Announcing yourTwapperKeeper – archive your own tweets on your own server!


As part of our partnership with JISC, we are now releasing an open version of TwapperKeeper that is designed to run on your own server.

This will give users the power of archiving tweets using the same power of TwapperKeeper but on their own server.  It also provides many of the similar output features of TwapperKeeper including HTML, EXCEL, RSS, and JSON.

We are also planning to host yourTwapperKeeper for customers if they want their own environment (yes, even TwapperKeeper needs to make some revenue at some point!)

Finally, if you are a hacker, pick up the code, change, branch, and run with it!

6 Responses to “Announcing yourTwapperKeeper – archive your own tweets on your own server!”

  1. Anonymous Says:

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  3. mustech Says:

    Are we able to only have certain users create archives with the open/source. I am considering running this for a number of specific events, allow viewing downloading, but do not want others to be able to create archives…

    I am very excited about this server-based open/source option.

    • John O'Brien Says:

      In the config.php you can set who can whitelist a list of twitter accounts that can “create archives” (so you could limit it just to 1 person).

      Anyone can view the info however (there is no control of that other than not giving out the URL to the site 🙂

      Let us know if you have any other questions.


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