At the moment, you have to download a tarball of the Isaac SDK. It would be better to publish it to a github repo as well.
thanks for the suggestion. Right now we need to ask users to register with the nvidia developer program to access the SDK. There may be changes to this in the future.
I don’t think it would necessarily have to be hosted by GitHub, it could be a git (or other version control system) hosted locally by NVIDIA which would preserve the need to have a dev account to access (and also maybe have stricter controls on branching and pushes).
I think ultimately having some kind of version controlled rolling release would help make the Isaac SDK easier for us to work with and probably a little easier for NVIDIA to maintain, too.