[COMMUNITY] - Today, Ardupilot banned to me from and my related Ardupilot project.

Well, that's happening.

I don't know what's happening inside the Ardupilot community, it's really a community project or what else?.

But as i know and you know, the community doesn't make it private any related project, Ardupilot is a Free Software and open sourced project for related projects and for well like many others.

Today, they removed and banned to me from official Ardupilot social networks and my related project called URUS (Universal Robotics Unmanned System) propossed to the community as a solution for a universal and accesible tech for drones, robotics and unmanned vehicles system that was posted and published on their community discussion about 2 years old, and it not just, because my project is a fork from Ardupilot master and master-AVR.

I'm being paranoic, but i think the purpose from some people inside the project is to opaque the good faith that have Ardupilot growing up very fast on the unmanned robotics technology world.

I will continue with development and supporting to Ardupilot project and my project the URUS System project for well.

Thank you very much to all, sincerely.

Hiroshi Takey F.

UPDATED:

The URUS work progress and info for the community was removed from Ardupilot discuss platform.

For people that want to continue following the URUS project work in progress info there is a mirror and you can see it at:

https://hackaday.io/project/18002-urus

I hope to update the info here on diydrones mirror too at:

https://diydrones.com/forum/topics/adding-urus-system-to-apm

the documentation is work in progress too there is too much for do, but i hope to update the main tutorial to build the first example, this is updated at:

https://github.com/UrusTeam/docs

and the documentation frontend is at:

https://urusteam.github.io/docs/

Thanks for all people that want the good of the URUS project purpose.

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Comment by Brian Gene Smith on March 24, 2018 at 4:45pm
Seems to be not very much a project related matter, but more of a just getting along with others type problem.If more cooperation was shown by both parties (there may have not been a problem at all).Sometimes great ideas and thoughts are simply misunderstood when people cooperation skills get in the way. I really hate to see anyone's project suffer only due to their own personal feelings and attitudes.But some seem that they are simply better thinkers about the science, (than they are at just "learning" to cooperate with others ,for the greater good of their own personal projects. ) "Egos & superiority complexes do not help any project (not that I'm saying that is what has transpired here, since I personally do not know ) I'm only "speaking" from a neutral standpoint actually. Goodluck on three future on your project ,I would have liked to have heard and learned more Ann about it.(Unfortunately, I'm new to the site myself) Perhaps share a link with me ,if you can. (sounds interesting) the little bit, that i actually heard about ✌
Comment by Curt Olson on March 24, 2018 at 7:41pm

If a community explains their expectations and purpose of their forum, but someone continues to defy those expectations and requests over the course of months, then it really does put the community in a tough spot.  It's not about democracy or freedom of speech at that point.  It becomes more about respect (or lack of it) and if ultimately a person needs to be banned, sometimes that just has to happen.  There are other places where a person can post whatever they want to say.  And don't forget that technically, freedom of speech means you aren't going to get arrested for expressing a view point.

Comment by hiroshi takey on March 24, 2018 at 9:04pm

The URUS work progress and info for the community was removed from Ardupilot discuss platform.

For people that want to continue following the URUS project work in progress info there is a mirror and you can see it at:

https://hackaday.io/project/18002/details/

Thanks for all people that want the good of the URUS project purpose.

Comment by hiroshi takey on March 24, 2018 at 9:06pm

I hope to update the info here on diydrones mirror too at:

https://diydrones.com/forum/topics/adding-urus-system-to-apm

Comment by hiroshi takey on March 24, 2018 at 9:09pm

the documentation is work in progress too there is too much for do, but i hope to update the main tutorial to build the first example, this is updated at:

https://github.com/UrusTeam/docs

and the documentation frontend is at:

https://urusteam.github.io/docs/

Comment by hiroshi takey on March 24, 2018 at 9:17pm

All the name displayed of Ardupilot from URUS logo will be removed and i will notice to the community that it is a trademark following the new policies from Ardupilot using their name inside from a related fork project.

Thanks for all people that are right now trying to use the URUS project on their efforts.

Comment by hiroshi takey on March 24, 2018 at 9:42pm

UPDATED:

The URUS work progress and info for the community was removed from Ardupilot discuss platform.

For people that want to continue following the URUS project work in progress info there is a mirror and you can see it at:

https://hackaday.io/project/18002-urus

Thanks for all people that want the good of the URUS project purpose.

Comment by Jack Crossfire on March 25, 2018 at 2:51pm

It's nothing compared to the number of blog posts diydrones banned.


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Comment by Andy Little on March 26, 2018 at 12:04am

@hiroshi,

Best of luck with URUS for the future. It is great that someone is keeping the classic APM ArduPilot code and boards alive. I used to have great fun with Ardupilot both flying and hacking on my APM2.

regards

Andy

Comment by FMS RC airplane on March 26, 2018 at 5:37pm

thank you very much, i like your article

i found a RC Forum:

http://www.xblade-tech.com/ztw-forum/forum.php

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