Aaron Schiffman | 30 Oct 07:51 2014
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A rosbag implementation in Java

Dear ROS-Users,

I am strongly considering implementing rosbag in Java. I'd want to implement the latest rosbag version (2.0 is the version I found documented by Tully). I was going through a list of TODO's for a project I am working on from 2 years ago, and one of the tasks was to create a proxy framework for monitoring data communications. rosbag already seems to cover the requirements well. I'd be happy to share the code with OSRF if it hasn't been done yet. Any input on rosbag in Java will be appreciated. I'd appreciate some back and forth Q&A support on this if any rosbag experts are willing to support the effort. I'd like to get it done in short order.

Please let me know if you want to help.

Thanks,

Aaron
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<div dir="ltr">Dear ROS-Users,</div>
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<div dir="ltr">I am strongly considering implementing rosbag in Java. I'd want to implement the latest rosbag version (2.0 is the version I found documented by Tully). I was going through a list of TODO's for a project I am working on from 2 years ago, and one of the tasks was to create a proxy framework for monitoring data communications. rosbag already seems to cover the requirements well. I'd be happy to share the code with OSRF if it hasn't been done yet. Any input on rosbag in Java will be appreciated. I'd appreciate some back and forth Q&amp;A support on this if any rosbag experts are willing to support the effort. I'd like to get it done in short order.</div>
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<div dir="ltr">Please let me know if you want to help.</div>
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<br>Thanks,<br><br>Aaron</div>
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Weißhardt, Florian | 29 Oct 17:37 2014
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[jobs] Phd Position for the development of new programming paradigms for complex autonomous robot systems

Position:               Software Engineer, possibility to obtain PhD degree

Location:              Fraunhofer IPA, Stuttgart, Germany

Experience:        Strong skills in software design and C/C++ development and rich experience in ROS development

 

 

 

Finding solutions to organizational and technological challenges, particularly within the production environment of industrial enterprises. That, in a nutshell, is the key focus of the research and development work carried out at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA. With 14 individual departments engaged in the fields of Corporate Organization, Automation and Surface Engineering, our R&D projects aim to enhance production processes and make products more cost-effective and environmentally friendly by identifying and exploiting the potential for automation and streamlining at clients’ companies.

 

The Fraunhofer IPA department for robot and assistive systems develops service robots for various application fields (e.g. domestic, inspection, logistics, production assistance, manufacturing, etc.) with the goal of reliable, robust and safe service of these robots in everyday environments. These applications require complex software systems including navigation, planning, perception and manipulation for dynamic and changing environments and intuitive human-robot interaction.

 

The position covers the development of concepts and tools to reduce integration effort and simplify application development for these complex robotic systems in the frame of public funded national and EU projects. The transfer of the results to industry by organizing workshops, publishing articles relevant magazines and exhibiting demonstrators at fairs and conferences is part of the job description as well.


You have completed your master or diploma degree with excellent results and are interested in interdisciplinary research with high-tech robots like Care-O-bot or KUKA iiwa. You could already gather experience in scientific working and optimally already presented your first results at an international conference. You are confident in software architectures and software engineering and have practical experiences with the development of robot applications in ROS.

 

We offer you a highly interesting and diverse work environment with both contact to top robotics researchers and industry. In addition to obtaining a phd degree, the position encompasses early transfer of project and staff responsibility. For the implementation and validation of your ideas, we offer exceptionally equipped laboritories and test environments. 

Qualifications/Requirements:

 

  • Rich experience in ROS development

  • A Master/Diploma degree from a top university in computer science, robotics or software engineering

  • Strong skills software design and C/C++ development

  • Proficient oral and written English skills

 

Advantageous are:

  • Experience with model-driven engineering approaches

  • Oral and written German skills

 

Please include the following documents in your application:

  • Cover letter that expresses your motivation and (research) goals

  • CV

  • Transcripts of all obtained degrees (including scholar education)

  • References and certificates relevant to the position

 

 

Please send your application to martina.goetzner <at> ipa.fraunhofer.de referring to position IPA-2014-109.

 

 

---
Dipl.-Ing. Florian Weißhardt

Fraunhofer IPA, Abt. 320/Roboter- und Assistenzsysteme
Nobelstrasse 12, D-70569 Stuttgart (Germany)
Phone +49(0)711-970-1046,
Fax +49(0)711-970-1008
http://www.ipa.fraunhofer.de/

 

