[Ros-release] Release updates for electric (in general old ROS releases)
Florian.Weisshardt at ipa.fraunhofer.de
Tue Jul 10 11:43:53 UTC 2012
I wonder if there is a (regular) shedule for updating the pending electric or in general old ROS releases? The current state of the public electric repository is still 15th of June, which is over 4 weeks ago now. As many of us are still working on electric it would be good to be able to estimate when a new releases will be available on the public repository. E.g. more or less strict release cyle of one, two or 4 weeks for the previous ROS distribution? Maybe longer for older ROS distributions? Is there some rule which defines an End-Of-Life cycle for a ROS distribution?
Is there much manual work to do to shift the shadow-fixed repository into public? Is there something which can be done to accelerate or facilitate this process?
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