Create the date directory inside the
Go to the scribe tool and enter the date of the meeting (see screenshot)
Check the following:
irc.login the directory created above
Option 1: For the main meetings, use the “download audio” button (see above screenshot) and save in the directory created above as
Note: could also add a feature to scribe-tool to support download of audio for task force meetings. For now, use the command line option (option 2)
Option 2: For main and other task force meetings, use the command line: use the
download-raw-minutes tool in the
# To download the audio for 2020-09-29 weekly meeting into 2020-09-29 ./download-raw-minutes -a 2020-09-29 # To download the audio for 2020-11-02 education meeting into 2020-11-02-vc-education ./download-raw-minutes -a -m education 2020-11-02
audio.ogg file will be placed into the correct directory automatically.
Create a text file in the created directory with the filename
group.txt. The contents of this file tell the email-sending script what to put in the subject line when the minutes go out.
The automatic email sending won’t happen without this.
meetingsrepo as follows:
You can also update the minutes; changes to irc.log will trigger the github action and refresh the html.
What it does:
- ~Emails summary to ccg email group~ (BROKEN)
- Tweets with the w3c_ccg account
Take the contents of the email.log file that was generated and send the email to email@example.com