Ros graph

Hello all! I am making a tool similar to rqt graph. 
However, for a large number of topics and nodes, my system gets really slow. The problem lies in that I have to make a call to the console of 'rosnode info' for each of the nodes. Is there some way to get the 'graph' with a single call? Or, at least, with fewer calls? For example 'rostopic list' and 'rosnode list' are already there, and that is ok, but I need the full list of suscriptions and publications, without having to make a call for each node...

Thanks!
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<div>Hello all! I am making a tool similar to rqt graph.&nbsp;<br>However, for a large number of topics and nodes, my system gets really slow. The problem lies in that I have to make a call to the console of 'rosnode info' for each of the nodes. Is there some way to get the 'graph' with a single call? Or, at least, with fewer calls? For example 'rostopic list' and 'rosnode list' are already there, and that is ok, but I need the full list of suscriptions and publications, without having to make a call for each node...<br><br>
</div>
<span>Thanks!</span><br>
</div></div>
Ryan Gariepy via ros-users | 24 Jul 19:56 2015

[jobs] Navigation/Planning Developer (Remote Contract)

Position: Navigation/Planning Developer (Remote Contract)
Location: Part time or full time remote
Experience: Graduate degree or equivalent background in a related field

About Us
Clearpath Robotics designs and builds service robots to automate the world's dullest, dirtiest and deadliest jobs.  Our clients range from small local businesses to some of the biggest, best known companies on the planet. We built Clearpath by offering hardware and services to support advanced robotics R&D and are now expanding into commercial and industrial service robot deployments.

We employ a diverse and highly talented team who live and breathe robotics.  We believe that work must have a high “cool” factor and every day should bring new knowledge. 


About the Job
At present, most of our developers are located in Kitchener, Canada. We’ve had a huge amount of interest worldwide from people who would like to work from their home countries full-time, but we’re not yet in a state where we can easily support them. However, the opportunities we’re facing as well as our progress towards supporting worldwide development means we’re now at the point where we’re looking for remote contract work.

We’re looking for people who can help us make our ground robots (a few of which aren’t yet public) and software (again, not yet public) more capable of planning in a wide variety of static and incredibly dynamic environments. We need people who have an existing background in controls and planning, and are up to helping our team revolutionize how the world works. You won’t be off on your own – you’ll work closely with our existing team and infrastructure on some very key projects.

Your primary responsibilities will be:
Optimization of existing planning software
Implementation of higher-level planning algorithms

Additional tasks may include:
Code review of related modules
Simulation model design


About You
You’ve seen where robotics is going and want to get involved with a small company that thinks big and dreams huge.  Or, you’ve got obligations in your current country and aren’t able to move, but still want to keep your skills sharp. You might also be in academia and want to get a sense of how industrial development operates, as well as learn from our experienced team.

You are driven, view work as more than just a job, and are never satisfied with a project left half-done.  You want to work with people like you; creative, fun-loving, and passionate about their work.  You are motivated by seeing the problems you solve have real-world applications, and you thrive on challenging and rewarding problems.

Since this is a contract position, we unfortunately will not be proceeding with anyone who does not have prior experience as listed by the required skills; we cannot commit to providing ROS or C++ training as we normally would. We require candidates who can commit at least 20 hours/week for at least 4 months, and who are not bound by any existing contract which would prevent them from working with us.


Required Skills:
Proficiency with Linux, C++, ROS
Theoretical experience with path/trajectory planning for autonomous ground vehicles
Theoretical background includes sample-based and graph-based planning approaches

Bonus points for:
Gazebo experience
Practical experience with the control of skid-steer and differential drive ground vehicles
Familiarity with SLAM and state estimation
Familiarity with multi-vehicle coordination and area coverage algorithms
Background in kinematic-based control
Experience with the move_base framework


What Now?
Apply here: (http://www.jsco.re/22kc). Please also send testimonials as well as conference papers, journal articles, source code, portfolio media, references, or other indications of exceptional past work to resourcefulhumans-bgcxFmYDIjnibWmU1SHKJJqQE7yCjDx5@public.gmane.org, including “Autonomy  Developer - Contract” in the subject. If your skills don’t fit this job description, but you’re still interested in working with us please apply to our “General Robotics Enthusiast” position. No recruiters or form cover letters, please. They do not please our mechanical masters.

