I'm used to finding the new dumps during the first week of a quarter, but now it's the 15th and I'm constantly refreshing https://archive.org/download/stackexchange.
(hopefully everyone is doing well)
Is this coming out soon?
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Most data dumps are available (thanks Andy Mallon, aka AMtwo!), with the following exceptions:
As a bonus, Jason Scott from the Internet Archive proactively reached out to us to make sure we will bypass the malware scanner in the future. We will attempt to provide the currently skipped sites in the next iteration of this free service we provide, once we have had ample time to test.
We do not maintain external copies of this data, such as BitTorrent. Brent Ozar talks about this (also free) service provided independently here: How to Download the Stack Overflow Database
If you are having issues, please comment below (rather than editing the answer).
The data dump is not automated, and requires a substantial amount of work.
This quarter, we've been focused on other higher priorities, including patching all of our SQL Servers and mitigating DDoS attacks (see here and here), but we'll get to the dumps soon - both manually providing the current ones and putting better automation in place so future ones are less of a burden.
Andy Mallon had already started on this quarter's work before this meta question was posted. Unfortunately, the Internet Archive has very sensitive malware triggers, and since post data is uploaded as is, it can be easy to trigger this (like we did today):
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