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Rahul Katiyar
@rahulkatiyar19955
@kushagra414 I copy the contents of the folder into rcmanager folder, now the previous error is resolved, but because of the QNetworkGraph which is also written in Python2, a lot of errors are coming. Trying to resolve all errors one by one.
Shikhar Goswami
@shikhargoswami
@rahulkatiyar19955 what kind of errors you’re facing now?
Rahul Katiyar
@rahulkatiyar19955

@Goshikhar23
robocomp/tools/rcmanager/widgets/QNetworkxGraph/QNetworkxGraph.py", line 890, in QNetworkxWidget
node_selection_changed = Signal(list)
NameError: name 'Signal' is not defined

Is there anyone who successfully run the rcmanager using python3 and pyqt5?

Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
Hello @rahulkatiyar19955
I would try to run rcmanagerSimple instead of rcmanager.
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
rcmanager is a work in progress project with little to non attention from developers these days. I hope it gets updated to python3 and pyside2 soon but it's not going to be right now. If rcmanagerSimple works go with it.
GARV TAMBI
@GarvTambi
In Tutorial: A Brief Introduction to Components
what if this link is not responding: https://github.com/GarvTambi/robocomp/blob/development/doc/www.zeroc.com
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
Thank you @GarvTambi. Fixed.
Kanav Gupta
@Kanav-7

I tried running the face identification component but recieved the following error:
Couldn't load FaceIdentification

While trying to debug the error, I found out that .ice and idsl files are missing for this component. Can anyone help me with this?

Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
@Kanav-7 I think it's fixed. Thank you.
Update your fork
Akash Kumar Singh
@ksakash
Hey @ljmanso , I am working on my proposal for "python bindings for the innermodel lib" and I wanted to ask if there was any specific reason why you choose boost.python for exposing innermodel.h to python, like any C++ features that is not supported in other binding libs?
GARV TAMBI
@GarvTambi

A line written in the tutorial - The source space (a folder that is inside workspace) contains the source code of all the components in the workspace.

but I don't find any folder named as workspace

Kushagra Shekhawat
@kushagra414
The workspace folder is the robocomp folder and the source space is the src folder
GARV TAMBI
@GarvTambi
@kushagra414 what if, I don't have in my robocomp folder..
Kushagra Shekhawat
@kushagra414
If you have installed the robocomp. You can find it under /opt/robocomp
GARV TAMBI
@GarvTambi
@kushagra414 If it is missing ...So should I need to install it again in my system or any other alternatives...
Shikhar Goswami
@shikhargoswami
@GarvTambi you might have cloned it with a different name.
Check in which folder you have cloned the robocomp repo
Kushagra Shekhawat
@kushagra414
@GarvTambi You installed robocomp right? If you did it should be present.
GARV TAMBI
@GarvTambi
@Goshikhar23 I clone it with named robocomp itself
@kushagra414 I installed it and search workspace so there are only two files i.e. workspace.md and workspace.py but no folder named as workspace
Shikhar Goswami
@shikhargoswami
@GarvTambi workspace is as such not a folder in itself, you can think of it as a label. The actual directory is robocomp in which all subdirectories exist.
Kushagra Shekhawat
@kushagra414
@GarvTambi Checkout this video It will clear your doubts.
Tript
@TriptSharma
Are there any updates regarding ideas "Human-robot dialogue and collaboration for social navigation" and "Human recognition (identification) using multi-modal perception system"
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
Hello @TriptSharma, have you tried to ask the mentors of those ideas?
GARV TAMBI
@GarvTambi
@kushagra414 @Goshikhar23 Thanks!!
Abhishek Patoliya
@AMP4323
Hello, I have question regarding a project Hand gesture recognition.
Is there anyone from mentors who can have a converstion with me?
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
Hello @AMP4323, the best way to contact Mentors is through their emails.
Tript
@TriptSharma
Hello @orensbruli thanks for the advice!
Rahul Ghangas
@rahulghangas
Anyone had success running the simulator on a virtual machine?
Abhishek Patoliya
@AMP4323
Thanks @orensbruli
Yash agarwal
@yashagarwal9
Hello everyone! I'm a 4th year undergrad from IIT Kharagpur with a strong background in Robotics. I'm willing to contribute in the project named "Development of graphical user interfaces for robot controlling and monitoring" and would be interested in discussing the PS with those who are working on the similar topic.
Kushagra Shekhawat
@kushagra414
@yashagarwal9 wecome to robocomp. You should contact the mentors of the respective project. You can find them here
Abhishek Patoliya
@AMP4323
Is there robocomp installation available for windows?
Kushagra Shekhawat
@kushagra414
No @AMP4323 it is not available for windows.
Abhishek Patoliya
@AMP4323
Thanks @kushagra414
Nivedita Rufus
@niveditarufus
@AMP4323 you can run a Linux distro as a VM in windows and install Rombocomp on that but there maybe a performance overhead.
GARV TAMBI
@GarvTambi
@AMP4323 I think having a Linux as the operating system is beneficial for you!!
Kanav Gupta
@Kanav-7
I was facing an issue while running emotion recognition component ( robocomp/robocomp-robolab#46). I have tried to resolve it and have made a PR for the same ( robocomp/robocomp-robolab#47 ). Can someone please review it?
ALLENA VENKATA SAI ABHISHEK
@avs-abhishek123
Hello everyone, I am A.V.Sai Abhishek, a Final Year undergraduate student of CSE at Vellore Institute of Technology, India. I am interested in contributing to RoboComp which I got to know through my friend who prior worked for the organization.
Abhishek Patoliya
@AMP4323
thanks @niveditarufus @GarvTambi . I am just installing ubuntu on my raspberry pi so that it can be easy for me to operate without any lack of perfomance
ALLENA VENKATA SAI ABHISHEK
@avs-abhishek123
I find the idea fascinating of developing software mention in idea no.3, "Randomly generation and storage of the graph-based world representation used in RoboComp" as I find it to have a large scale application. I have prior worked on some of the related projects I would also like to share a relatable work to the idea as my industrial experience, Graph Neural Network-based software to find missing components from over a physical architecture (electric towers).
Kushagra Shekhawat
@kushagra414
How can I submit my proposal?
Where do I submit the proposal?
According to gsoc timeline. Students can start submitting their proposals.
Xerous Wazler
@Vishwaak
Submittion time has not yet stated it is supposed to start march 16 18:00 UTC.
Kushagra Shekhawat
@kushagra414
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Kushagra Shekhawat
@kushagra414
I thought it would start today. Thanks
GARV TAMBI
@GarvTambi

garv@garv-Inspiron-5567:~/robocomp/components/robocomp-robolab/components/detection/apriltagsComp$ bin/apriltagscomp --Ice.Config=config
bash: bin/apriltagscomp: No such file or directory

Why i got this error??