requesting project group

Asked by Neil Roza on 2020-12-07

To whom it may concern;

Please accept this question as my formal request for a project group. The relevant details (listed https://help.launchpad.net/ProjectGroups) follows:

* The name of the project group: "Realtime Robotics"
* The desired Launchpad ID (http://launchpad.net/<launchpad-id>): "realtime-robotics"
* A one sentence summary of the project: "Realtime Robotics Projects"
* A paragraph description of the project: "This is a group of Launchpad projects maintained by Realtime Robotics, Inc."
* The team that will own the project: https://launchpad.net/~realtime-robotics

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Solved by:
Thiago F. Pappacena
Solved:
2020-12-08
Last query:
2020-12-08
Last reply:
2020-12-08

Hi, Neil!

We usually create project groups once you have at least a couple of projects that make sense to be grouped together.

Would you mind describing which projects will be subordinate to the new group? Does this project group have a website?

Neil Roza (realtime-neil) said : #2

Hi Thiago,

Whoops, I'm mistaken. If extant projects are a prerequisite for a project group, then I'm going about this all wrong. I had intended to get the group created and then create projects under it. I'm sorry if this runs counter to the usual workflow. Can I re-request in a few weeks when I have some projects to show?

In answer to your other question, the only website I can offer is that of my company, one Realtime Robotics, at https://rtr.ai/ .

Hi, Neil!

We can create the project group at any time, and move projects to be under it. We usually do this way to avoid having "ghost" project groups with only one project under it (or even no project at all).

Feel free to contact us whenever you want to create the project group.

Let us know if you need any further help.

Thiago

Neil Roza (realtime-neil) said : #4

Thanks Thiago F. Pappacena, that solved my question.