W3C Credentials Community Group

Increasing trust on the Web, one spec at a time.

Next Meeting

Date:
Time: 12pm Boston
Voice:
    VoIP: sip:ccg@96.89.14.196
    US phone: +1.540.274.1034 x6306
    EU phone: +33.9.74.59.31.06 x6306
Chat: Web, IRC
Duration:60 minutes

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IRC Commands Reference

Reference for call participants

People that are participating in the meeting will find these commands useful:

Reference for people running the meeting and scribes

People that are running the meeting may find these commands useful:

IRC Command Details

Associate a voice channel with an IRC nickname

Command

voip: <last 3 digits of SIP/...> is <alias>

Example

Suppose your alias is kimhd and phone number is 555-222-1212. Look for your phone number in the chat window and get the last 3 digits from the adjacent string [SIP/xx.xx.xx.xxx-xxxxxxxx]

[09:01] <voip-vctf> 15552221212 [SIP/69.77.77.777-00000174] has joined the conference.

The last 3 digits are 174. You would enter command:

voip: 174 is kimhd

Say something off the record

Command

/me <your message>

Example

/me can you speak up please?

Posting an agenda

Command

Agenda: <agenda link>

Example

Agenda: https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-credentials/2017Jul/0040.html

List connections

Command

voip: connections?

Scribing

Command

<alias>: <what they said>

Example

Suppose ChristopherA is scribing, and kimhd says “The next thing we will discuss is the DID spec”

ChristopherA would type:

kimhd: The next thing we will discuss is the DID spec

To continue, and avoid repeating the author name, type ... (on the new line)