I've always wanted to have some archive of my past SoaPatrick versions online (other stuff as well of course) but having old WordPress installations for each version running and keeping them up to date is too much of a hassle. So I turned them into static websites instead which works perfectly.
It took some time and tinkering to clean them all up but now I and everyone else can look at my past design iterations by cruising through the whole website on all kinds of different devices. This was part of my transition to update my portfolio which consisted of putting all my old themes on Github (away from my private bitbucket account) and updating the Factory so that I can include links to the archive and the Repository. I also added two missing versions (SP8 and SP9). In case you just want to see the old versions running, here you go: SP2, SP3, SP4, SP5, SP6, SP7, SP8, and SP9. Or the archive overview.
And since with Kirby there isn't really a theme anymore and therefore there probably won't be new repositories for new versions but new releases instead, I changed the link in the footer from going to my own log to the commit history of the SoaPatrick version on Kirby repository.