I looked for a way to backup my projects and it is not currently a feature. I did find a project HackaDump https://hackaday.io/project/8536/logs?sort=oldest by Yann Guidon / YGDES which I'm following. Yann is not currently doing development on this project and from the comments, it looks like it would be a good idea to use the Hackaday API.I don't know much about using the API. This is a situation where it will be very inefficient for me to write this but there are certainly people in the Hackaday community who can do this with BOTH hands tied behind their backs. Let's take collaboration up a notch. Please follow but more importantly share. Share this with people both inside and outside of the Hackaday community. I will be the first guy to stand up and look funny and say I can't write an API. YOU be the second person to join me so that others will join and we wi
Nope but I did check the Wayback Machine. It had the description, the photos and likes to the videos but files for download and the project logs were not there. I guess that is something.
I have seem mentions of "imaging" a website or even a Hackaday project but have not looked into the details. This is not really in my skill set.