satsukisora (satsukisora) wrote,
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Hello

Hello!
I created this livejournal in 2008 and had posted 300+ posts in this journal, but now i have deleted everything and want to restart to be active writing on livejournal again. Reasons why i deleted them all is because:
1) It's so messy lol the tags, the posts, everything is a mess,
2) And because it's a mess, it's so embarrassing to anyone to read them,
3) Also often i post something that is too personal and... like reason number 2 says: it's so embarrassing to anyone to read them ;;;

I actually wanted to delete this account because deleting each posts manually is so tiring (Dear Livejournal staffs, maybe you should consider the option to delete multiple posts at once), but because of hundreds communities i have joined, i decided to take the tiring road. Applying for multiple comms (moderated and close comms especially) is more tiring ;;;

All the previous posts have been stored on my harddisk using ljArchive for my personal pleasure :) If any of you plan to back up your LJ, i recommend you to use ljArchive. Very easy to use and it backs up everything including the comments too!

Anyway, hopefully i will start livening up this LJ again even though every one has moved on from LJ. It's really quiet compare to how it used to be...


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I have a Perl script somewhere that will delete all of the entries in an LJ.
Hi, what is Perl script? And how does it work?
Perl is a computer programming language, so a Perl script is a program written in Perl. I dug up the actual program I wrote here:

https://github.com/plicease/WebService-LiveJournal/blob/master/example/remove_all_entries.pl

To run it you'd need Perl, which comes pre-installed on Macs, but if you are using Windows you'd need something like Strawberry. You'd also need the library that I wrote WebService::LiveJournal.

To be honest there are probably easier tools to do this if you aren't a programmer.