Based on the previous discussion thread it seems that we have quite some people here in the Aerial Vehicles group! Let’s plan a meeting to discuss some of the topics and if we want to do regular meetings?
I have a proposed time and agenda, trying to keep in mind other ROS workgroup meetings and since most that replied are in Europe or USA:
Tuesday 21th of March 2023-03-21T15:00:00Z→2023-03-21T16:00:00Z
I’ll see you there! In the past week, I’ve been working on MicroXRCE DDS in the context of Ardupilot. This evening, we reached proof of life communicating Ardupilot SITL and ROS2 Humble on Ubuntu 22.04 host OS. Happy to elaborate more at the meeting.
Point to mention, Due to daylight saving time change in USA is on 12th March an in Europe its 26th March, The ROS calendar is showing the meeting time 3.00pm-4.00pm instead of the 4.00pm-5.00pm (Paris/CET) when I add the event directly from the ROS workgroup meeting calendar to my calendar.
ROS workgroup meeting calendar is on PDT (time at Washington DC)
Yes, you are absolutely right, thanks for the headsup. I indeed just noticed it myself. It’s not the most ideal days for me as a templexic person . I will change the time in the original post to 15:00 / 3 pm for CET time.
Sorry sorry, we are going the change the time again… 7 am is just to early for the folks on the West Coast, so it will be bumped up to 8 am. For us in Europe it will be changed again from 3 pm back to 4 pm, which is less of a drastic difference right?
Anyway I’m hoping that this is enough time notice with 3 weeks ahead, and I promise this will be the last change
Hi all! Thanks you so much for joining. About 30 people showed up! I’ve got the recording right here for you, together with the slides + notes and chat questions.
So the next step is to let it marinate a bit, and that we start to write a proposal for OSRF for a workgroup. I’ve got some travels up myself so it will more likely within the next few weeks, but we’ll start a discourse thread once there is a draft so you can share feedback or pitch in.