100 Repositories

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ROS just reached a new milestone: 100 public, open-source repositories! From top robotics research labs around the world to companies to hobbyists, these repositories hold the many contributions of the quickly growing ROS community. Back in November when we celebrated the third anniversary of ROS, we had just hit 52 repositories. In six months, that number has nearly doubled.

The 100th repository is rl-texplore-ros-pkg from the University of Texas at Austin and focuses on the area of reinforcement learning. We look forward to their contributions, along with the many other members of the ROS community that have helped us reach this milestone.

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