Guacamole should have the ability to record sessions for later playback. In the case of SSH (or telnet), the full text underlying the session should be dumped to a file, with the pure Guacamole protocol graphical session recording being left for GUAC-236 (covering all protocols).
Things to keep in mind:
- The text-based output should be kept compatible with existing session recording formats, like the two-file typescript output produced by the script command.
- As the server will be dumping this text directly to a file, the name of this file will need to be kept unique, and the corresponding connection parameters will need to be dynamic enough that reasonable patterns can be specified (via parameter tokens?)