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<p class="MsoPlainText"><span lang="EN-US">Position:&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;Software Engineer, possibility to obtain PhD degree<p></p></span></p>
<p class="MsoPlainText">Location:&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Fraunhofer IPA, Stuttgart, Germany<p></p></p>
<p class="MsoPlainText"><span lang="EN-US">Experience:&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Strong skills in software design and C/C++ development and rich experience in ROS development<p></p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US"><p>&nbsp;</p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US"><p>&nbsp;</p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US"><p>&nbsp;</p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">Finding solutions to organizational and technological challenges, particularly within the production environment of industrial enterprises. That, in a nutshell, is the key focus of the research and development work carried
 out at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA. With 14 individual departments engaged in the fields of Corporate Organization, Automation and Surface Engineering, our R&amp;D projects aim to enhance production processes and make
 products more cost-effective and environmentally friendly by identifying and exploiting the potential for automation and streamlining at clients&rsquo; companies.<p></p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US"><p>&nbsp;</p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">The Fraunhofer IPA department for robot and assistive systems develops service robots for various application fields (e.g. domestic, inspection, logistics, production assistance, manufacturing, etc.) with the goal of
 reliable, robust and safe service of these robots in everyday environments. These applications require complex software systems including navigation, planning, perception and manipulation for dynamic and changing environments and intuitive human-robot interaction.<p></p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US"><p>&nbsp;</p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">The position covers the development of concepts and tools to reduce integration effort and simplify application development for these complex robotic systems in the frame of public funded national and EU projects. The
 transfer of the results to industry by organizing workshops, publishing articles relevant magazines and exhibiting demonstrators at fairs and conferences is part of the job description as well.<p></p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US"><br>
You have completed your master or diploma degree with excellent results and are interested in interdisciplinary research with high-tech robots like Care-O-bot or KUKA iiwa. You could already gather experience in scientific working and optimally already presented
 your first results at an international conference. You are confident in software architectures and software engineering and have practical experiences with the development of robot applications in ROS.<p></p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US"><p>&nbsp;</p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">We offer you a highly interesting and diverse work environment with both contact to top robotics researchers and industry. In addition to obtaining a phd degree, the position
 encompasses early transfer of project and staff responsibility. For the implementation and validation of your ideas, we offer exceptionally equipped laboritories and test environments.&nbsp;
<p></p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">Qualifications/Requirements: <p></p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US"><p>&nbsp;</p></span></p>
<ul type="disc">
<li class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">Rich experience in ROS development<p></p></span></li>
<li class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">A Master/Diploma degree from a top university in computer science, robotics or software engineering
<p></p></span></li>
<li class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">Strong skills software design and C/C++ development<p></p></span></li>
<li class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">Proficient oral and written English skills<p></p></span></li>
</ul>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US"><p>&nbsp;</p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">Advantageous are:<p></p></span></p>
<ul type="disc">
<li class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">Experience with model-driven engineering approaches<p></p></span></li>
<li class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">Oral and written German skills<p></p></span></li>
</ul>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US"><p>&nbsp;</p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">Please include the following documents in your application:<p></p></span></p>
<ul type="disc">
<li class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">Cover letter that expresses your motivation and (research) goals
<p></p></span></li>
<li class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">CV <p></p></span></li>
<li class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">Transcripts of all obtained degrees (including scholar education)<p></p></span></li>
</ul>
<ul type="disc"><li class="MsoNormal">
<span lang="EN-US">References and certificates relevant to the position <p></p></span>
</li></ul>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US"><p>&nbsp;</p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US"><p>&nbsp;</p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US">Please send your application to
<a href="mailto:martina.goetzner@...">martina.goetzner <at> ipa.fraunhofer.de</a> referring to position IPA-2014-109.<p></p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US"><p>&nbsp;</p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-US"><p>&nbsp;</p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span>---<br>
Dipl.-Ing. Florian Wei&szlig;hardt<p></p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span>Fraunhofer IPA, Abt. 320/Roboter- und Assistenzsysteme<br>
Nobelstrasse 12, D-70569 Stuttgart (Germany)<br>
Phone +49(0)711-970-1046,<br>
Fax +49(0)711-970-1008<br></span><span><a href="http://www.ipa.fraunhofer.de/" title="http://www.ipa.fraunhofer.de/"><span>http://www.ipa.fraunhofer.de/</span></a><p></p></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><p>&nbsp;</p></p>
</div>
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Tully Foote | 28 Oct 22:44 2014

New Indigo Packages

Hi Everyone, 

We have an update for ROS Indigo packages today. 57 new packages and 118 updated packages have been released. The full details are below. 

Thanks to all the maintainers who made this possible. 

Your ROS Release Team


Updates to indigo

Added Packages [57]:
 * ros-indigo-bayesian-belief-networks: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-crsm-slam: 1.0.3-0
 * ros-indigo-data-vis-msgs: 0.0.3-0
 * ros-indigo-designator-integration-msgs: 0.0.3-0
 * ros-indigo-dna-extraction-msgs: 0.0.3-0
 * ros-indigo-downward: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-dynamic-tf-publisher: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-ff: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-ffha: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-grasp-stability-msgs: 0.0.3-0
 * ros-indigo-hrpsys: 315.2.8-1
 * ros-indigo-iai-common-msgs: 0.0.3-0
 * ros-indigo-iai-content-msgs: 0.0.3-0
 * ros-indigo-iai-kinematics-msgs: 0.0.3-0
 * ros-indigo-iai-robosherlock-actions: 0.0.3-0
 * ros-indigo-image-view2: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-jsk-common: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-jsk-footstep-msgs: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-jsk-gui-msgs: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-jsk-hark-msgs: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-jsk-network-tools: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-jsk-tools: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-jsk-topic-tools: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-keyboard: 0.1.1-0
 * ros-indigo-libsiftfast: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-mln-robosherlock-msgs: 0.0.3-0
 * ros-indigo-multi-map-server: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-multisense-description: 3.3.2-0
 * ros-indigo-multisense-lib: 3.3.2-0
 * ros-indigo-nao-control: 0.0.1-0
 * ros-indigo-nao-gazebo-plugin: 0.0.1-0
 * ros-indigo-openhrp3: 3.1.7-9
 * ros-indigo-openrtm-aist-python: 1.1.0-5
 * ros-indigo-opt-camera: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-posedetection-msgs: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-rail-pick-and-place: 0.0.1-0
 * ros-indigo-rail-pick-and-place-msgs: 0.0.1-0
 * ros-indigo-rospatlite: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-rosping: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-rostwitter: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-graphprofiler: 0.1.2-0
 * ros-indigo-saphari-msgs: 0.0.3-0
 * ros-indigo-scanning-table-msgs: 0.0.3-0
 * ros-indigo-schunk-svh-driver: 0.1.5-0
 * ros-indigo-sherlock-sim-msgs: 0.0.3-0
 * ros-indigo-sklearn: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-speech-recognition-msgs: 1.0.49-0
 * ros-indigo-stdr-gui: 0.2.0-0
 * ros-indigo-stdr-launchers: 0.2.0-0
 * ros-indigo-stdr-msgs: 0.2.0-0
 * ros-indigo-stdr-parser: 0.2.0-0
 * ros-indigo-stdr-resources: 0.2.0-0
 * ros-indigo-stdr-robot: 0.2.0-0
 * ros-indigo-stdr-samples: 0.2.0-0
 * ros-indigo-stdr-server: 0.2.0-0
 * ros-indigo-stdr-simulator: 0.2.0-0
 * ros-indigo-voice-text: 1.0.49-0


