Just for the record, I do not have a "Bot" to handle meeting recordings. In order to record a channel (including the recording of my voice in the channel), I run a 2nd discord account & application simultaneously, utilizing a virtual audio device installed on my computer as it's input/output, when wanting to record our admin / generals / community meetings.
Yes, there are bots that can record channels in discord, but for the security and privacy of our members, we don't allow them the admin permissions they require to run on our server. What these companies do, is sell information about our server and our members to the highest bidder to make their money. They advertise to people as "free" to use their bot, but In actuality, by giving these bots admin permissions, we allow the company who created the bot access to our members' names, ip addresses, the actual recording itself, etc. as payment for using their bot. This is what people are really paying for the use of these "free recording bots", either knowingly or unknowingly - and we (the Generals & Commanders of OD) collectively decided not to use them on our server in order to protect our members.
If anyone would like some help in setting up a system to make recordings like I have, feel free to reach out to me 😉.
@HDK(OD): I will make it a point to attend the meeting this friday, and will record the meeting for you/share a link in this thread if you'd like, so others can listen to it (that couldn't attend).