<div><div dir="ltr">
<div><div>
<div>Position: <span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>Navigation/Planning Developer (Remote Contract)<span class="Apple-tab-span">			</span>
</div>
<div>Location: <span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>Part time or full time remote<span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>
</div>
<div>Experience:<span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>Graduate degree or equivalent background in a related field</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>About Us</div>
<div>Clearpath Robotics designs and builds service robots to automate the world's dullest, dirtiest and deadliest jobs.&nbsp; Our clients range from small local businesses to some of the biggest, best known companies on the planet. We built Clearpath by offering hardware and services to support advanced robotics R&amp;D and are now expanding into commercial and industrial service robot deployments.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>We employ a diverse and highly talented team who live and breathe robotics.&nbsp; We believe that work must have a high &ldquo;cool&rdquo; factor and every day should bring new knowledge.&nbsp;</div>
<div><br></div>
<div><br></div>
<div>About the Job</div>
<div>At present, most of our developers are located in Kitchener, Canada. We&rsquo;ve had a huge amount of interest worldwide from people who would like to work from their home countries full-time, but we&rsquo;re not yet in a state where we can easily support them. However, the opportunities we&rsquo;re facing as well as our progress towards supporting worldwide development means we&rsquo;re now at the point where we&rsquo;re looking for remote contract work.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>We&rsquo;re looking for people who can help us make our ground robots (a few of which aren&rsquo;t yet public) and software (again, not yet public) more capable of planning in a wide variety of static and incredibly dynamic environments. We need people who have an existing background in controls and planning, and are up to helping our team revolutionize how the world works. You won&rsquo;t be off on your own &ndash; you&rsquo;ll work closely with our existing team and infrastructure on some very key projects.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Your primary responsibilities will be:</div>
<div>&bull;<span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>Optimization of existing planning software</div>
<div>&bull;<span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>Implementation of higher-level planning algorithms<span class="Apple-tab-span">		</span>
</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Additional tasks may include:</div>
<div>&bull;<span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>Code review of related modules</div>
<div>&bull;<span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>Simulation model design</div>
<div><br></div>
<div><br></div>
<div>About You</div>
<div>You&rsquo;ve seen where robotics is going and want to get involved with a small company that thinks big and dreams huge.&nbsp; Or, you&rsquo;ve got obligations in your current country and aren&rsquo;t able to move, but still want to keep your skills sharp. You might also be in academia and want to get a sense of how industrial development operates, as well as learn from our experienced team.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>You are driven, view work as more than just a job, and are never satisfied with a project left half-done.&nbsp; You want to work with people like you; creative, fun-loving, and passionate about their work.&nbsp; You are motivated by seeing the problems you solve have real-world applications, and you thrive on challenging and rewarding problems.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Since this is a contract position, we unfortunately will not be proceeding with anyone who does not have prior experience as listed by the required skills; we cannot commit to providing ROS or C++ training as we normally would. We require candidates who can commit at least 20 hours/week for at least 4 months, and who are not bound by any existing contract which would prevent them from working with us.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Required Skills:</div>
<div>&bull;<span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>Proficiency with Linux, C++, ROS</div>
<div>&bull;<span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>Theoretical experience with path/trajectory planning for autonomous ground vehicles</div>
<div>&bull;<span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>Theoretical background includes sample-based and graph-based planning approaches<span class="Apple-tab-span">		</span>
</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Bonus points for:</div>
<div>&bull;<span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>Gazebo experience</div>
<div>&bull;<span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>Practical experience with the control of skid-steer and differential drive ground vehicles</div>
<div>&bull;<span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>Familiarity with SLAM and state estimation</div>
<div>&bull;<span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>Familiarity with multi-vehicle coordination and area coverage algorithms</div>
<div>&bull;<span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>Background in kinematic-based control</div>
<div>&bull;<span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>Experience with the move_base framework</div>
<div><br></div>
<div><br></div>
<div>What Now?</div>
<div>Apply here: (<a href="http://www.jsco.re/22kc">http://www.jsco.re/22kc</a>). Please also send testimonials as well as conference papers, journal articles, source code, portfolio media, references, or other indications of exceptional past work to <a href="mailto:resourcefulhumans@...">resourcefulhumans@...</a>, including &ldquo;Autonomy &nbsp;Developer - Contract&rdquo; in the subject. If your skills don&rsquo;t fit this job description, but you&rsquo;re still interested in working with us please apply to our &ldquo;General Robotics Enthusiast&rdquo; position. No recruiters or form cover letters, please. They do not please our mechanical masters.</div>
</div></div>
<div><br></div>
</div></div>
David Lu!! via ros-users | 24 Jul 15:39 2015

