Please hold off from a release of the pluging packages for now.
The failing buildfarm test is only an (annoying) detail but not worth a new release.
I think we need more structure for the rqt development for the next weeks.
Hydro is only two and a half weeks away and the focus should be on fixing bugs and significant issues first and as soon as possible.
Please try to spend time on reproducing filled tickets, adding information to the tickets if necessary/helpful and than propose fixes via pull requests.
It should be possible for every addressed ticket to either:
* be able to reproduce the issue, apply a pull request and confirm that the issue is fixed/improved by this.
This should than be verified by a second person (and I mean including the reproduce, apply, validate steps and not only visual inspection of the diff)
* be able to reproduce that the issue is not valid anymore or that the ticket does not contain enough information to reproduce the problem.
Than the person filled the ticket should be asked to provide more details to enable reproducing the problem.
I will try to coordinate the incoming pull request and do the next releases when significant fixes have been merged.
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