Niemueller <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on
01/12/2011 11:54:40 PM +0350:
Happy to hear that :)
On 12.01.2011 21:11, Rich Mattes wrote:
On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 2:37 PM, Tim Niemueller<email@example.com> wrote:
Hi Fedora robotics people.
Our Robotics Suite feature has been accepted. Thanks to everybody, in
particular to Rich and Hedayat.
Looks good. If possible, I would prefer Monday (or even Sunday), but
I think I can attend Tuesday too.
I will setup the Fawkes demo repository tomorrow to start the demo. We
should have a meeting again and discuss the next steps. What about next
Tuesday, Jan 18 at 14:00 UTC?
Yes, if we'd like to bring a special look we need that too :).
Rich, do you know the process of getting the comps group to start
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.
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
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!)
Thanks, I'll try to help as much as I can too.
Once we narrow this list down, I will file a ticket and follow through. If
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.