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Luis J. Manso
@ljmanso
@rahulkatiyar19955 That's it, you forgot to reinstall :-) I hope it's working now as expected
Eshan Agarwal
@Eshan-Agarwal
Hello I am Eshan Agarwal, I am in 3rd year of btech from Electrical and Electronics Engineering. I am doing AI from 2 years and working on many projects. I love to work on "Human recognition (identification) using multi-modal perception system"
Aditya Aggarwal
@adityaaggarwal97
Hello @Eshan-Agarwal
Follow the following steps for the Human recognition (identification) using multi-modal perception system project
Clone the robocomp repository and implement the tutorials for creating a component.
Do a literature review of the current state of the art models for Human Reidentification.
After you have a fair idea of the topic, you can start on the first draft of your proposal.
If you have any queries, contact me.
Eshan Agarwal
@Eshan-Agarwal
@adityaaggarwal97 Okay sir thanks for your guidance. I am very excited to work with you.
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
Hello @codeboy5 , please take a look to the FAQ: https://robocomp.github.io/web/gsoc/2020/faq2020
Akash Kumar Singh
@ksakash
Hey everyone, GSoC aspirant here. I am an EE undergrad and have some experience in C++ programming and Robotics. I went through the ideas list and found the idea " 9. Python3 bindings for the InnerModel library " to be most interesting and suited for my skills. I am familiar with python binding and have kind of used two python binding libraries: pybind11 and boost. The part I am not familiar with is the unit tests. @ljmanso can you please elaborate on what kind of tests needs to be done for the python binding?
Nivedita Rufus
@niveditarufus
Hello Everyone,
I am a first-year MS-By Research student in Robotics Research Centre(RRC) under Dr K Madhava Krishna at IIIT-Hyderabad. Currently, I am a part of the Self-Driving Car project and have worked with many key issues dealing with the project. I also have a fair share of experience in working with RGBD cameras, infrared and LiDAR sensors. For the past few months, I have been working on Fast mapping and registration techniques which works well during high-speed manoeuvres where most popular methods fail. I have also worked on safe navigation amongst moving agents like pedestrians by exploiting real-time occupancy map information.
I have downloaded the Robocomp repository and gone through a few tutorials. I am particularly interested in contributing to the project of Occupancy estimation in medium to large buildings. I would really be grateful if someone can guide me regarding this project.
Arnab Sinha
@arnabsinha99
Hello everyone. I am Arnab Sinha, a Junior student at The LNMIIT, Jaipur, India. Currently, I am interested in and work in Machine Learning and Data Science. I have sufficient experience to start contributing to fantastic organizations like Robocomp. After going through the ideas list in the blog for GSoC 2020, I am interested in two of the ideas specifically, Hand gesture recognition and occupancy estimation in large buildings. I would be obliged if anyone could guide me as to how can I proceed with it.
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
Hello @niveditarufus @arnabsinha99 , please take a look to the FAQ: https://robocomp.github.io/web/gsoc/2020/faq2020
Arnab Sinha
@arnabsinha99
Sure.
Nivedita Rufus
@niveditarufus
@orensbruli Thanks for the prompt reply.
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
You are welcome.
Luis J. Manso
@ljmanso
@ksakash Hello Akash. You can read about unit testing https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unit_testing To implement unit testing in Python you can use https://docs.python.org/3/library/unittest.html
Eshan Agarwal
@Eshan-Agarwal
Hey I am installing robocamp. can we install it on windows ?
Eshan Agarwal
@Eshan-Agarwal
Is I have to use Vmware ?
Kushagra Shekhawat
@kushagra414
You can install it in VMware. Use ubuntu 18.04 lts
nagasai-iitr
@nagasai-iitr
Hey there Currently I'm willing to use Pygame in a component of robocomp but I'm having this error
-! .802 warning: deprecated property: Ice.ACM.Server
Rahul Katiyar
@rahulkatiyar19955
I am thinking of using qt3d instead of openscenegraph for the simulator. Is it advisable?
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
@nagasai-iitr as you can read, it's a warning, not an error. I guess whatever you are trying to execute would work with this warning. If it doesn't, you can tell us the Ubuntu version that you are using, and some clue of what you are trying to accomplish before you get the errors.
nagasai-iitr
@nagasai-iitr
Ya I'm having a warning apparently but I'm trying to do is modify Keyboardcontroller component. Where I'm willing to use Pygame for having the events used but when I do this I'm projected with the warning and remained frozen ( no function)
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
Sorry, I can't guess the problem you are having with the information you are providing. I think you will need to do some debug by yourself and if you have some new information to share you can come here to ask again.
nagasai-iitr
@nagasai-iitr
The current state of keyboard controller uses curses (library) for taking inputs from keyboard while I'm willing to use the Pygame library as its replacement due to its vital applications for more improvement so for the use of Pygame.
Nivedita Rufus
@niveditarufus
@Eshan-Agarwal you can run it on Windows using VMware but there will be some performance overhead i.e things may run slower than natively. Link: https://websiteforstudents.com/how-to-install-ubuntu-16-04-17-10-18-04-on-vmware-workstation-guest-machines/
Chinmay Jain
@chinmay81098
Hello everyone,
I have installed robocomp and was going through the tutorial on creating a component.After generating the template CDSL file I made the changes as mentioned in the tutorial but when I run the command to generate the Python code, CMakeLists.txt is not created with it. Can anyone explain why?
Nivedita Rufus
@niveditarufus
@chinmay81098 Please check the directory in which you are running cmake from.
gargvivek919
@gargvivek919
Hello everyone,
gargvivek919
@gargvivek919
Hello everyone, I am new to opensource. I am a 3rd year student at SNU and I am interested in computer vision. I have been working on hand tracking and detection based projects. Can someone guide me how to proceed forward.
gargvivek919
@gargvivek919
Would appreciate some reply, kindly help.
nagasai-iitr
@nagasai-iitr
@orensbruli Thank You for your reply I have sorted it out Its probably due to low version of my libraries
Rohin Garg
@gargrohin
@gargvivek919 Hi. If you are interested in getting started with deep learning for computer vision, then one way is to start solving online challenges, such as Kaggle CV competitions. Or you can pick any interesting CV (or multi-modal) problem from some workshop in CV conferences (CVPR, ICCV etc.), and try solving them on your own, with help (a lot of help initially) from existing code and literature.
Shikhar Goswami
@shikhargoswami
I am facing some issues when doing a git push robocomp-robolab.git , there are some authentication issues
I have these doubts:
  1. I forked the repo, cloned it and afterwards downloaded the components of robolab. But when I am doing a git push, there’s an authentication issue
Deepak Khatri
@lorforlinux
@Goshikhar23 you can not push to the upstream branch directly, you have to push to your branch and then create a pull request.
$ git push origin <branch name> then you'll see a create a pull request on your GitHub repo page.
Aditya Aggarwal
@adityaaggarwal97
@gargvivek919 This is a public open source channel, this type of hostile language and behavior is not allowed in this healthy space. If you're not satisfied with anyone's reply, such abusive language should not be used to dismiss them. I will definitely discuss your case with the org admins.
gargvivek919
@gargvivek919
@adityaaggarwal97 oof
I'm really sorry, was in a bad mood. But he should mind his business and not poke his nose where it isn't necessary
Abhishek Kumar
@Abhishek-Dev09

