Having spent a couple of weeks playing with ROS on and off and getting robot vision, speech and a couple of other robot basics working a basic thought struck me.
Why don’t I look at the basic robots provided by ROS and see if it’s easier to reverse engineer them?
This evening the Great Ashby Community Centre Management Association (the charity of which I am a trustee and treasurer) had a meeting with Sara the CIC Regulator to discuss with us whether we should set up a CIC as part of our extension to the Community Centre.
This post is a bit of a memory dump after the meeting whilst it’s still fresh. Not all of the points have been validated/or referenced, so I may follow up when I know more.
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Tagged Charity, cic
After a while of being completely absorbed in my (paid) work for the last six months or so, I’ve decided to kick back and revisit some old projects.
Before I get started I thought I ought to refresh my CI setup.