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koshi
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meeting bot?

Post by koshi » 06 Sep 2011, 10:50

Writing minutes is an activity unworthy of a human, the post meeting minutes process should be copy-paste-done.
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/meetingology

Need, want, don't care, completely useless (for dev meetings here)?
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Re: meeting bot?

Post by hoijui » 06 Sep 2011, 11:31

would be good if we could automate it, but this approach seems to also add some new complexity... at least we would have to assign rights and learn and use this systems commands. the summarizing parts would still have to be done by hand... how are they plugged in?
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Re: meeting bot?

Post by koshi » 06 Sep 2011, 12:05

I guess it could be much more low-key than the linked implementation. How about just having a start/stop, maybe begin/end section, command. After the stop command it would output
a) the recorded conversation run through the bbcode script that already exists. That would be the basis for manual summary and posting to forum
b) a plain html version that gets put at a web accessible location in a way that lends itself for easier archiving and searching.
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Re: meeting bot?

Post by Zydox » 06 Sep 2011, 16:19

I guess some kind of frontend to censor stuff would be needed as well?
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Re: meeting bot?

Post by koshi » 30 Mar 2012, 03:25

I've got MeetBot sitting in #lobbydevs now, it responds to well to !help.
More info when I got some sleep :)
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Re: meeting bot?

Post by hoijui » 30 Mar 2012, 09:30

nice! :-)
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Re: meeting bot?

Post by koshi » 30 Mar 2012, 23:58

Here's what you can do:

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[23:51:57] <MeetBot> !endvote
[23:51:57] <MeetBot> !item
[23:51:57] <MeetBot> !meetingbegin
[23:51:57] <MeetBot> !meetingend
[23:51:57] <MeetBot> !ring
[23:51:57] <MeetBot> !startvote
[23:51:57] <MeetBot> !vote
and this
[23:53:00] <_koshi_> !meetingbegin
[23:53:04] <_koshi_> !item welcome
[23:53:08] <_koshi_> hiho
[23:53:13] <_koshi_> !item last item
[23:53:26] <_koshi_> !startvote no more items?
[23:53:30] <_koshi_> !vote 500
[23:53:38] <_koshi_> !ring
[23:53:38] <MeetBot> Ring bibim_, [V]sheep
[23:54:12] <_koshi_> !endvote
[23:54:12] <MeetBot> no more items?: 1
[23:54:21] <_koshi_> !meetingend
[23:54:21] <MeetBot> meeting record ends
results in http://minutes.springlobby.info//logs/2 ... 05488.html
Yes, neither the markup nor the style is in any way nice. Looking for volunteers to fix that ;-)
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Re: meeting bot?

Post by AF » 31 Mar 2012, 00:41

Use twitter bootstrap, problem solved ( please, please no yellow! )
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Re: meeting bot?

Post by Licho » 31 Mar 2012, 00:59

Hardest part will be automating summary.
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Re: meeting bot?

Post by klapmongool » 31 Mar 2012, 08:35

TASclient just keeps logs of conversations.
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Re: meeting bot?

Post by Licho » 31 Mar 2012, 09:15

klapmongool wrote:TASclient just keeps logs of conversations.
Oh wow, just like that? Like any other lobby out there? Amazing.
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Re: meeting bot?

Post by klapmongool » 31 Mar 2012, 09:17

Licho wrote:
klapmongool wrote:TASclient just keeps logs of conversations.
Oh wow, just like that? Like any other lobby out there? Amazing.
Exactly. Maybe that illustrates how useless it is to make a bot that basically makes logs.
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Re: meeting bot?

Post by koshi » 31 Mar 2012, 19:22

I don't think that's all that possible Licho. I could add a "!conclusion" command whose arguments get appended after the whole log/each section.
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Re: meeting bot?

Post by Licho » 31 Mar 2012, 21:15

Isnt there some tool called sumly that summarzies stuff? Dont know anything about it except its hyped, it was on BBC on TED, some teenager wrote it.
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Re: meeting bot?

Post by hoijui » 01 Apr 2012, 09:58

of course the summary has to be done manually.
to do it automatically (in a usefull & meaningfull way), the bot would have to be more intelligent then half of hte community members.
... no machine will ever get that far! NEVER!
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Re: meeting bot?

Post by koshi » 02 Apr 2012, 01:01

Meetings are now pickled and can thereby be run thru the template engine again after the initial output.
Added bbcode output.
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