[ros-users] Software Status Reporting and Custom Builds

Adolfo Rodríguez Tsouroukdissian adolfo.rodriguez at pal-robotics.com
Fri Sep 6 07:50:05 UTC 2013

On Fri, Sep 6, 2013 at 4:59 AM, Thomas Moulard <thomas.moulard at gmail.com>wrote:

> On Fri, Sep 6, 2013 at 11:29 AM, Edwards, Shaun M. <sedwards at swri.org>
> wrote:
> > Looks like the discussion has died down.  I agree with Adolfo's changes
> and
> > will incorporate them.  Unfortunately, I didn't hear an overwhelming
> > response that the entire ROS community would find the status reporting
> > useful.  I had hoped to incorporate the status symbols into the broader
> > wiki, instead of the "Industrial" sub pages.  For now I will leave the
> > status descriptions where they are and mark the ROS-Industrial specific
> > packages appropriately.  Maybe over time we will see if others choose to
> use
> > them.
> Sorry, I am arriving a bit late but so far the easiest way I found to
> validate the projects
> I maintain is through GitHub+Travis.
> By putting a badge in your root README.md file, it becomes easy to see
> if the stack
> is working fine or not:
> https://github.com/laas/vision_visp
> (change the branch to fuerte or groovy to see release per release status)
> You can have different .travis.yml file on different branches so that
> you can check
> for all currently maintained ROS versions.
> The killer feature compared to the usual buildfarm is that it
> annotated automatically
> pull requests with the CI status so that you can see if you can merge
> the pull request
> safely or not.

Great that you bring this up Thomas. Another tool that I've seen you're
using is coveralls <https://coveralls.io>, which adds much needed
visibility to coverage information (free for open source projects).

> As for the CLA, I am currently using on another project the one from
> the Canonical
> Harmony project:
> http://www.harmonyagreemeI'm junts.org/<http://www.harmonyagreements.org/>
> ...and I keep the signature on echosign:
> https://www.echosign.adobe.com/en/home.html
> See the CONTRIBUTING.md of this project for instance:
> https://github.com/roboptim/roboptim-core/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md

I wasn't familiar with CLAs until this thread. It's good to start raising
awareness on these things.



> Best,
> --
> Thomas Moulard
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