New Tool: roscompile - Catkin Metadata Helper

I have a confession to make. I'm not very good at Catkin. One reason
is because there is a lot more metadata to maintain. Unlike Ye Olde
Rosbuild, where you could add a dependency by adding a single tag in
the manifest, Catkin requires you add the build and run dependencies
to the package.xml, as well as add the dependencies in the
CMakeLists.txt in a couple places.

That's why I've developed a tool called roscompile, which I've found
invaluable for cleaning up my packages for release. It attempts to do
the hard work for you by 'compiling' the information that already
exists in the package.

 * Did you just add a dependency on a new package in your source code?
roscompile will read the source and add the appropriate tags to your
package.xml and CMakeLists.txt.

 * Create a new launch file that uses map_server? roscompile reads
launch files to add run_depends.

 * Add a new msg/srv/action/dynamic_reconfiguration/plugin? roscompile
generates the metadata for that too.

Check it out here: https://github.com/DLu/roscompile
(contains a full list of features and issues page)

Of course, the tool is far from perfect. It should not be used to
blindly make changes to critical repos. I welcome collaboration to
help cover people's use cases other than my own.

Happy Catkining,
David!!
Ugo Cupcic via ros-users | 23 Jul 08:01 2015

New manipulation SIG

Hi all,

As discussed with a few people, I created a new SIG for manipulation / grasping: http://wiki.ros.org/sig/manipulation.

The idea is to create a group of people interested in these subjects to discuss common problems, focalise some of the development, etc...

Here's a short list of topics that could be of interest (this is of course non exhaustive):
 - common messages and interfaces
 - tactile sensors 
 - planners
 - generic nodes / base class
 - new interesting hardware

Cheers,

Ugo

--
Ugo CupcicHead of Software+44 20 7700 2487ugo-JJwpZlUREJ7ZI5Z/Ik8r6w@public.gmane.orgwww.shadowrobot.com

Shadow Robot Company Ltd.
251 Liverpool Road, N1 1LX, UK
Registered Number 3308007 (England & Wales)

RoNeX - Building Robots with ROS Made Easy 
<div>
<div dir="ltr">Hi all,<div><br></div>
<div>As discussed with a few people, I created a new SIG for manipulation / grasping:&nbsp;<a href="http://wiki.ros.org/sig/manipulation">http://wiki.ros.org/sig/manipulation</a>.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>The idea is to create a group of people interested in these subjects to discuss common problems, focalise some of the development, etc...</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>
<div>Here's a short list of topics that could be of interest (this is of course non exhaustive):</div>
<div>&nbsp;- common messages and interfaces</div>
<div>&nbsp;- tactile sensors&nbsp;</div>
<div>&nbsp;- planners</div>
<div>&nbsp;- generic nodes / base class</div>
<div>&nbsp;- new interesting hardware</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Cheers,</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Ugo</div>
<div><br></div>-- <br><div class="gmail_signature"><div dir="ltr"><div><div dir="ltr"><span>Ugo CupcicHead of Software+44 20 7700 2487<a href="mailto:ugo@..." target="_blank">ugo@...</a><a href="http://www.shadowrobot.com" target="_blank">www.shadowrobot.com</a></span></div></div></div></div>
</div>
</div>

