[ros-users] Navigation stack and stage

Eitan Marder-Eppstein eitan at willowgarage.com
Wed Jul 14 17:21:38 UTC 2010


I'm sorry that you ended up using the old configuration files from
move_base_stage for so long without knowledge of the navigation_stage
package. I incorrectly assumed that since the tutorial was linked off the
navigation_stage wiki page, you were aware of its existence. Otherwise, I
would've pointed you at the new package much sooner. Although I would like
to, I'm  not sure that I have time to maintain the tutorial that you wrote.
Given that you're going to be out of touch for the next few days or months,
and the tutorial should really move to use the new configuration files, we
should probably move it to an alternate location until you are able to
handle the maintenance effort... perhaps we can link it off the deprecated
move_base_stage package wiki page?

Once we move to CTurtle, the navigation_stage package will provide a nice
example of running the navigation stack in stage, and I'll be working in the
near future to update its documentation to a level that should be sufficient
to get most people up and running quickly.

Hope all is well and that you enjoy your time off,


On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 7:10 AM, Narasimhan <narasimhan1990 at yahoo.co.in>wrote:

> Hi Eitan Marder-Eppstein it's an irony that though my tutorial comes under
> navigation_stage. i installed ros_pkg_tutorials in june and u created the
> pkg in july. so i didn't install it till now. Ur files are much more
> explanatory than the move_base_stage files. probably u can edit the
> tutorial. i won't be around for a few days/months. so u are free to edit
> the
> tutorial to keep it updated and also help others who post here for queries.
> thanks
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