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Re: Meeting summary/notes from today's EPEL meeting 2010-02-12

On Mon, 22 Feb 2010 12:32:26 +0100
Till Maas <opensource till name> wrote:

> I am not really interested in the package statistics, so no.


> > The meeting summaries are posted to this list, as well as being on
> > the meetbot site. 
> But I am interested in an easy access to the Meetbot logs. Is this the
> meetbot site you are talking about:
> http://meetbot.fedoraproject.org/ ?


> AFAICS there is no easy way to get all EPEL meetbot summaries from
> there. Or in other words, the only way seems to be to go through all
> summaries from all groups.

Well, the meeting is prefixed with 'epel' so it should be good to pick
it out. I agree there should be a better way to search or download all
the meeting's from a particular group. 

There is ongoing work to setup a search engine for all fedora

> I just looked at it and found two issues:
> I guess this is not used anymore? Or is it somehow managed using
> meetbot?
> | feel free to add your nick to the list of nicks in the "meeting
> ping"

Yeah, it's not used anymore. I guess we could just remove that. 

> Also the topic changes are done using "/topic" instead of "#topic". I
> never used meetbot, so maybe it matters, maybe it does not:
> | /topic EPEL SIG Meeting | Status Reports | Revive them?

Yeah, should be #topic for meetbot. 

> There is also a link to this page:
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL/Tasks/Misc
> I guess it can be moved to the archive namespace and requested for
> deletion? Or even all pages in
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Category:EPELTasksOpen except for
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL/Tasks/NextTestingStableMove unless
> this is documented somewhere else.

yes. I think they can be deleted/archives. 

> If I know that something is wrong and I know what is right instead, I
> happily fix this in the wiki. But if I do not know the details, I
> typically do not edit it to avoid making it worse. IMHO it would be
> nice to have some easy way to create patches for the wiki, send them
> to somebody that has the knowledge, so that he can just verify the
> changes and apply them. Then the work can still be shared, but this
> is more dreaming then reality.

Yeah, that would be nice for sure. 

If you have questions, feel free to ping me on irc and I will be happy
to answer as time permits and then you can update the wiki. ;) 


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