<br>Shadow Robot Company Ltd.<br>251 Liverpool Road, N1 1LX, UK<br>Registered Number 3308007 (England &amp; Wales)<div>
<br><div><span>RoNeX - Building Robots with ROS Made Easy&nbsp;</span></div>
<div>
<a href="http://www.shadowrobot.com/products/ronex/" target="_blank">http://www.shadowrobot.com/products/ronex/</a><br><br>
</div>
</div>
</div>

[jobs] Open position at Bosch RTC in Palo Alto, CA to develop ROS 2.0

The personal robotics team in Bosch Research and Technology Center in Palo Alto, CA is looking for excellent candidates to work in open source software development. The candidate will work in close collaboration with the Open Source Robotics Foundation to develop the next generation of ROS, spending part of his/her time at OSRF in Mountain View. The candidate will be fully integrated into the emerging robotics community in the Silicon Valley.
 
Tasks & Responsibilities:
  • Research, develop and test code for ROS 2.0 framework. This includes making ROS suitable for production and real-time systems as well for multi-robot setup on an intermittent network. It also includes development of new behavior modeling mechanisms that will standardize the development process.
  • In close cooperation with Bosch research in Germany work towards ROS 2.0 mechanisms for constructing systems with well-defined execution semantics and guaranteed real-time properties
  • Collaborate with the robotics projects at Bosch and represent their needs for ROS at OSRF
 
Requirements
  • Ph.D. or M.Sc. (with at least 3 years of industry experience)
  • In-depth knowledge and hands-on working experience with ROS (2-3years), excellent C/C++ programming skills
  • Excellent knowledge of Linux and development on Linux systems as well embedded systems such as e.g. freeRTOS
  • 3+ years of development and prototyping experience in large, high-quality software systems
  • Strong research and problem solving skills; Excellent communication, teamwork and technical writing skills
  • (Desired) - Experience with methods and mechanisms for real-time systems, experience working on robot systems, academic track record - proven by publications
 
 
--
Lorenzo Riano, Ph.D.
Research Engineer
 
Robert Bosch LLC
CR/RTC1.1-NA
Research and Technology Center
4009 Miranda Avenue, Suite 100
 
tel: +1 650-320-2970
 
 
 
<div>
<span>
<div>The personal robotics team in Bosch Research and Technology Center in Palo Alto, CA is looking for excellent candidates to work in open source software development. The candidate will work in close collaboration with the Open Source Robotics Foundation
to develop the next generation of ROS, spending part of his/her time at OSRF in Mountain View. The candidate will be fully integrated into the emerging robotics community in the Silicon Valley.</div>
<div><span>&nbsp;</span></div>
<div>Tasks &amp; Responsibilities:</div>
<ul>
<li>Research, develop and test code for ROS 2.0 framework. This includes making ROS suitable for production and real-time systems as well for multi-robot setup on an intermittent network. It also includes development of new behavior modeling mechanisms that
will standardize the development process.</li>
<li>In close cooperation with Bosch research in Germany work towards ROS 2.0 mechanisms for constructing systems with well-defined execution semantics and guaranteed real-time properties</li>
<li>Collaborate with the robotics projects at Bosch and represent their needs for ROS at OSRF</li>
</ul>
<div>&nbsp;</div>
<div>Requirements</div>
<ul>
<li>Ph.D. or M.Sc. (with at least 3 years of industry experience)</li>
<li>In-depth knowledge and hands-on working experience with ROS (2-3years), excellent C/C++ programming skills</li>
<li>Excellent knowledge of Linux and development on Linux systems as well embedded systems such as e.g. freeRTOS</li>
<li>3+ years of development and prototyping experience in large, high-quality software systems</li>
<li>Strong research and problem solving skills; Excellent communication, teamwork and technical writing skills</li>
<li>(Desired) - Experience with methods and mechanisms for real-time systems, experience working on robot systems, academic track record - proven by publications</li>
</ul>
<div><span>&nbsp;</span></div>
<div>For more information and to apply please visit <a href="https://your.bosch-career.com/en/web/us/us/applying_us/jobsearch_9/-/cui/job/ZRB_UNREG_SEARCH/en/46622A256D031ED58ACB26B7004003C7">https://your.bosch-career.com/en/web/us/us/applying_us/jobsearch_9/-/cui/job/ZRB_UNREG_SEARCH/en/46622A256D031ED58ACB26B7004003C7</a>
</div>
<div><span>&nbsp;</span></div>
<div><span>--</span></div>
<div><span>Lorenzo Riano, Ph.D.</span></div>
<div><span>Research Engineer</span></div>
<div><span>&nbsp;</span></div>
<div><span>Robert Bosch LLC</span></div>
<div><span>CR/RTC1.1-NA</span></div>
<div><span>Research and Technology Center</span></div>
<div><span>4009 Miranda Avenue, Suite 100</span></div>
<div><span>&nbsp;</span></div>
<div><span>email: <a href="mailto:Lorenzo.Riano@...">Lorenzo.Riano@...</a></span></div>
<div><span>tel: +1 650-320-2970</span></div>
<div><span>&nbsp;</span></div>
<div><span>&nbsp;</span></div>
<div><span>&nbsp;</span></div>
</span>
</div>
Richard Ni via ros-users | 21 Jul 22:45 2015