Updated Packages [118]:
 * ros-indigo-ackermann-vehicle: 0.1.0-0 -> 0.1.1-0
 * ros-indigo-ackermann-vehicle-description: 0.1.0-0 -> 0.1.1-0
 * ros-indigo-ackermann-vehicle-gazebo: 0.1.0-0 -> 0.1.1-0
 * ros-indigo-amcl: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-ar-sys: 1.0.3-0 -> 1.0.4-0
 * ros-indigo-base-local-planner: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-bride: 0.3.3-0 -> 0.3.3-1
 * ros-indigo-bride-compilers: 0.3.3-0 -> 0.3.3-1
 * ros-indigo-bride-plugin-source: 0.3.3-0 -> 0.3.3-1
 * ros-indigo-bride-templates: 0.3.3-0 -> 0.3.3-1
 * ros-indigo-bride-tutorials: 0.3.3-0 -> 0.3.3-1
 * ros-indigo-camera-calibration: 1.12.9-0 -> 1.12.10-0
 * ros-indigo-carl-bot: 0.0.7-0 -> 0.0.9-0
 * ros-indigo-carl-bringup: 0.0.7-0 -> 0.0.9-0
 * ros-indigo-carl-demos: 0.0.1-0 -> 0.0.3-0
 * ros-indigo-carl-description: 0.0.7-0 -> 0.0.9-0
 * ros-indigo-carl-dynamixel: 0.0.7-0 -> 0.0.9-0
 * ros-indigo-carl-interactive-manipulation: 0.0.7-0 -> 0.0.9-0
 * ros-indigo-carl-navigation: 0.0.5-0 -> 0.0.7-0
 * ros-indigo-carl-teleop: 0.0.7-0 -> 0.0.9-0
 * ros-indigo-carrot-planner: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-clear-costmap-recovery: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-costmap-2d: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-depth-image-proc: 1.12.9-0 -> 1.12.10-0
 * ros-indigo-dwa-local-planner: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-ecto-pcl: 0.4.0-0 -> 0.4.1-0
 * ros-indigo-euslisp: 1.1.24-0 -> 1.1.25-0
 * ros-indigo-fake-localization: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-geneus: 1.1.24-0 -> 1.1.25-0
 * ros-indigo-genmsg: 0.5.5-0 -> 0.5.6-0
 * ros-indigo-global-planner: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-hector-localization: 0.1.4-0 -> 0.1.5-0
 * ros-indigo-hector-pose-estimation: 0.1.4-0 -> 0.1.5-0
 * ros-indigo-hector-pose-estimation-core: 0.1.4-0 -> 0.1.5-0
 * ros-indigo-image-pipeline: 1.12.9-0 -> 1.12.10-0
 * ros-indigo-image-proc: 1.12.9-0 -> 1.12.10-0
 * ros-indigo-image-rotate: 1.12.9-0 -> 1.12.10-0
 * ros-indigo-image-view: 1.12.9-0 -> 1.12.10-0
 * ros-indigo-jaco-description: 0.0.7-0 -> 0.0.8-0
 * ros-indigo-jaco-interaction: 0.0.7-0 -> 0.0.8-0
 * ros-indigo-jaco-sdk: 0.0.7-0 -> 0.0.8-0
 * ros-indigo-jaco-teleop: 0.0.7-0 -> 0.0.8-0
 * ros-indigo-jsk-roseus: 1.1.24-0 -> 1.1.25-0
 * ros-indigo-libfovis: 0.0.6-0 -> 0.0.7-0
 * ros-indigo-map-server: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-mavlink: 2014.09.22-0 -> 2014.10.10-1
 * ros-indigo-message-to-tf: 0.1.4-0 -> 0.1.5-0
 * ros-indigo-mongodb-log: 0.0.4-0 -> 0.1.3-1
 * ros-indigo-mongodb-store: 0.0.4-0 -> 0.1.3-1
 * ros-indigo-mongodb-store-cpp-client: 0.0.4-0 -> 0.0.5-0
 * ros-indigo-mongodb-store-msgs: 0.0.4-0 -> 0.1.3-1
 * ros-indigo-move-base: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-move-base-msgs: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-move-slow-and-clear: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-moveit-ikfast: 3.0.7-0 -> 3.1.0-0
 * ros-indigo-nao-meshes: 0.1.6-0 -> 0.1.7-0
 * ros-indigo-nao-moveit-config: 0.0.2-0 -> 0.0.3-0
 * ros-indigo-nav-core: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-navfn: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-navigation: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-openni2-camera: 0.2.1-0 -> 0.2.2-0
 * ros-indigo-openrtm-aist: 1.1.0-16 -> 1.1.0-23
 * ros-indigo-rail-segmentation: 0.0.1-0 -> 0.0.3-0
 * ros-indigo-robot-localization: 2.1.4-0 -> 2.1.5-0
 * ros-indigo-robot-pose-ekf: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-robot-web-tools: 0.0.1-0 -> 0.0.2-0
 * ros-indigo-romeo-dcm-bringup: 0.0.8-0 -> 0.0.9-0
 * ros-indigo-romeo-dcm-control: 0.0.8-0 -> 0.0.9-0
 * ros-indigo-romeo-dcm-driver: 0.0.8-0 -> 0.0.9-0
 * ros-indigo-romeo-dcm-msgs: 0.0.8-0 -> 0.0.9-0
 * ros-indigo-romeo-description: 0.0.8-0 -> 0.0.9-0
 * ros-indigo-romeo-moveit-config: 0.2.1-0 -> 0.2.2-0
 * ros-indigo-romeo-sensors: 0.0.8-0 -> 0.0.9-0
 * ros-indigo-ros-emacs-utils: 0.4.2-0 -> 0.4.3-0
 * ros-indigo-ros-web-video: 0.1.12-0 -> 0.1.13-0
 * ros-indigo-rosapi: 0.6.1-0 -> 0.6.7-0
 * ros-indigo-rosbridge-library: 0.6.1-0 -> 0.6.7-0
 * ros-indigo-rosbridge-server: 0.6.1-0 -> 0.6.7-0
 * ros-indigo-rosbridge-suite: 0.6.1-0 -> 0.6.7-0
 * ros-indigo-rosemacs: 0.4.2-0 -> 0.4.3-0
 * ros-indigo-roseus: 1.1.24-0 -> 1.1.25-0
 * ros-indigo-roseus-smach: 1.1.24-0 -> 1.1.25-0
 * ros-indigo-roslisp: 1.9.15-0 -> 1.9.17-0
 * ros-indigo-roslisp-repl: 0.4.2-0 -> 0.4.3-0
 * ros-indigo-rosprofiler: 0.1.1-0 -> 0.1.2-0
 * ros-indigo-rotate-recovery: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-action: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-bag: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-bag-plugins: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-common-plugins: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-console: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-dep: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-graph: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-image-view: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-launch: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-logger-level: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-msg: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-plot: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-publisher: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-py-common: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-py-console: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-reconfigure: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-service-caller: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-shell: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-srv: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-top: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-topic: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rqt-web: 0.3.9-0 -> 0.3.10-0
 * ros-indigo-rviz: 1.11.3-0 -> 1.11.3-1
 * ros-indigo-slime-ros: 0.4.2-0 -> 0.4.3-0
 * ros-indigo-slime-wrapper: 0.4.2-0 -> 0.4.3-0
 * ros-indigo-stereo-image-proc: 1.12.9-0 -> 1.12.10-0
 * ros-indigo-usb-cam: 0.1.9-0 -> 0.1.10-0
 * ros-indigo-voxel-grid: 1.11.11-0 -> 1.11.13-0
 * ros-indigo-warehouse-ros: 0.8.6-0 -> 0.8.8-0
 * ros-indigo-wpi-jaco: 0.0.7-0 -> 0.0.8-0
 * ros-indigo-wpi-jaco-msgs: 0.0.7-0 -> 0.0.8-0
 * ros-indigo-wpi-jaco-wrapper: 0.0.7-0 -> 0.0.8-0


