Welcome, abasak: You bring interesting news.
A quick check of deconstructionist909's contributions -- "lfrench" is listed as a friend -- indicates that he is adding them at a rate of about one every 22 minutes, as mido505 seems to know. He/she appears to have tapped into a personal private collection, or a museum/archive holding.
The latest addition I saw was an alternative reconstruction of the last sequence of THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS. This version resembles the work of Roger Ryan, but utilizes, I think, different voices, another editing pattern, and some stills I don't remember seeing before.
One feature which intrigued me was a clear recording of a vulgar, popular minstrel piece of the time, which we hear in the background to the dialogue. I have read that Welles had this "party record" re-recorded for the sequence, and I'm struck by reference to a family home fire on the recording. Reminds me that somewhere I've read that Dick Welles, his father, a friend of Tarkington, had a big ramshackle house toward the end of his life, which burned down. Perhaps, Welles was making a reflection on his own life, as he often seemed to do.
As a matter of fact, strikes me, too, how often Welles was drawn to the destructive image of fire in his work, and in his life.