People that are participating in the meeting will find these commands useful:
<last 3 digits of SIP/...>is
<alias>- Associate a voice channel with an IRC nickname. Details
TEXT- Say something off of the record. Everything else you type is recorded in the official transcript. Details
TEXT- Add yourself to the speaker queue while including a reminder to yourself on what you want to say.
<alias>- Add someone else to the speaker queue.
<alias>- Remove someone from the speaker queue.
<alias>- Acknowledge someone to speak from the speaker queue.
People that are running the meeting may find these commands useful:
<URL>- Specify the link for the meeting agenda. Details
<alias>- Specify the IRC nickcname of the person that is scribing.
<alias> <TEXT>- (For scribe) Record what alias said Details
TEXT- Set the current topic of discussion.
<last 3 digits of SIP/...>- Mute an audio channel.
<last 3 digits of SIP/...>- Unmute an audio channel.
<last 3 digits of SIP/...>- Disconnect an audio channel.
<alias>- Specify the person running the meeting.
<TEXT>- Specify the title of the meeting.
<YYYY-MM-dd>- Specify the date of the meeting. Useful when creating minutes after the fact.
<TEXT>- Add an action item
voip: <last 3 digits of SIP/...> is <alias>
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
[09:01] <voip-vctf> 15552221212 [SIP/188.8.131.527-00000174] has joined the conference.
The last 3 digits are
174. You would enter command:
voip: 174 is kimhd
/me <your message>
/me can you speak up please?
Agenda: <agenda link>
<alias>: <what they said>
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)