Removed Packages [0]:


Thanks to all ROS maintainers who make packages available to the ROS community. The above list of packages was made possible by the work of the following maintainers:
 * AI Robotics
 * Aaron Blasdel
 * Alexander Bubeck
 * Andrei Haidu
 * Carnegie Robotics
 * Chris Burbridge
 * Chris Zalidis
 * Dan Brooks
 * Dan Lazewatsky
 * David Gossow
 * David Kent
 * David V. Lu!!
 * Dirk Thomas
 * Dorian Scholz
 * Ferenc Balint-Benczedi
 * G.A. vd. Hoorn
 * Gayane Kazhoyan
 * Georg Bartels
 * Georg Heppner
 * Ha Dang
 * Hamdi Sahloul
 * Ioan Sucan
 * Isaac Isao Saito
 * Isaac Saito
 * Jan Winkler
 * Jim Rothrock
 * Johannes Meyer
 * KazutoMurase
 * Kei Okada
 * Manos Tsardoulias
 * Marc Hanheide
 * Michael Ferguson
 * Mikael Arguedas
 * Nick Hawes
 * Pep Lluis Negre
 * Russell Toris
 * Ryohei Ueda
 * Scott K Logan
 * Shohei Fujii
 * TODO
 * Takuya Nakaoka
 * Tom Moore
 * Vincent Rabaud
 * Vladimir Ermakov
 * Yohei Kakiuchi
 * Yuki Furuta
 * Yusuke Furuta
 * ferenc
 * ferko
 * jworch
 * k-okada
 * mikael arguedas
 * v01d
<div><div dir="ltr">Hi Everyone,&nbsp;<div><br></div>
<div>We have an update for ROS Indigo packages today. 57 new packages and 118 updated packages have been released. The full details are below.&nbsp;</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Thanks to all the maintainers who made this possible.&nbsp;</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Your ROS Release Team</div>
<div><br></div>
<div><br></div>
<div>
<div>Updates to indigo</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Added Packages [57]:</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-bayesian-belief-networks: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-crsm-slam: 1.0.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-data-vis-msgs: 0.0.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-designator-integration-msgs: 0.0.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-dna-extraction-msgs: 0.0.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-downward: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-dynamic-tf-publisher: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-ff: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-ffha: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-grasp-stability-msgs: 0.0.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-hrpsys: 315.2.8-1</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-iai-common-msgs: 0.0.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-iai-content-msgs: 0.0.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-iai-kinematics-msgs: 0.0.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-iai-robosherlock-actions: 0.0.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-image-view2: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-jsk-common: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-jsk-footstep-msgs: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-jsk-gui-msgs: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-jsk-hark-msgs: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-jsk-network-tools: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-jsk-tools: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-jsk-topic-tools: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-keyboard: 0.1.1-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-libsiftfast: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-mln-robosherlock-msgs: 0.0.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-multi-map-server: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-multisense-description: 3.3.2-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-multisense-lib: 3.3.2-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-nao-control: 0.0.1-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-nao-gazebo-plugin: 0.0.1-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-openhrp3: 3.1.7-9</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-openrtm-aist-python: 1.1.0-5</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-opt-camera: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-posedetection-msgs: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rail-pick-and-place: 0.0.1-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rail-pick-and-place-msgs: 0.0.1-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rospatlite: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rosping: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rostwitter: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-graphprofiler: 0.1.2-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-saphari-msgs: 0.0.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-scanning-table-msgs: 0.0.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-schunk-svh-driver: 0.1.5-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-sherlock-sim-msgs: 0.0.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-sklearn: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-speech-recognition-msgs: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-stdr-gui: 0.2.0-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-stdr-launchers: 0.2.0-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-stdr-msgs: 0.2.0-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-stdr-parser: 0.2.0-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-stdr-resources: 0.2.0-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-stdr-robot: 0.2.0-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-stdr-samples: 0.2.0-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-stdr-server: 0.2.0-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-stdr-simulator: 0.2.0-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-voice-text: 1.0.49-0</div>
<div><br></div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Updated Packages [118]:</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-ackermann-vehicle: 0.1.0-0 -&gt; 0.1.1-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-ackermann-vehicle-description: 0.1.0-0 -&gt; 0.1.1-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-ackermann-vehicle-gazebo: 0.1.0-0 -&gt; 0.1.1-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-amcl: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-ar-sys: 1.0.3-0 -&gt; 1.0.4-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-base-local-planner: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-bride: 0.3.3-0 -&gt; 0.3.3-1</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-bride-compilers: 0.3.3-0 -&gt; 0.3.3-1</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-bride-plugin-source: 0.3.3-0 -&gt; 0.3.3-1</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-bride-templates: 0.3.3-0 -&gt; 0.3.3-1</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-bride-tutorials: 0.3.3-0 -&gt; 0.3.3-1</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-camera-calibration: 1.12.9-0 -&gt; 1.12.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-carl-bot: 0.0.7-0 -&gt; 0.0.9-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-carl-bringup: 0.0.7-0 -&gt; 0.0.9-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-carl-demos: 0.0.1-0 -&gt; 0.0.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-carl-description: 0.0.7-0 -&gt; 0.0.9-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-carl-dynamixel: 0.0.7-0 -&gt; 0.0.9-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-carl-interactive-manipulation: 0.0.7-0 -&gt; 0.0.9-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-carl-navigation: 0.0.5-0 -&gt; 0.0.7-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-carl-teleop: 0.0.7-0 -&gt; 0.0.9-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-carrot-planner: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-clear-costmap-recovery: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-costmap-2d: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-depth-image-proc: 1.12.9-0 -&gt; 1.12.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-dwa-local-planner: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-ecto-pcl: 0.4.0-0 -&gt; 0.4.1-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-euslisp: 1.1.24-0 -&gt; 1.1.25-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-fake-localization: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-geneus: 1.1.24-0 -&gt; 1.1.25-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-genmsg: 0.5.5-0 -&gt; 0.5.6-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-global-planner: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-hector-localization: 0.1.4-0 -&gt; 0.1.5-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-hector-pose-estimation: 0.1.4-0 -&gt; 0.1.5-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-hector-pose-estimation-core: 0.1.4-0 -&gt; 0.1.5-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-image-pipeline: 1.12.9-0 -&gt; 1.12.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-image-proc: 1.12.9-0 -&gt; 1.12.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-image-rotate: 1.12.9-0 -&gt; 1.12.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-image-view: 1.12.9-0 -&gt; 1.12.