This script takes an IRC output as produced by the RRSAgent on W3C’s IRC, and converts into into minutes in markdown. Most of the features of David Booth's script are retained. See also a separate feature summary for an easier reference. The IRC log can either be provided as an input to the script on the command line, or can be fetched directly from the W3C site. The generated minutes are either stored locally or are committed to a GitHub repository directly. The reason of writing this script is that the current approach of producing HTML minutes on the W3C date space has become difficult to handle these days when Working Groups typically work on GitHub and WG members do not have CVS access to W3C. This means that the current process relies heavily on the staff contact on the slightest possible change of the minutes. In a GitHub working environment the “obvious” approach is to produce the minutes in markdown and push that onto the group’s repository; if so, the minutes can be read and, if necessary, updated, changed, improved, etc, by other Group members.