General discussion about ROS. Kind of like the "ros-users" of discourse.ros.org.
ROS Projects - a place for the community to discuss any projects they are (or would like to be) working on, from the smallest of tweaks to the largest of ventures. Somewhere we can come together to get help and feedback; give advice and opinions; publicize and discover; contribute to and learn from the various ROS-related projects that we are all working on.
This category is to discuss methods to bridge to, integrate, and otherwise incorporate embedded systems in the Robot Operating System ( ROS, <a href="http://ros.org">http://ros.org</a> )
Next Generation ROS
This is a forum to talk about the next generation of ROS.
This category is a place for maintainers to communicate about ongoing release issues.
Discussion about this site, its organization, how it works, and how we can improve it.
Please use this category to post job openings of interest to ROS users.
This category is for participants in the Agile Robotics for Industrial Automation Competition (ARIAC)
Welcome to <a href="http://moveit.ros.org">MoveIt!</a>'s new place to discuss development, maintenance, testing, and releases. <strong>This category is not for MoveIt! users questions or application to specific robots.</strong> For user questions, please join the <a href="https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/moveit-users">Mailing List</a> and post there - all off topic questions will be deleted from this Discourse category.
This is a forum for TurtleBot users to communicate.
robot description formats
This category is for discussing robot description formats and the surrounding tools:
This is a category to discuss the ROS buildfarm.
This category is a place for discussions about aerial vehicles. There is a growing community of people using ROS on aerial vehicles.
This category is for discussing topics on everything related to ROS client libraries.
The goal of the ROS Layer for OpenEmbedded Linux is to create a layer to cross-compile ROS and set up a Linux & ROS infrastructure for various embedded systems. In the end, setting up a ROS infrastructure for an embedded system should be as easy as currently for a Ubuntu system.
This is a category for Mirror administrators.