I would like to give some feedback about the IPFS.IO site, more precisely the paragraph on how “today’s web can’t preserve humanity’s history”, which I suggest gets removed as it doesn’t give a good impression of IPFS at all.
First off, the information according to which the average lifespan of a webpage is 100 days is coming from a 9-year old post and might not be accurate anymore.
And, second off, even if it is still accurate, it means there are a lot of webpages that are only let on the web for a short time. It does not mean there is a mysterious dark power that will take down any page. So to say that “today’s web can’t preserve humanity’s history”… Weeell… That’s not true. And the data presented is a terrible basis for that.
So, yeah, as this paragraph is pure junk, I suggest you find a better way of saying IPFS makes data mirroring simple and keeps every version of files.