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To qualify "ROS-Industrial" package

Just wondering what makes a package "ROS-Industrial" package?

universal_robot for example as far as I examnied doesn't depend on any of industrial_* packages but its wiki page states This stack is part of the ROS Industrial program.

$ rospack depends1 ur_bringup 
tf2_ros
ur_description
ur_driver
$ rospack depends1 ur_description 
urdf
$ rospack depends1 ur_driver
rospy
actionlib
control_msgs
sensor_msgs
trajectory_msgs
ur_msgs
dynamic_reconfigure
$ rospack depends1 ur_msgs
message_runtime
std_msgs

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To qualify "ROS-Industrial" package

Just wondering what makes a package "ROS-Industrial" package?

For example universal_robot for example as far as I examnied examined doesn't depend on any of industrial_* packages unlike other ROS-I robot drivers (motoman, fanuc etc.) but its wiki page states This stack is part of the ROS Industrial program.

$ rospack depends1 ur_bringup 
tf2_ros
ur_description
ur_driver
$ rospack depends1 ur_description 
urdf
$ rospack depends1 ur_driver
rospy
actionlib
control_msgs
sensor_msgs
trajectory_msgs
ur_msgs
dynamic_reconfigure
$ rospack depends1 ur_msgs
message_runtime
std_msgs

Using this commit