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Next ROS Quality Assurance Working Group Meeting for November 2019

Dear ROS Community,

The next ROS Quality Assurance Working Group meeting will take place: 2019-11-07T18:00:00Z. The agenda below:

Agenda:

  1. Update on the QA Dashboard initiative
  2. Update on Code Review for ROS2 pilot for these repositories:
  3. Discuss next quality initiative (Please, bring some ideas to discuss)

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@Alami

it is really hard to join from Asia Pacific Time, hopefully you would share minutes for that.

Yes, this is a problem we have been experiencing! I don’t know what the solution is? We definitely do not like to exclude participants from Asia. However, I’ll raise this issue with the group for discussion.

This is the solution I use, and which the ROS 2 TSC also uses. If you want a completely fair balance you need to have three time slots spread about eight hours apart that you rotate through. How far to go needs to be decided based on your participants but don’t forget to consider potential participants, i.e. people who might participate in the future but definitely will not if only bad meeting times are available.

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