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-jaco-description: 0.0.7-0 -&gt; 0.0.8-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-jaco-interaction: 0.0.7-0 -&gt; 0.0.8-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-jaco-sdk: 0.0.7-0 -&gt; 0.0.8-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-jaco-teleop: 0.0.7-0 -&gt; 0.0.8-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-jsk-roseus: 1.1.24-0 -&gt; 1.1.25-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-libfovis: 0.0.6-0 -&gt; 0.0.7-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-map-server: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-mavlink: 2014.09.22-0 -&gt; 2014.10.10-1</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-message-to-tf: 0.1.4-0 -&gt; 0.1.5-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-mongodb-log: 0.0.4-0 -&gt; 0.1.3-1</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-mongodb-store: 0.0.4-0 -&gt; 0.1.3-1</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-mongodb-store-cpp-client: 0.0.4-0 -&gt; 0.0.5-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-mongodb-store-msgs: 0.0.4-0 -&gt; 0.1.3-1</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-move-base: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-move-base-msgs: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-move-slow-and-clear: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-moveit-ikfast: 3.0.7-0 -&gt; 3.1.0-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-nao-meshes: 0.1.6-0 -&gt; 0.1.7-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-nao-moveit-config: 0.0.2-0 -&gt; 0.0.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-nav-core: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-navfn: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-navigation: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-openni2-camera: 0.2.1-0 -&gt; 0.2.2-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-openrtm-aist: 1.1.0-16 -&gt; 1.1.0-23</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rail-segmentation: 0.0.1-0 -&gt; 0.0.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-robot-localization: 2.1.4-0 -&gt; 2.1.5-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-robot-pose-ekf: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-robot-web-tools: 0.0.1-0 -&gt; 0.0.2-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-romeo-dcm-bringup: 0.0.8-0 -&gt; 0.0.9-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-romeo-dcm-control: 0.0.8-0 -&gt; 0.0.9-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-romeo-dcm-driver: 0.0.8-0 -&gt; 0.0.9-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-romeo-dcm-msgs: 0.0.8-0 -&gt; 0.0.9-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-romeo-description: 0.0.8-0 -&gt; 0.0.9-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-romeo-moveit-config: 0.2.1-0 -&gt; 0.2.2-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-romeo-sensors: 0.0.8-0 -&gt; 0.0.9-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-ros-emacs-utils: 0.4.2-0 -&gt; 0.4.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-ros-web-video: 0.1.12-0 -&gt; 0.1.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rosapi: 0.6.1-0 -&gt; 0.6.7-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rosbridge-library: 0.6.1-0 -&gt; 0.6.7-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rosbridge-server: 0.6.1-0 -&gt; 0.6.7-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rosbridge-suite: 0.6.1-0 -&gt; 0.6.7-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rosemacs: 0.4.2-0 -&gt; 0.4.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-roseus: 1.1.24-0 -&gt; 1.1.25-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-roseus-smach: 1.1.24-0 -&gt; 1.1.25-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-roslisp: 1.9.15-0 -&gt; 1.9.17-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-roslisp-repl: 0.4.2-0 -&gt; 0.4.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rosprofiler: 0.1.1-0 -&gt; 0.1.2-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rotate-recovery: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-action: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-bag: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-bag-plugins: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-common-plugins: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-console: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-dep: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-graph: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-image-view: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-launch: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-logger-level: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-msg: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-plot: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-publisher: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-py-common: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-py-console: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-reconfigure: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-service-caller: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-shell: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-srv: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-top: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-topic: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rqt-web: 0.3.9-0 -&gt; 0.3.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-rviz: 1.11.3-0 -&gt; 1.11.3-1</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-slime-ros: 0.4.2-0 -&gt; 0.4.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-slime-wrapper: 0.4.2-0 -&gt; 0.4.3-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-stereo-image-proc: 1.12.9-0 -&gt; 1.12.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-usb-cam: 0.1.9-0 -&gt; 0.1.10-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-voxel-grid: 1.11.11-0 -&gt; 1.11.13-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-warehouse-ros: 0.8.6-0 -&gt; 0.8.8-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-wpi-jaco: 0.0.7-0 -&gt; 0.0.8-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-wpi-jaco-msgs: 0.0.7-0 -&gt; 0.0.8-0</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ros-indigo-wpi-jaco-wrapper: 0.0.7-0 -&gt; 0.0.8-0</div>
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<div>Removed Packages [0]:</div>
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<div><br></div>
<div>Thanks to all ROS maintainers who make packages available to the ROS community. The above list of packages was made possible by the work of the following maintainers:</div>
<div>&nbsp;* AI Robotics</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Aaron Blasdel</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Alexander Bubeck</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Andrei Haidu</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Carnegie Robotics</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Chris Burbridge</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Chris Zalidis</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Dan Brooks</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Dan Lazewatsky</div>
<div>&nbsp;* David Gossow</div>
<div>&nbsp;* David Kent</div>
<div>&nbsp;* David V. Lu!!</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Dirk Thomas</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Dorian Scholz</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Ferenc Balint-Benczedi</div>
<div>&nbsp;* G.A. vd. Hoorn</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Gayane Kazhoyan</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Georg Bartels</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Georg Heppner</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Ha Dang</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Hamdi Sahloul</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Ioan Sucan</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Isaac Isao Saito</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Isaac Saito</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Jan Winkler</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Jim Rothrock</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Johannes Meyer</div>
<div>&nbsp;* KazutoMurase</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Kei Okada</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Manos Tsardoulias</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Marc Hanheide</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Michael Ferguson</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Mikael Arguedas</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Nick Hawes</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Pep Lluis Negre</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Russell Toris</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Ryohei Ueda</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Scott K Logan</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Shohei Fujii</div>
<div>&nbsp;* TODO</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Takuya Nakaoka</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Tom Moore</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Vincent Rabaud</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Vladimir Ermakov</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Yohei Kakiuchi</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Yuki Furuta</div>
<div>&nbsp;* Yusuke Furuta</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ferenc</div>
<div>&nbsp;* ferko</div>
<div>&nbsp;* jworch</div>
<div>&nbsp;* k-okada</div>
<div>&nbsp;* mikael arguedas</div>
<div>&nbsp;* v01d</div>
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Vincent Rabaud | 27 Oct 23:54 2014
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Aldebaran's NAO support for MoveIt!, Gazebo and more

