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'''To close the meeting''' use <tt>#endmeeting</tt>. Don't forget to '''send meeting minutes''' to the list and cc: the ''meetingminutes@lists.fedoraproject.org'' address. Here is [https://lists.fedoraproject.org/archives/list/desktop@lists.fedoraproject.org/thread/TDGBOX5RZ2NI2RN5RQXULYMB5JUOU3KR/ an example of how to format the email].
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'''To close the meeting''' use <tt>#endmeeting</tt>. Don't forget to '''send meeting minutes''' to the list and cc: the ''meetingminutes@lists.fedoraproject.org'' address. Here is [https://lists.fedoraproject.org/archives/list/desktop@lists.fedoraproject.org/thread/UCBSK7774WB3QWWYSVG67JZ5UQT4JG63/ an example of how to format the email].

Latest revision as of 16:28, 30 July 2018

Here is an easy set of instructions for running a Workstation WG meeting:

#startmeeting Workstation WG
#meetingname workstation
#topic Roll call
.hello FAS-ID
  • Chair all WG members with the command #chair nick1 nick2 nick3...
  • To change topics use the command #topic My new topic
  • Keep good meeting minutes -- public meetings are far less useful without minutes. Use these liberally:
    • #info Some text
    • #action <nick> thing to do
    • #agreed statement of agreement
    • #link reference-URL
  • There are more tips at the Zodbot page.

To close the meeting use #endmeeting. Don't forget to send meeting minutes to the list and cc: the meetingminutes@lists.fedoraproject.org address. Here is an example of how to format the email.