Richard Ashbery, known for his ArtWorks, er, artworks1, has launched a new website dedicated to graphics programming in the version of BBC BASIC supplied on RISC OS Computers.
The recordings of the four talks given at the 2019 RISC OS Southwest Show are now available to view on YouTube.
The next meeting for RISC OS users in the Midlands area will take place on Saturday, 20th July at 2pm, and the main topic of the afternoon will be a discussion of using ADFFS to run old, legacy software on modern systems.
Well, their ridiculously primitive forerunners, anyway. If you’re in London on 15th July and want to get an early look at what the future could hold for the human race, why not pop along to the RISC OS User Group of London (ROUGOL) meeting which takes place that evening?
The Bristol RISC OS Users group will be meeting up at around 7:30pm on Wednesday, 10th July. The meeting is free to attend and amounts to a group of like-minded people in the Bristol area meeting up in a pub for a drink and a chat about anything RISC OS, and sometimes beyond. The pub […]
After the success of the 2019 RISC OS Southwest Show in its new Bristol venue, the Arnos Manor Hotel, the organisers have now booked up for next year’s event. The date for RISC OS show goers to mark in their diaries is Saturday, 22nd February – and perhaps some of those who don’t usually come […]
If you’re a RISC OS user and you’re within shouting distance of Southampton on 9th July, then why not consider meeting up with other like-minded people that evening? That’s the date the Southampton RISC OS User Group (SROUG) will next meet up in the Sports Centre of Itchen College, Deacon Road, Southampton. The car park […]
Kevin Wells has released a new version of Currency, an application that uses Wget to interrogate the Free Currency Converter API in order to examine exchange rates. Version 1.09 of the software sees it updated to use version 7 of the API, which adds the benefit of being able to look at the exchange rates […]
The population’s Wakefield Club has got to rockwrok, rockwrok, rockwrok… The Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) meets once again tomorrow evening, and this month Peter Richmond will be talking about creating and playing MIDI music on computers – so get ready to, er, “rock” (wrocc?) the Club’s regular venue:
And get this: The survey results for 2014, too! The latest RISC OS Awards poll, covering 2018, came to a close on 10th May, with the results counted up not long after and revealed on the RISCOSitory Twitter feed.