Backup scripts on Github

The backup scripts I wrote many years ago and posted here are very popular, as I have ideas to shutdown the blog aspect of this site as I hardly use it, I have decided to publish them to Github for a few months before I do anything about this website.

The scripts are available on this repository: https://github.com/abaitken/backup-scripts

The scripts in Using 7-zip and batch files to perform backups automatically post are available under the v1 tag: https://github.com/abaitken/backup-scripts/tree/v1

The scripts in Simpler version of the 7-Zip backup post are available under the v2 tag: https://github.com/abaitken/backup-scripts/tree/v2

If you have got this far and interested in whether I still use them today? Yes I do but only for certain specific things.

As you might expect backup techniques and strategies have changed over the years. These days I am using NextCloud and syncing across multiple devices and drives to my NAS.

My source code is hosted on Github and mirrored to a private Gitea instance as an alternative backup.