com/
Mikey Daventry's vision of what if BBC News 24 launched much earlier.
https://web.archive.org/web/20020602181 ... fs-uk.com/
Dan Evans' Westward gallery.
https://web.archive.org/web/20020602181 ... fs-uk.com/
Ben Hale's vision of a Sky-inspired digital TV service.
JAS84
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Location: Hull, UK

The site is actually back online, so everything should be here.
http://www.mcmweb.co.uk/apfs/index.html
Nyancat2006
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JAS84 wrote: Sat 05 Sep, 2020 11.12 The site is actually back online, so everything should be here.
http://www.mcmweb.co.uk/apfs/index.html
You are talking about the 2004 version of the site with only the familiar galleries.
I am searching for the lost galleries from 2002 and 2006 that don't appear on it.
MatthewFirth
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Joined: Wed 10 Sep, 2014 16.54

I would love to help revive the site. The newer Java-TV site (set up to preserve some of the mock idents from sites over the years) has lost its images all of a sudden, so a new APFS should be set up I think.
Indigotucker2
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Hello!
I've come over here from TV Forum - long ago, I made a backup of APFS in 2002, which contains the galleries the original poster requested.

https://mega.nz/file/XWo3TJLa#vnDgg2AXH ... GtfoPD9NY

Hope this is of help!
Nyancat2006
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Indigotucker2 wrote: Fri 18 Sep, 2020 21.40 Hello!
I've come over here from TV Forum - long ago, I made a backup of APFS in 2002, which contains the galleries the original poster requested.

https://mega.nz/file/XWo3TJLa#vnDgg2AXH ... GtfoPD9NY

Hope this is of help!
Thanks, but it looks like Polandball talk. Now I need the 2006 ones.
Update: Oh, heaven in a gallery! Looks like a long-lost artifact (or a bunch)!
Update 2: One gallery is missing: Limerick by Dan Evans*.
* - correction - Allen Jeremy
Whataday
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How I cringe at my contributions.
Nyancat2006
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Whataday wrote: Thu 08 Oct, 2020 13.43 How I cringe at my contributions.
Who are you on APFS
Whataday
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TSW 1995-1996 and the TV-am one. I thought I was the dogs bollocks for submitting video mocks. I don't think they're preserved in all their glory though.
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