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Mote 2.0 (Meetbot Logs 2.0)

Mote (or Meetbot Logs) is a web service that aggregates and distributes summaries, minutes and logs of meetings that takes place in an IRC or Matrix channel for the Fedora Project.

Features

The web service has the following features

  • Chronological lookup of meeting summaries, minutes and logs using an interactive calendar view
  • Snappier loading up of content due to application-like interface and behaviour of the web service
  • Channel-wise and date-wise distinction of meeting summaries, minutes and logs within modals
  • Faster intuitive search of meeting summaries, minutes and logs using asynchronous fetching

Dependencies

Frontend

Backend

Development

Setup

Preliminary setup

  1. Fork the repository.
    https://github.com/fedora-infra/mote
    
  2. Download the archive of meeting logs from the link below.
    https://mega.nz/file/cJYykbKA#jJozcnIG-WzwlYVQUXF25lqM5A8PNl2knQObQrSpOSk
    
  3. Clone the forked repository to your local storage.
    $ git clone git@github.com:<username>/mote.git
    
  4. Navigate into the cloned repository.
    $ cd mote
    
  5. Depending on the kind of approach required, follow either of the below sections.

Containerized setup

  1. Install Podman on Fedora Linux.
    $ sudo dnf install podman
    
  2. Extract the previously downloaded archive of meeting logs in the directory of the cloned repository.
    $ tar -xzf meetbot.tar.gz
    
  3. Build the container image.
    $ podman build -t mote .
    
  4. Start the development server on an IPv4 address and on port 9696.
    $ podman run -it --rm -p 9696:9696 -v ./meetbot:/srv/web/meetbot:Z -v ./mote:/opt/app/mote:Z mote
    

Native setup

  1. Install Python 3, Virtualenv and Poetry on Fedora Linux.
    $ sudo dnf install python3 python3-virtualenv poetry
    
  2. Extract the previously downloaded archive of meeting logs in the /srv/web directory.
    $ sudo mkdir -p /srv/web
    $ sudo chown $USER /srv/web
    $ tar -xzf meetbot.tar.gz -C /srv/web
    
  3. Create and activate the virtual environment.
    $ virtualenv venv
    $ source venv/bin/activate
    
  4. Install the defined packages from the Python project configuration file.
    $ (venv) poetry install
    
  5. Start the development server on an IPv4 address and on port 9696.
    $ (venv) mote -p 9696 -4
    

Accessing

The project is be served on http://localhost:9696/ and with appropriate firewall rules, it should be accessible to the devices connected to the same network.

Contributing

Folks can contribute to the project by the following means