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ROS2 Tooling WG - Jan 17, 9AM PST (UTC-8)

The next meeting of the ROS Tooling Working Group will be tomorrow 2020-01-17T17:00:00Z

This week, we do not have a presentation scheduled.

Location : The link for the meeting is in the Google Groups invite - you can join that here https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/ros2-working-groups-calendar-invites

Time : 2020-01-17T17:00:00Z

High Level Agenda :

  • Last meeting action items review
  • Project Status Updates
    • Cross_compile
    • System Metrics Collector
    • Rosbag2
    • GitHub Action
  • Roadmap and Project Board Review

If you have anything you’d like to add to this or a future meeting’s agenda, please feel free to let us know at the beginning of the meeting, we have a light agenda tomorrow so we should be able to fit one additional topic.

More Information :

Context :
The objective of this working group will be to develop and maintain select ROS 2 tools. We define a tool to be: software supporting developer productivity or robot operation, outside of the middleware communications functionality. This definition remains intentionally broad until it needs to be narrowed.

The Tooling WG will focus on the roadmap, contribution, maintenance, and ownership of adopted subprojects. WG-owned GitHub repositories for subprojects will primarily live in the working group GitHub organization: ros-tooling .

Thanks all for attending!

The video of the meeting is up

High level summary:

  • The cross compile tool now supports ROS1 target workspaces, and is aiming for a release to PyPI before the next meeting
  • Rosbag2 file compression has minimal changes left and will be landing soon
  • The sysem metrics collector is quickly approaching its first release

The full notes can be found at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UXWaEkT6ji0Z0uTtJJSni5Y6fiopM9qOOzv4ldeNaAM/edit

As always, please let me know if you’d like to get involved with contributions, help with backlog grooming or documentation, or show off anything at the next meeting!

The next meeting is scheduled for 9AM PST on Friday January 31st. Let me know if the time zone is an issue for anyone who would like to attend. For this next meeting, we will be moving from Chime over to a Google Meeting, link TBD

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