Ubuntu Scribes

After chairing an Ubuntu UK meeting on irc.freenode.net, I discovered that the process of summarising the meeting can be quite a long process. In an attempt to make this job easier, I decided to write a bot to do some of the work for me.

As I have had some experience with Eggdrop bots before, I decided to use the same system for this bot. The bot is now in a reasonably useful state (some example output can be found here). After some pushing and encouragement by LoudMouthMan, I asked around and found someone else interested in trying to sort out the way meetings are logged at the moment. After some discussion we decided to found the Ubuntu Scribes team.

The aim of this team is to provide a central repository of meeting logs and summaries for historical reference. To do this, we need to try and organise all of the previous meetings we can find, which probably wont be an easy task, so if you feel like you would be able to help, please come along to our first team meeting:

2000 UTC on Monday 5th February on irc.freenode.net, channel #ubuntu-scribes

Also, if anyone is any good with TCL / Eggdrop, please come along; I would quite like some help adding features to the bot 😀

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