FS weekly 2009 09 11
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Please add agenda items as needed. If you have a question you'd like to ask then edit the Items Needing Discussion section below. Be sure to put your name/nick on your question.
Recap of last week
The following items were discussed last week. Included are the to-do items assigned and any updates on their progress.
- Ubuntu-related: Quentusrex (William King)
- BSD-related: UnixDawg (Richard Neese)
- Mitch Capper - Update Mod_commands to be 100% in line with mod_commands.c
- (Brief update on Mitch's progress with this task)
- fs_noobster - Test syntax of each command, confirm flags, options, etc.
- wsuff - Continue working with channel variables
- Torrent files are up on cluecon.com; seeding seems healthy but more seed volunteers are welcome to help
- MC/BKW to revisit the "multiple config" setup
Items Needing Documentation
- Still need volunteers to help with channel variable list on wiki; need someone to continue work that William Suffill started (looking at complete list of chan vars and getting them documented with examples)
- Michael Collins is looking for someone with MediaWiki skills, especially with the multilang extension.
- Need more JIRA helpers - people to test bugs that are reported, etc.
- Need packaging owners - debian, ubuntu, etc.
Items Needing Discussion
- Some asked about "more examples" last week. Let's have the community elaborate. Please tell us what kinds of examples you'd like to see.
- More Dialplan pattern syntax for expressions with descriptions (or BNF for this syntax, if doesn't exist yet). (from Jerry Richards)
- Please describe the operation of mod_xml_curl. How does it work? What parts of the configuration does it support? (from Meftah Tayeb)
Suggestions For Future Meetings & Future To Dos
- Docs: High-level overview (from Philip Jones)
- Dialplan best practices, e.g.