Hi RoboCup TC,
Thank you for writing to us
At this stage, we are unable to participate in-person due to RMIT travel rules. I have been waiting on RMIT travel rules update, but can’t guarantee that by the time of the competition.
At this stage, we would try to participate remotely in ta couple of the technical challenges, if possible.
Dr. Timothy Wiley | Lecturer, School of Computing Technologies | RMIT University
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On 3 May 2022, at 2:21 am, Stefan Seering <robocup(a)stefan.seeri.ng<mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
Dear Team RedBackBots, Dear Timothy,
I am writing you due to your application to RoboCup SPL 2022. In your application you expressed that you are tentative about your commitment to participate in RoboCup SPL 2022.
The TC would like if there are any updates available regarding your intent to participate. While we understand that commitments are still hard to make due to the global situation, we would like to know which of the following options is the most likely for you at the moment.
a) You will participate in RoboCup SPL 2022 in person.
b) You will not participate in person, but have interest in remotely participation in technical challenges if possible.
c) You will not participate in RoboCup SPL 2022.
You answer is helpful for planning RoboCup SPL 2022. Therefore, we ask you to please respond until Friday this week.