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ROS2 Embedded SIG meeting #4

Hi all,

The next Embedded SIG meeting will take place next July 29, at 18.00 CEST.

We have created a pull that will serve as the basis for discussion in the meeting:

http://www.polljunkie.com/poll/xcxtqy/ros2-embedded-sig-community-status

We will use google hang out for the meeting: https://meet.google.com/pjs-fkje-scx

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@Jaime_Martin_Losa

Great, I would be there on this time.

thanks,

In the meeting on July 29th at 4pm UTC / 6pm CEST / 9am PDT, we also plan to discuss about

  • widening the scope of the working group (the poll shall serve as a basis for that discussion)

  • introducing a regular schedule (e.g., every four weeks on a fixed weekday)

Regarding technical topics: We will provide an update on the micro-ROS Dashing Diademata support (cf. https://micro-ros.github.io/). Other technical topics are warmly welcome! Let’s use this thread to compile the agenda together.

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There were questions about the scope of the Embedded SIG. Correspondingly, n this meeting, we will put a big emphasis on this topic.

Therefore, I urge everybody working on any kind of embedded system to join the meeting, so that we can get a better picture of what’s out there. Also, please again look at the poll: http://www.polljunkie.com/poll/xcxtqy/ros2-embedded-sig-community-status and try to answer it before the meeting.

Proposed Agenda

  1. SIG Scope: Software, Hardware, etc…
  2. Organisation of the SIG: Schedule of meetings, organizers, …
  3. Performance analysis status update
  4. Micro-ROS Update: Dashing Support, hw platform update

If you’re missing something, please comment!

Thank you for organizing the meeting. I will join it with my colleague Shoji Morita. He will answer the poll this weekend.

Ishu Goel (my clolleague at Nobleo) and I are also joining for the meeting tonight. I was wondering what the expected duration of the meeting is?

Usually we aim for 1 hour. This meeting might be a bit unusual and thus could take longer, but I’ve already heard from at least one person that they are even more time-constrained.

So we’ll probably time-box it (meaning, we’ll close it after 1 hour and postpone any remaining business to the next, which might then happen rather sooner than later).

We have met yesterday, thanks to everybody who attended and also those who replied to the poll!

The main result from the meeting is that we have extended the scope to also include more powerful devices (e.g., those running Linux), and that in the future, we will meet regularly: On every 4th Monday of the month. Exact times are to be announced.

For more details, see the full minutes for 4th Embedded WG meeting (131.6 KB)