[jobs] Openings at Cruise, self-driving car company

Come work with a team of robotics experts on technically challenging problems, building products that improve lives and prevent car accidents. 

Our team is small, but we move quickly. In less than a year, we built prototype vehicles that have logged over 10,000 autonomous miles on California highways. We're looking for smart, ambitious people to help develop our next generation products, ensure they’re reliable and safe, and deploy them at scale.

In particular, we're looking for perception engineers to make sure our cars can accurately identify objects and predict where they’ll move. Apply at https://jobs.lever.co/cruise/a2499312-3804-47d7-aad8-12c70228c4e2?lever-source=ros071515

For a complete list of our openings, see https://jobs.lever.co/cruise
<div><div dir="ltr">
<span>Come work with a team of robotics experts on technically challenging problems, building products that improve lives and prevent car accidents.</span><span>&nbsp;</span><span><br></span><br><span>Our team is small, but we move quickly. In less than a year, we built prototype vehicles that have logged over 10,000 autonomous miles on California highways. We're looking for smart, ambitious people to help develop our next generation products, ensure they&rsquo;re reliable and safe, and deploy them at scale.</span><br><br><span>In particular, we're looking for perception engineers to make sure our cars can accurately identify objects and predict where they&rsquo;ll move. Apply at&nbsp;</span><a href="https://jobs.lever.co/cruise/a2499312-3804-47d7-aad8-12c70228c4e2?lever-source=rw071515" target="_blank">https://jobs.lever.co/cruise/a2499312-3804-47d7-aad8-12c70228c4e2?lever-source=ros071515</a><div><br></div>
<div>For a complete list of our openings, see&nbsp;<a href="https://jobs.lever.co/cruise" target="_blank">https://jobs.lever.co/cruise</a>
</div>
</div></div>
Matko Hrvatin via ros-users | 21 Jul 17:18 2015

Manning Publications - Looking for potential authors for Robot Operating System (ROS) book

Hi all,

Manning (the publisher) is currently looking for potential authors for Robot Operating System (ROS) book. We already contacted a couple of ROS contributors and wanted to reach out to the ROS community as well, as proposed by Vincent Rabaud.

If interested please send an email to mahr <at> manning.com.

