[Ros-talk] My docs, next ones
neoneye at adslhome.dk
Wed Dec 24 11:59:56 EST 2003
On Wed, 2003-12-24 at 01:40, Shasckaw wrote:
> Simon Strandgaard wrote:
> >On Tue, 2003-12-23 at 23:58, Shasckaw wrote:
> >>Here are my last docs:
> >Looking at the "Autonomy" slides:
> I forget to tell that best is to look at all docs before commenting,
> because it is a whole thing.
> It is a whole things with still a lot of missing things, like conrete
> examples of applications.
Ok.. to me it seemed as it were 3 distinct documents.
When I review, I do it per chapter. I cannot read everything first, and
then come up with comments... one piece at a time.
> >[It is good to provide at least two executables]
> >I don't understand why 2 executables are needed.. please elaborate.
> I realise that I've forgetten two features all autonomous programs
> should provide. That's why the necessity of this feature isn't evident
> for you. I can give their names: [ability to fix itself] and [ability to
> adapt itself to the system]. For me, these were evident consequences of
> what I already exposed. But it is not trivial for everybody. And not
> trivial to expose. I'll work on this.
I still don't understand.
What the purpose of executable #1?
What the purpose of executable #2?
> >[able to update itself] "multi-users systems, an admin password.."
> >I usually install all my applications in my homedir, no passwords
> >On macosx I think they have a notification system, where you can
> >subscribe. get notify when security updates arrives. when an installed
> >package exceeds a certain version number.. e.g. when it goes ver1.0.
> In the distribution doc, you can find the "principle of delegation". It
> is exactly the same principle.
such kind of package notify system would be nice for ROS.
I think again we are thinking in parallel.
It seems to be christmas today... happy xmas then :-)
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