@gargvivek919 This is a public open source channel, this type of hostile language and behavior is not allowed in this healthy space. If you're not satisfied with anyone's reply, such abusive language should not be used to dismiss them. I will definitely discuss your case with the org admins.

@adityaaggarwal97 :Exactly , these people not know how to behave in community. I guaranted such person can't be Gsocer . Interaction with community is also important part of GSoC. I am also the mentor this year

Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
@gargvivek919 If what you wanted was attention from mentors and administrators of the organization, you got it.
First, this is an open channel in which people from many countries and with many different languages participate. Out of respect and for a good understanding of everyone it has been agreed that we all speak in English.
Second, because of the little I have been able to understand of your previous message, I absolutely agree with what you have already been told by @adityaaggarwal97 (who by the way is the mentor of that project you were interested in) and above all, you are wrong to think that here everyone should mind their own business. This is an open project, you have come to this channel to ask for help, and someone has invested his time in offering you what he thought could be useful to you. If it is not the answer you were looking for, specify and we will try to guide you. But perhaps reading the basic documents about participating in Robocomp for the GSoC would have saved you this situation that will surely not benefit you. If you wanted to contact a mentor, you have the list of contacts on the Ideas for GSoC 2020 page and instructions on how to proceed in the FAQ on the same page.
Eshan Agarwal
@Eshan-Agarwal
@niveditarufus thanks I dual boot and use ubuntu alongside my windows
Abhishek Kumar
@Abhishek-Dev09

@gargvivek919 If what you wanted was attention from mentors and administrators of the organization, you got it.
First, this is an open channel in which people from many countries and with many different languages participate. Out of respect and for a good understanding of everyone it has been agreed that we all speak in English.
Second, because of the little I have been able to understand of your previous message, I absolutely agree with what you have already been told by @adityaaggarwal97 (who by the way is the mentor of that project you were interested in) and above all, you are wrong to think that here everyone should mind their own business. This is an open project, you have come to this channel to ask for help, and someone has invested his time in offering you what he thought could be useful to you. If it is not the answer you were looking for, specify and we will try to guide you. But perhaps reading the basic documents about participating in Robocomp for the GSoC would have saved you this situation that will surely not benefit you. If you wanted to contact a mentor, you have the list of contacts on the Ideas for GSoC 2020 page and instructions on how to proceed in the FAQ on the same page.

@orensbruli : Wow ! Your words make @gargvivek919 that message deleted. What an effect ! Nice Keep it up

Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
Ok, let us try to go back to the Robocomp thing ;)
Chinmay Jain
@chinmay81098
@niveditarufus It's the same directory in which I have my cdsl file, for now I just created that file manually and it is working. Thanks anyways.
Xerous Wazler
@Vishwaak
Hello everyone , My name is Vishwaak Chandran and a sophomore from Amrita University ,Kerala and a deep learning enthusiastic. I have been contributing to open source since my freshman year. I have been stuck with the a problem I tied to install to install the emulator to use the keyboard as joystick . The make comand is not installing anything and also when i run the python script it says it's missing IceStrom. What are the possible solution to the problem ?
Kushagra Shekhawat
@kushagra414
You didn't install ice compiler
Xerous Wazler
@Vishwaak

You didn't install ice compiler

I have been folowing the documentation provided in the github repo . Can you point me to the step I am missing ?

Kushagra Shekhawat
@kushagra414
Try these commands
sudo apt install zeroc-ice-all-runtime