The next meeting of the RISC OS User Group of London (ROUGOL) will once again take place online via the Zoom video conferencing system, and will feature Stefan Fröhling from the Cloverleaf project.
This Saturday (25th November) will see the next developers’ ‘fireside chat’ take place – an online meeting for people interested in software development on or for the RISC OS platform that will take place via the Zoom video conferencing system. The meeting will begin at 7:30pm.
The next friendly ‘fireside chat’ for people interested in software development for RISC OS will take place on Saturday, 30th September, with the official run time scheduled for 7:30pm.
If you have any interest in software development on (or of) RISC OS, then you might want to join in the next ‘fireside chat’, which will take place on Saturday, 12th August.
The next so-called ‘fireside chats’ will take place on Saturday, 8th July. These online meetings, aimed at people who are (or would like to be) involved in RISC OS development – either of the OS itself, or of programs to run on it, are intended to be friendly discussions, about any and all areas related to writing software.
This Saturday (3rd June) will see the latest in a series of friendly ‘fireside chats’ for developers. These meetings are aimed at developers of all levels – people who aren’t yet developers but who would like to become beginners, beginners who wish to learn from experts, experts who are in awe of wizards, and, well, wizards.
The latest in a series of online meetings with developers in mind – friendly fireside chats with a view to sharing ideas and techniques, and providing guidance and advice – will take place on Saturday, 1st April.
If you have any interest in developing on or for RISC OS – at any level, from absolute beginner to seasoned programmer – there’s another meeting this Saturday (4th March) with you in mind.
Anyone with an interest in coding on RISC OS – at any level – is invited to join an initial fireside chat, starting at 7:30pm on Saturday, 26th November. Organised by Andrew McCarthy in cooperation with Paolo Zaino and the RISC OS Community project, the idea dates back to last year when Andrew had the initial idea. The aim is to hold a series of meetings on the subject of Coding on RISC OS, and this one is intended to be the first.
And gets off to a good start Since late 2019, RISC OS Cloverleaf has been mentioned a few times here on RISCOSitory. It was clear from when the name first appeared that there was going to be a crowdfunding campaign, and this has since been confirmed and expanded on further by Cloverleaf’s Stefan Fröhling.