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Ashwin A Nayar
@nocoinman
While developing a component I am getting the message There is no such "robot" node in the shell continuously. Is there anyway I can list down or get info about the various nodes running in robocomp?
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
We are talking about DSR?
Varun Shrivastava
@Varun270
Hello everyone
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
Hello @Varun270
Varun Shrivastava
@Varun270
I am a beginner in open source and have fixed some documentation and typos before but have never made changes in the actual codebase. I am trying to understand robocomp repository but am a bit lost. Can you guys guide me on how can I get started in order to contribute to this repository?
I have tried understanding the issues but not able to understand what's going on?
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli

Thank you @Varun270. Have you followed the installation process for robocomp? And the tutorials?
https://github.com/robocomp/robocomp#installation
https://github.com/robocomp/robocomp/blob/development/doc/README.md

Those would be the first steps to understand Robocomp.

Bhavishya Pandit
@bhav09
Hey @Varun270, glad you joined! As a beginner, you can always start by understanding the content written in readme files. Contributors always make sure to keep it as comprehensive as possible. I can understand looking at that a codebase of RoboComp can be overwhelming so here it will be better for you to focus on one feature first and understand it. A progressive approach will always give you the best results! You can always start learning from tutorials and RoboComp has its tutorials mentioned.
Varun Shrivastava
@Varun270
@orensbruli Thanks for the guidance I will make sure to watch all the tutorials.
@bhav09 Thanks mate for your concern I will keep that in mind.
GARV TAMBI
@GarvTambi

Hello everyone
I want to share delightful news with you that I got selected in the Google Summer of Code 2021(GSoC'21).

Thank You
Regards
Garv Tambi

Trung Ngo
@rongtuech

Hi everyone and @GarvTambi ,
I am selected into GSoC 2021 too. Hope we will have a good summer.

Have a nice day,
Trung Ngo

Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli
Congratulations!
Vaibhaw Khemka
@vaibhawkhemka

Hi everyone and @GarvTambi ,
I am selected into GSoC 2021 too. Hope we will have a good summer.

Have a nice day,
Trung Ngo

Congratulations to everyone. And looking forward to learn a lot in this summer.

Bhavishya Pandit
@bhav09
Congratulations guys! I am sure RoboComp has got the best of the contributors and the growth in the development that we all will observe this summer would be sky rocketing! 🚀
Pawan Wadhwani
@pawanw17
Congratulations to everyone selected! Let's have a great summer coding some really cool stuff!
Kunal Mahatha
@kunal-mahatha
hello everyone I am new to opensource and robocomp. So can anyone suggest me how to familiarise with the framework.
Bhavishya Pandit
@bhav09
Hey, Kunal you can start by reading the readme of the repos of RoboComp. They are well written and would also redirect you to the tutorials and installation of RoboComp.
This is RoboComp's official Github Handle: https://github.com/robocomp
Fernando Martin
@fernan12345
Hi, i am trying to compile AGM for my project and i am getting the following error: fatal error: osgQt/GraphicsWindowQt: No existe el archivo o el directorio
7 | #include <osgQt/GraphicsWindowQt>
| ^~~~~~~~
compilation terminated.
After some research i realize than now the libraries have changed from osgQt/GraphicsWindowQt to another name after a QT update. I was told that maybe people that works with the Robocomp main core could help me with this problem. Any advice?
Fernando Martin
@fernan12345
I already solved the problem download an old version of osgQT from here https://github.com/smhi/osgQt/tree/master/include/osgQt
Trung Ngo
@rongtuech
Hi all, do you get any problems when import default components and generate code py robocompdsl for cdsl for python.
I got the problems,
NameError: name 'RCPortChecker' is not defined
can not import rcportchecker lib
Trung Ngo
@rongtuech
I find out that in file /usr/local/bin/robocompdsl.py , line 16
sys.path.append('/opt/robocomp/python/robocompdsl/')
can not import rcportchecker lib. Therefore, if add line:
sys.path.append('/opt/robocomp/python/')
There error will over.
Shayari Bhattacharjee
@shayari21
Hello Everyone, I am interested to apply for GSOC 2022 and i'm new to Open Source Society. I'm presently doing my masters in Saarland University and look for someone to mentor me. Please contact me on shayarib211196@gmail.com. I look forward to hearing from you.
harshmahesheka
@harshmahesheka
I am also interested to apply in GSOC 2022 can someone guide me with basic steps, you can contact me here or on harsh.mahesheka.eee20@iitbhu.ac.in.Thanking in advance
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ann-lang
@ann-lang

Hello,
I am an assistant professor at Beihang University. Our team is doing a study about GSoC mentors, aiming to understand the motivations, challenges, strategies, and gains of GSoC mentors. To this end, we designed a questionnaire. We sincerely invite GSoC mentors to participate in this survey. Your feedback is very important for us.

Questionnaire link: https://forms.gle/rgAWwmrvrCb5XdAq9

If you are interested in this study, welcome to join our follow-up interview! Thank you very much!

Sincerely,

Xin Tan

Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli

Hello Everyone, I am interested to apply for GSOC 2022 and i'm new to Open Source Society. I'm presently doing my masters in Saarland University and look for someone to mentor me. Please contact me on shayarib211196@gmail.com. I look forward to hearing from you.

Have you looked into the robocomp repository? It's the best place to start. If you have any question come back and let us know. Best.

Azhrdev
@Azhrdev
Hello,
I'm Sk Azhar Uddin currently doing my Bachelor of Science with Computer Science as my major. I'm stuck getting started could someone please guide me. Just want to make some open source contributions and be a part of the community.
parthnavale
@parthnavale
how to install robocomp on windows
??
does it support windows
Bhavishya Pandit
@bhav09

does it support windows

No as of now, it doesn't. It supports Ubuntu which you can operate on VM :)