- Community Q&A
- High priority queue
- In-Depth discussions
make cleancurrently does often run a cmake reconfigure and it might not delete artifacts e.g. simulation parameters
Follow-up on the safety switch discussion:
By default safety is disabled on 1.12 because of reoccurring issues with first time user UX because it was accidentally enabled and because of false disabling caused by bad safety button hardware. We have to communicate this clearly in the release notes and point to the reasons. That said we’ll refactor the IO chip implementation after the release https://github.com/PX4/PX4-Autopilot/pull/16444 and after that the IO button input can be easily made available via uORB and optionally be used for safety actions if a user needs that for a specific use case.
Discussion based on board: Roadmap · GitHub
Discussion based on board: High-Priority Queue · GitHub
- Code style discussion
Adopt Google code style gradually and adopt tooling without creating too much churn.
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