ROS 2 alpha1 release: Anchor

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We're happy to announce the release of ROS 2 alpha1, code-named Anchor!

Installation instructions and tutorials designed to exercise new
features in ROS 2 are in the wiki:

To get an idea of what's in (and what's not in) this release, be sure
to read the overview page:

From that page, an important caveat:
As the "alpha" qualifier suggests, this release of ROS 2 is far from
complete. You should not expect to switch from ROS 1 to ROS 2, nor
should you expect to build a new robot control system with ROS 2.
Rather, you should expect to try out some demos, explore the code, and
perhaps write your own demos.

We invite you to try out the new software, give feedback, report bugs,
and suggest features:

- your ROS 2 team

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