Hi all,

after a few months of work from the community and Aldebaran, we are pleased to provide new functionalities for NAO and Romeo, placing them among the top supported robots out there in ROS.

- up-to-date URDFs with extra sensors (bumpers, cameras, sonars ...)
- official Aldebaran meshes
- support for all sensors through the NAOqi/ROS bridge
- rQt dashboard
- support for MoveIt!
- support for Gazebo (not for Romeo yet but soon !)
- improvements for onboard running of ROS
- wiki improvements

And don't forget the SIG for up-to-date news:
https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/ros-sig-aldebaran

Just install ros-indigo-nao-* or ros-indigo-romeo-* and enjoy ! (there is also Hydro support).
<div><div dir="ltr">Hi all,<br><br>after
 a few months of work from the community and Aldebaran, we are pleased 
to provide new functionalities for NAO and Romeo, placing them among the
 top supported robots out there in ROS.<br><br>- up-to-date URDFs with extra sensors (bumpers, cameras, sonars ...)<br><div>- official Aldebaran meshes<br>- support for all sensors through the NAOqi/ROS bridge<br>
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<div>- rQt <a href="http://wiki.ros.org/nao_dashboard" target="_blank">dashboard</a><br>
</div>
<div>- support for <a href="https://github.com/ros-nao/nao_moveit_config/blob/master/tuto/tuto_moveit.rst" target="_blank">MoveIt! </a><br>
</div>
<div>- support for <a href="https://github.com/ros-nao/nao_virtual/blob/master/nao_gazebo_plugin/README.rst" target="_blank">Gazebo</a> (not for Romeo yet but soon !)<br>
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<div>- <a href="http://wiki.ros.org/nao/Installation" target="_blank">improvements</a> for onboard running of ROS<br>
</div>
<div>- <a href="http://wiki.ros.org/nao" target="_blank">wiki</a> improvements<br>
</div>
<div>
<br>And don't forget the SIG for up-to-date news:<br><a href="https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#%21forum/ros-sig-aldebaran" target="_blank">https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/ros-sig-aldebaran</a><br><br>
</div>Just install ros-indigo-nao-* or ros-indigo-romeo-* and enjoy ! (there is also Hydro support).</div></div>
Chris Jones | 27 Oct 06:56 2014

Looking for ROS programmer

We're looking for a ROS programmer to work on our boxing robot. If you're available for work send me a direct email.

Thanks! 

