The more I use Stack Exchange, the more it is getting a knowledge base for me, that I don't want to loose again ever. So in case SE will seize to exist one day, I would like to backup all my work.
I bookmark all questions that I need for later reference. Now I want to store these pages locally on my laptop.
It is really time-consuming:
- I could use Ctrl+S on each favorite question page
There could be a solution with
wget -N -r -l 1 "https://stackoverflow.com/users/1069083/rubo77?tab=favorites"
This will download all bookmarked questions, but it doesn't create any correct index.html file.
Another approach would be to use the Stack Exchange-accounts-tab to automatically follow into all your Stack Exchange accounts.
But that would have to be somehow limited to only bookmark links on your bookmark tab on each Stack Exchange site.
You would need a Firefox plugin that downloads links recursively, but only within the bookmarks tab of your profile.
Additionally, I would like to Download all my activity in a browsable form and Mirror all Stack Exchange pages where you were active