/*Tim Niemueller <tim(a)niemueller.de>*/ wrote on 01/12/2011 11:54:40 PM
On 12.01.2011 21:11, Rich Mattes wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 2:37 PM, Tim Niemueller<tim(a)niemueller.de> wrote:
>> Hi Fedora robotics people.
>> Our Robotics Suite feature has been accepted. Thanks to everybody, in
>> particular to Rich and Hedayat.
Happy to hear that :)
>> I will setup the Fawkes demo repository tomorrow to start the
>> should have a meeting again and discuss the next steps. What about next
>> Tuesday, Jan 18 at 14:00 UTC?
Looks good. If possible, I would prefer
Monday (or even Sunday), but I
think I can attend Tuesday too.
>> Rich, do you know the process of getting the comps group to
>> tagging packages for the group? Can someone contact the arts group for
>> icons and other artwork that is required? I'll focus on the demo then.
> I did find out the process for adding a comps group, I will compile a
> package list for the Robotics Suite comps group and commit it to our github
> project. Before we contact the art people, I think we should narrow down
> what we want done. So far I see that we need:
> * Logo for the Robotics Suite
> * Banner for Robotics Suite to be used on our webpages
> * Icons for Player utilities and Stage (I'd like these, but they're not
> essential to the robotics suite effort)
I think we need icons for Anaconda and stuff.
Yes, if we'd like to bring a
special look we need that too :).
If the list is final, I can contact arts group.
About the comps group, apparently the only requirement was what Rich has
already done: mailing to -devel list! We could probably go ahead and add
it to rawhide's comps.xml and wait to see if anybody objects! :P
BTW, which category we want to put our group in? Applications?
Development? Or maybe a new category just for this? (Not far from the
reality since there is already a "Content" category containing a single
group (currently) named Books).
And what is the group name? Robotics? :P (just to make sure!)
> Once we narrow this list down, I will file a ticket and follow
> you keep your demo work on github, I will try to jump in and help you. The
> fedora-robotics-spin project is as good a place as any to get all of this
I'll setup a fawkesrobotics.org
repository, makes things easier on my
side. I have added your pubkeys earlier already so you will have full
access there as well.
Thanks, I'll try to help as much as I can too.