--
Chris Jones
Overthrow Robotics
310-400-0256

<div><div dir="ltr">We're looking for a ROS programmer to work on our boxing robot. If you're available for work send me a direct email.<div><br></div>
<div>Thanks!&nbsp;<br clear="all"><div><br></div>-- <br><div dir="ltr">Chris Jones<div>Overthrow Robotics</div>
<div><a href="mailto:chris.jones@..." target="_blank">chris.jones <at> overthrowrobotics.com</a></div>
<div><span class="gc-cs-link" title="Call with Google Voice">310-400-0256</span></div>
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Nick Hawes | 24 Oct 21:04 2014
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Re: New packages: mongodb_store


> On 24 Oct 2014, at 13:00, ros-users-request@... wrote:
> 
> That looks interesting. Can you say something about the overlap with and
> difference to our mongodb-log [1] tool (available for ROS)? It actually
> seems as if the two could be combined nicel

Sorry, I planned to be more explicit on this in my original mail, but clearly forgot. We actually forked
mongodb-log into our repo and have integrated it with our message persistence code. The changes make it
easier to recreate publishable messages from the database and also perform additional queries. This
also introduces a dependency on mongodb-store, which is why we made the fork. 

https://github.com/strands-project/mongodb_store/tree/hydro-devel/mongodb_log

Mongod-log therefore provides the rosbag record functionality described in my original mail and was
released along with the other packages, with you as author and under your original license. 

If you want to chat about this, just drop me a mail. 

cheers,

--

-- 
Dr. Nick Hawes

Senior Lecturer, School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham
www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~nah || +44 121 414 3739 || skype: nickhawes
Nick Hawes | 23 Oct 15:23 2014
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New packages: mongodb_store

I would like to announce the release of a new suite of tools to enable the persistent storage, analysis and
retrieval of ROS messages in a MongoDB database. 

The mongodb_store package:

http://wiki.ros.org/mongodb_store

… provides nodes to store arbitrary ROS messages in a MongoDB database, query the database and retrieve
messages, with helper classes in C++ and Python
(http://wiki.ros.org/mongodb_store#Message_Persistence:_message_store_node.py). Nodes are
also available to provide rosbag-like functionality using the same db format
(http://wiki.ros.org/mongodb_store#Logging_of_Topics:_mongodb_log) and also parameter
persistence across system runs
(http://wiki.ros.org/mongodb_store#Parameter_persistence:_config_manager.py). 

Packages are available on Ubuntu for Indigo and Hydro, e.g.

ros-indigo-mongodb-log - The mongodb_log package
ros-indigo-mongodb-store - A package to support MongoDB-based storage and analysis for data from a ROS
system, eg. saved messages, configurations etc
ros-indigo-mongodb-store-msgs - The mongodb_store_msgs package

These tools were developed by the STRANDS project (http://strands-project.eu) to support the
development, debugging and runtime introspection of long-term autonomous mobile robots, but we hope
they will be useful to the ROS community more generally.

In the near future we plan to release tools for serving maps from mongodb_store (see
https://github.com/strands-project/strands_navigation/tree/hydro-devel/message_store_map_switcher)
and for logging streams of RGB-D data in a compressed format (using
https://github.com/strands-project/data_compression). 

Note that there is an overlap in functionality between these tools and warehouse-ros. We developed our own
solution as the existing packages appeared to be unsupported and special-purpose, but as this appears to
be changing, we may want to look at combining these two packages. 

For feedback, pull requests, feature requests  and bug reports please go to: https://github.com/strands-project/mongodb_store/issues

cheers,

--

-- 
Dr. Nick Hawes

Senior Lecturer, School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham
www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~nah || +44 121 414 3739 || skype: nickhawes

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Michael Ferguson | 22 Oct 23:45 2014

Software Engineering Positions at FYS Systems

FYS Systems is looking for software engineers with broad experience on real robot platforms and a deep background in one or more of the following areas: navigation, motion planning, robot perception, human-robot interfaces. We have multiple openings, for both junior and senior-level engineers, with both immediate start dates and throughout early 2015.

Required Skills:
 * BS or MS in Computer Science, Robotics, or a related field.
 * 1+ year of software engineering experience, or extensive software engineering experience in undergraduate or graduate program.
 * Experience with C++ and/or Python in a Linux Environment.
 * Experience in robot navigation, motion planning, perception, or human-robot interfaces.
 * Experience with Robot Operating System (ROS).

Nice To Haves:
 * Experience with MoveIt, SBPL and/or OMPL.
 * Experience with OpenCV or PCL.
 * Experience with web development.
 * Experience with CMake.

To apply, please visit: https://fyssystems.has-jobs.com/Software_Engineer_Sunnyvale/32999/0
<div><div dir="ltr"><div>FYS Systems is looking for software engineers with broad experience on real robot platforms and a deep background in one or more of the following areas: navigation, motion planning, robot perception, human-robot interfaces. We have multiple openings, for both junior and senior-level engineers, with both immediate start dates and throughout early 2015.<br><br>Required Skills:<br>&nbsp;* BS or MS in Computer Science, Robotics, or a related field.<br>&nbsp;* 1+ year of software engineering experience, or extensive software engineering experience in undergraduate or graduate program.<br>&nbsp;* Experience with C++ and/or Python in a Linux Environment.<br>&nbsp;* Experience in robot navigation, motion planning, perception, or human-robot interfaces.<br>&nbsp;* Experience with Robot Operating System (ROS).<br><br>Nice To Haves:<br>&nbsp;* Experience with MoveIt, SBPL and/or OMPL.<br>&nbsp;* Experience with OpenCV or PCL.<br>&nbsp;* Experience with web development.<br>&nbsp;* Experience with CMake.<br><br>To apply, please visit: <a href="https://fyssystems.has-jobs.com/Software_Engineer_Sunnyvale/32999/0">https://fyssystems.has-jobs.com/Software_Engineer_Sunnyvale/32999/0</a><br>
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Linas Vepstas | 22 Oct 19:04 2014
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Anyone going to the GSOC 2014 Mentor Summit?

