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The current DSDA version was completely rewritten in a modern layout to allow updates by a team of maintainers, support non-Doom games, show detailed demo information such as times in [[tic]]s, and more.{{cite web|author=Kraflab|title=|url={{dwforums|107427|The Next Iteration of DSDA}}|publication=Doomworld Forums|publishdate=12 July 2019|accessdate=22 August 2019}} All of the demos from Olivera's DSDA have been mirrored, and more features are being continuously developed, including an API.{{cite web|author=Kraflab|title=|url={{dwforums|106189|DSDA api}}|publication=Doomworld Forums|publishdate=8 May 2019|accessdate=22 August 2019}}
 
The current DSDA version was completely rewritten in a modern layout to allow updates by a team of maintainers, support non-Doom games, show detailed demo information such as times in [[tic]]s, and more.{{cite web|author=Kraflab|title=|url={{dwforums|107427|The Next Iteration of DSDA}}|publication=Doomworld Forums|publishdate=12 July 2019|accessdate=22 August 2019}} All of the demos from Olivera's DSDA have been mirrored, and more features are being continuously developed, including an API.{{cite web|author=Kraflab|title=|url={{dwforums|106189|DSDA api}}|publication=Doomworld Forums|publishdate=8 May 2019|accessdate=22 August 2019}}
  
As of March 2021, the archive contains well over 62,200 demos by more than 840 speedrunners. It allows many different [[demo]] types, expanding on those allowed in [[Compet-n]]. It also offers tutorials on recording and playing demos, hosts binaries of various [[source port]]s and useful utilities. The DSDA lists all players and their contributions to the archive, including total running time.
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As of July 2021, the archive contains over 63,500 demos by more than 870 speedrunners, combining to well over 5,040 hours. It allows many different [[demo]] types, expanding on those allowed in [[Compet-n]]. It also offers tutorials on recording and playing demos, hosts binaries of various [[source port]]s and useful utilities. The DSDA lists all players and their contributions to the archive, including total running time.
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

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The Doom Speed Demo Archive (often abbreviated DSDA, formerly the DooMed Speed Demos Archive) is a website that collects speedruns for various PWADs. It was created by Doug "Opulent" Merrill on September 1st, 2000. From November 12th, 2008 to November 12th, 2019, it was run by Andy Olivera.[1]. On November 12, 2019, Andy announced that he was officially retiring from maintaining the DSDA, and encouraged readers to visit a new incarnation of the DSDA created by speedrunners Kraflab and Zero-Master.[2] One year later on November 11, 2020, Andy's site was shut down.

The current DSDA version was completely rewritten in a modern layout to allow updates by a team of maintainers, support non-Doom games, show detailed demo information such as times in tics, and more.[3] All of the demos from Olivera's DSDA have been mirrored, and more features are being continuously developed, including an API.[4]

As of July 2021, the archive contains over 63,500 demos by more than 870 speedrunners, combining to well over 5,040 hours. It allows many different demo types, expanding on those allowed in Compet-n. It also offers tutorials on recording and playing demos, hosts binaries of various source ports and useful utilities. The DSDA lists all players and their contributions to the archive, including total running time.

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  1. Andy Olivera (14 November 2008). The DooMed Speed Demos Archive returns!. Doomworld Forums. Retrieved 22 August 2019.
  2. Andy Olivera (12 November 2019). "News: November 12th, 2019." DSDA (archived 🗺). Retrieved 12 November 2019.
  3. Kraflab (12 July 2019). The Next Iteration of DSDA. Doomworld Forums. Retrieved 22 August 2019.
  4. Kraflab (8 May 2019). DSDA api. Doomworld Forums. Retrieved 22 August 2019.