This plugin is a clone of the famous Debian Meetbot https://wiki.debian.org/MeetBot, for use of teams on slack.
In your hubot directory:
npm install hubot-meetbot --save
If you use hubot-auth, the plugin configuration commands will be restricted to user with the
If hubot-auth is not loaded, all users can access those commands. You can use those variables to tune things up a bit.
MEETBOT_NOAUTH- if defined, it will bypass the need to be admin to use the meetbot admin commands
MEETBOT_AUTH_GROUP- if defined it will permit group specified to use the meetbot admin commands
MEETBOT_TZ- will be used for displaying the output times and dates according to the timezone. If not set, it will use UTC.
It's also advised to use a brain persistence plugin, whatever it is, to persist ongoing meeting sessions between restarts.
When meeting is over and closed, the minutes will be emitted as a
meetbot.notes event. For my immediate needs I have added a gitlab process to create a MR with the minutes in there, but later on other processors could be added (github, etherpad, mail, etc). In order for the processor to be functional, those 3 env variables have to be set:
MEETBOT_GITLAB_BRANCH(optional) default is
MEETBOT_GITLAB_DATEFORMAT(optional) default is
MEETBOT_GITLAB_FILEPATH(optional) default is
minutes/%s-%s.md, the 2 arguments are
MEETBOT_GITLAB_DATEFORMATand meeting label
Note: the code is only going to work with the API v4 of gitlab, so Gitlab version needs to be > 9.0
The commands are loosely inspired from http://meetbot.debian.net/Manual.html
Commands prefixed by
. are here taking in account we use the
. as hubot prefix, just replace it with your prefix if it is different.
.meet give the name of the ongoing meeting on the given channel or warns that there is no ongoing meeting at the moment .meet start [<label>] .meet on [<label>] .startmeeting [<label>] starts a meeting with given <label> name if no label is provided, it will be named after the hour of start of the meeting perms: admin only .meet end .meet close .meet off .endmeeting closes a meeting An event meetbot.notes will be triggered at the end of the meeting, so you can code whatever you want to do with the meeting notes in your custom bot perms: admin only .meet topic <topic> Sets the topic for the meeting perms: admin only .meet agree info<text> .agreed <text> .agree <text> Mark something as agreed on. The rest of the line is the details .meet info info<text> .info <text> Add an INFO item to the minutes .meet action <text> .action <text> Add an ACTION item to the minutes .meet link <text> .link <text> Add an LINK item to the minutes .meet show Displays the minutes without closing the meeting. Mostly for debug purposes.
npm install # will run make test and coffeelint npm test # or make test # or, for watch-mode make test-w # or for more documentation-style output make test-spec # and to generate coverage make test-cov # and to run the lint make lint # run the lint and the coverage make
All changes are listed in the CHANGELOG
This source code is available under MIT license.
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