Thanks in advance,
 
Matko Hrvatin
Assistant Acquisitions Editor
Manning Publications Co. | www.manning.com


<div><div>Hi all,<br class="yiv9357810145"><div>
<div>
<div class="y_msg_container">
<div><div><div>
<div dir="ltr"><span><br class="yiv9357810145">Manning (the publisher) is currently looking for potential authors for Robot Operating System (ROS) book. We already contacted a couple of ROS contributors and wanted to reach out to the ROS community as well, as proposed by Vincent Rabaud.<br class="yiv9357810145"></span></div>
<div dir="ltr"><span><br></span></div>
<div dir="ltr"><span>If interested please send an email to mahr <at> manning.com.<br class="yiv9357810145"></span></div>
<div dir="ltr"><span><br></span></div>
<div dir="ltr"><span>Thanks in advance,<br class="yiv9357810145">&nbsp;</span></div>
<div><div>Matko Hrvatin
<br>Assistant Acquisitions Editor
<br>Manning Publications Co. | www.manning.com</div></div>
</div></div></div>
<br><br>
</div> </div> </div>  </div></div>
Mike Purvis via ros-users | 21 Jul 18:28 2015

ROS installation for OS X

Hi all,

Greg Brill and I have been working on establishing a script that can more or less automatically set up a ROS desktop_full install on Mavericks and Yosemite; we'd be glad for a few brave souls to give it a try:


Some key ways in which this differs from the official instructions is that it:
  • uses brewed python instead of system python,
  • uses catkin_tools to build in parallel instead of catkin_make_isolated,
  • requires very minimal and well-documented sudo use, and
  • tries to automatically detect some problematic configurations and provide appropriate prompts/suggestions.
The desktop_full build itself is about 30 minutes; the remainder of the time is spent fetching and building dependencies (especially VTK and Gazebo 5). Total time on most systems should be < 1h.

Our intent is to set up some form of CI which can periodically re-run this setup on a vanilla machine, and thus keep it from regressing, however such a thing is still to come— this overall procedure is long enough that it's not a good fit for Travis CI.

Bugs and pull requests welcome,

Mike
<div><div dir="ltr">Hi all,<div><br></div>
<div>Greg Brill and I have been working on establishing a script that can more or less automatically set up a ROS desktop_full install on Mavericks and Yosemite; we'd be glad for a few brave souls to give it a try:</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>
<a href="https://github.com/mikepurvis/ros-install-osx">https://github.com/mikepurvis/ros-install-osx</a><br>
</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Some key ways in which this differs from <a href="http://wiki.ros.org/indigo/Installation/OSX/Homebrew/Source#Installation_Instructions_for_Indigo_in_OSX">the official instructions</a> is that it:</div>
<div><ul>
<li>uses brewed python instead of system python,</li>
<li>uses catkin_tools to build in parallel instead of catkin_make_isolated,</li>
<li>requires very minimal and well-documented sudo use, and</li>
<li>tries to automatically detect some problematic configurations and provide appropriate prompts/suggestions.</li>
</ul></div>
<div>The desktop_full build itself is about 30 minutes; the remainder of the time is spent fetching and building dependencies (especially VTK and Gazebo 5). Total time on most systems should be &lt; 1h.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Our intent is to set up some form of CI which can periodically re-run this setup on a vanilla machine, and thus keep it from regressing, however such a thing is still to come&mdash; this overall procedure is long enough that it's not a good fit for Travis CI.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Bugs and pull requests welcome,</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Mike</div>
</div></div>

Real robot control on Linux

Hi everyone, 
I am looking for some pointers from those that run your robots on Linux in real time. 
I'd really appreciate if you would share with me:
- which robot/use case do you have
- which HW architecture are you using (e.g. arm vs x86)
- which Linux distro
- which real time kernel (e.g. xenoami vs rt_preempt)
- which scheduler
- which peripherals (e.g. CAN, Ethercat, serial, etc.)
- which application framework (e.g. written from scratch, ROS, Orocos, )
- which actuators do you control

Thanks upfront, D.
<div><div dir="ltr"><div class="gmail_quote"><div dir="ltr">
<span>Hi everyone,&nbsp;</span><div>I am looking for some pointers from those that run your robots on Linux in real time.&nbsp;</div>
<div>I'd really appreciate if you would share with me:</div>
<div>- which robot/use case do you have</div>
<div>- which HW architecture are you using (e.g. arm vs x86)</div>
<div>- which Linux distro</div>
<div>- which real time kernel (e.g. xenoami vs rt_preempt)</div>
<div>- which scheduler</div>
<div>- which peripherals (e.g. CAN, Ethercat, serial, etc.)</div>
<div>- which application framework (e.g. written from scratch, ROS, Orocos, )</div>
<div>- which actuators do you control</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Thanks upfront, D.</div>
</div></div></div></div>

