[ros-users] Statistics of ROS usage
eduardo.ferrera at uni-due.de
Thu Jul 2 09:03:16 UTC 2015
Can I also kindly ask for a possible improvement of the new survey? (if
at the end are you planning to do a new one)
I have a lecture where I teach to the students how to use ROS, but I
always miss something in the initial presentation: a graph that shows
why learning ROS is important. I will suggest to maybe include the
- Which Robotic Operating system was you using before ROS?
- Why did you change to ROS? (include several options here and make the
- How important is knowing ROS for your current work (from 0 to 100%)
- How much do you use ROS in your current work? (from 0 to 100% of your
Is that possible?
Thanks in advance!
P.s: Feel free to change the questions as much as you like.
On 02.07.2015 08:32, Leopold Palomo-Avellaneda via ros-users wrote:
> El Dimecres, 1 de juliol de 2015, a les 18:48:57, Tully Foote via ros-users va
>> Hi Leopold,
>> I'm not sure which survey you're asking about. From this thread,
>> http://ros-users.122217.n3.nabble.com/ROS-Release-Timeline-td4020078.html I
>> found two survey results. I think the first one is the one you want.
>> This one covers more of the OS Versions
>> This covers more of the ROS Versions
>> Note that these were collected in the middle of 2013.
> Thanks Tully,
> that was the info that I was looking for.
> Could I ask you kindly to make another survey?
> (we are in July, now it's time ;-))
> If I could suggest, I would add some questions about the OS preferences,
> releasing cycles of ROS, install preferences source/binary, wishes about the
> packages (-dev, -dbg, some more granularity, ...)
> Best regards,
>> On Wed, Jul 1, 2015 at 8:05 AM, Jochen Sprickerhof via ros-users <
>> ros-users at lists.ros.org> wrote:
>>> Some of it is over here:
>>> Maybe Tully still has the rest?
>>> Cheers Jochen
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