Is anyone here going to the GSOC 2014 Mentor Summit, coming up in just a few days?  I'd like to meet up ... 

-- Linas
<div><div dir="ltr">Is anyone here going to the GSOC 2014 Mentor Summit, coming up in just a few days?&nbsp; I'd like to meet up ...&nbsp;<div><br></div>
<div>-- Linas</div>
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Anis Koubaa (COINS | 22 Oct 11:31 2014

Interest and proposal intention survey for a ROS Handbook

Hello ROS users community,

I am coordinating with Springer publisher to edit a handbook on Robot Operating System. 
There are only a few books on ROS http://wiki.ros.org/Books which mainly represent a brief introduction to ROS and a few basic applications. This does not translate the huge amount of work being done in the community and I feel the need to have a complete reference on the topic. 

The prospective handbook will cover ROS from foundations and basics to advanced research works from both academia and industry. Tutorials and research papers will both be sought. The book should cover several robotics areas including but not limited to robot navigation, UAVs, arm manipulation, multi-robot communication protocols, Web and mobile interfaces using ROS, integration of new robotic platform to ROS, computer vision applications, development of service robots using ROS, development of new libraries and packages for ROS, etc. Every book chapter should be accompanied with a working code to be put later in a common repository for the readers.

To express your interest to the handbook and your intention of a chapter proposal, I would like to invite you fill in the following form. The proposed chapters are just  considered as an initial expression of interest and will be included in the handbook proposal. It does not mean any kind of commitment for the author at this stage. An official call for chapters with instructions and deadline will be announced soon. 

Thank you and look forward to receive your feedback
Anis

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Associate Professor, Prince Sultan University, Saudi Arabia
Research Associate, CISTER Research Unit, Portugal 
http://www.dei.isep.ipp.pt/~akoubaa/
http://www.iroboapp.org
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<div>Hello ROS users community,</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>I am coordinating with Springer publisher to edit a handbook on Robot Operating System.&nbsp;</div>
<div>There are only a few books on ROS&nbsp;<a href="http://wiki.ros.org/Books">http://wiki.ros.org/Books</a>&nbsp;which mainly represent a brief introduction to ROS and a few basic applications. This does not translate the huge amount of work being done in the community and I feel the need to have a complete reference on the topic.&nbsp;</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>The prospective handbook will cover ROS from foundations and basics to advanced research works from both academia and industry. Tutorials and research papers will both be sought. The book should cover several robotics areas including but not limited to robot navigation, UAVs, arm manipulation, multi-robot communication protocols, Web and mobile interfaces using ROS, integration of new robotic platform to ROS, computer vision applications, development of service robots using ROS, development of new libraries and packages for ROS, etc. Every book chapter should be accompanied with a working code to be put later in a common repository for the readers.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>To express your interest to the handbook and your intention of a chapter proposal, I would like to invite you fill in the <a href="https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1JD78gka1rtotjGhBre-UJcm7QogQWUeURjvx4X028vw/viewform">following form</a>.&nbsp;The proposed chapters are&nbsp;just &nbsp;considered as an initial expression of interest and will be included in the handbook proposal. It does not mean any kind of commitment for the author at this stage. An official call for chapters with instructions and deadline will be announced soon.&nbsp;</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Thank you and look forward to receive your feedback</div>
<div>Anis</div>
<div><br></div>
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<div>Associate Professor,&nbsp;Prince Sultan University, Saudi Arabia</div>
<div>Research Associate, CISTER Research Unit, Portugal&nbsp;</div>
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<span>http://w</span><span>ww.dei.isep.ipp.pt/~akoubaa/</span>
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<div><span>http://www.iroboapp.org</span></div>
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Yanzhen Wang | 20 Oct 07:33 2014
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"Getting Started"-like documentation of LibEDM (a machine learning library)

Hi all,

Following our previous post (http://lists.ros.org/lurker/message/20140918.082108.a9bffe51.en.html) and the feedback we received, we created a "Getting Started"-like documentation for the LibEDM library, which is an open source machine learning library written in C++. You can find the documentation here:
http://micros.nudt.edu.cn/ros/forums/5/memos/409
We hope it can let you have a taste of LibEDM.

And the library itself can be obtained from either GitHub (https://github.com/Qiangli-Zhao/LibEDM) or the link below.
http://micros.nudt.edu.cn/ros/attachments/download/6456/LibEDM.tar.gz

We would be very grateful if you can try it out and let us know your opinions.

Best regards,
Yanzhen
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<div><div dir="ltr">Hi all,<br><br>Following our previous post (<a href="http://lists.ros.org/lurker/message/20140918.082108.a9bffe51.en.html">http://lists.ros.org/lurker/message/20140918.082108.a9bffe51.en.html</a>) and the feedback we received, we created a "Getting Started"-like documentation for the LibEDM library, which is an open source machine learning library written in C++. You can find the documentation here:<br><a href="http://micros.nudt.edu.cn/ros/forums/5/memos/409" target="_blank">http://micros.nudt.edu.cn/ros/forums/5/memos/409</a><br>We hope it can let you have a taste of LibEDM.<br><br>And the library itself can be obtained from either GitHub (<a href="https://github.com/Qiangli-Zhao/LibEDM%22%3E%3Ca%20href=%27%3Ca%20href=%27https://github.com/Qiangli-Zhao/LibEDM">https://github.com/Qiangli-Zhao/LibEDM</a>) or the link below.<br><a href="http://micros.nudt.edu.cn/ros/attachments/download/6456/LibEDM.tar.gz" target="_blank">http://micros.nudt.edu.cn/ros/attachments/download/6456/LibEDM.tar.gz</a><br><br>We would be very grateful if you can try it out and let us know your opinions.<br><br>Best regards,<div>Yanzhen</div>
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