While CMs have been remarkably liberal in leaving even content extremely critical of Stack Overflow untouched here on Meta since Monica was removed as a moderator, it is not completely unreasonable to imagine a scenario in which all Monica-/CoC-related stuff (or even all of Meta, really) is nuked by fiat from above at some point, making it unavailable to anyone outside the company.
Is anybody here in the community scraping the relevant content to be prepared for this eventuality?
This could be in everyone's interest because:
There simply are a lot of wonderful, thoughtful, thought-provoking, opinion-changing thoughts and perspectives on the gender debates, people's experiences, etc. here which are worth preserving for their own sake
There could be value in preserving this entire thing (as much of a sad tire fire as it is) as learning material for future community developers/managers
We who used to pour a lot of passion and energy in this place and were very active on Meta have a vital interest in having receipts of what was actually said, in case a "SO introduced a new CoC and the transphobes and misogynists were up in arms because they just hate kindness and diversity" type narrative is created (by the company or whoever else) at some point down the line, potentially harming all of our reputations just like Monica's was harmed. Wouldn't be the first time this happened on the Internet.
I've been manually taking screenshots of some of the main discussions using Firefox' new screenshotting feature that can store the whole page. It's just a lot of effort (you have to expand every comment section etc.) and not efficient at all.
A recursive (daily? Hourly?) scrape of the excellent list that Mari-Lou A is curating here would probably be more than enough.