Deprecation of the Eigen CMake Module in cmake_modules

We have a late addition to the Jade migration guide. I deprecated the use of the Eigen CMake Module in the cmake_modules package in Jade, but forgot to add it to the migration guide until <at> mikeferguson pointed it out to me. I've update the guide:


If you're using Eigen in your package consider reviewing how you find it in Jade and later.

Sorry for the noise,

--
William Woodall
ROS Development Team
<div><div dir="ltr">We have a late addition to the Jade migration guide. I deprecated the use of the Eigen CMake Module in the cmake_modules package in Jade, but forgot to add it to the migration guide until  <at> mikeferguson pointed it out to me. I've update the guide:<div><br></div>
<div><a href="http://wiki.ros.org/jade/Migration#Eigen_CMake_Module_in_cmake_modules">http://wiki.ros.org/jade/Migration#Eigen_CMake_Module_in_cmake_modules</a></div>
<div><br></div>
<div>If you're using Eigen in your package consider reviewing how you find it in Jade and later.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Sorry for the noise,<br clear="all"><div><br></div>-- <br><div class="gmail_signature"><div dir="ltr">William Woodall<div>ROS Development Team</div>
<div><a href="mailto:william@..." target="_blank">william <at> osrfoundation.org</a></div>
<div><a href="http://wjwwood.io/" target="_blank">http://wjwwood.io/</a></div>
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Yoonseok Pyo via ros-users | 15 Jul 04:24 2015

3rd ROS Meetup in Korea!

Hi Everyone,

We held the 3rd ROS Korea users seminar & meetup event at Dong-a University in Busan, on 8 July 2015. We held 1st and 2nd meetup event in Seoul, Korea. However, this time, we held in other city 'Busan', try to spread ROS in Korea.


The seminar covered overview for introduction of ROS, SLAM, Navigation, Moveit and Gazebo. See the links below for the presentation slides.

For the past year, OROCA (www.oroca.org) community has been effort to expand open robotics software in Korea. We want to continue this activity with ROS. We are tentatively planning to hold 4th ROS meetup in Korea on November. 

We'd like to give special thanks to OSRF, ROS development teams and many ROS users. Also, thanks to Prof. Jong-Wook Kim at Dong-a University and our sponsors Yujin Robot and ROBOTIS.

Sincerely,
Yoonseok Pyo
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<span>Hi Everyone,</span><br>
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<div>We held the 3rd ROS Korea users seminar &amp; meetup event at Dong-a University in Busan, on 8 July 2015. We held 1st and 2nd meetup event in Seoul, Korea. However, this time, we held in other city 'Busan', try to spread ROS in Korea.</div>
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<div><a href="https://goo.gl/5RgjlV">https://goo.gl/5RgjlV</a></div>
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<div>The seminar covered overview for introduction of ROS, SLAM, Navigation, Moveit and Gazebo. See the links below for the presentation slides.</div>
<div><a href="http://www.slideshare.net/yoonseokpyo/20150708-ros-seminarinbusankorea">http://www.slideshare.net/yoonseokpyo/20150708-ros-seminarinbusankorea</a></div>
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<div>For the past year, OROCA (<a href="http://www.oroca.org">www.oroca.org</a>) community has been effort to expand open robotics software in Korea. We want to continue this activity with ROS. We are tentatively planning to hold 4th ROS meetup in Korea on November.&nbsp;</div>
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<div>We'd like to give special thanks to OSRF, ROS development teams and many ROS users. Also, thanks to Prof. Jong-Wook Kim at Dong-a University and our sponsors Yujin Robot and ROBOTIS.</div>
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<div>Sincerely,</div>
<div>Yoonseok Pyo</div>
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Gmane