For the next Wakefield RISC OS User Group (WROCC) meeting the group is once again returning to the virtual world, with a meeting held over the Zoom video conferencing service, and this month the guest speaker will be Chris Johns.
Back in February, Jeroen Vermeulen released a version of Infinite Bunner for RISC OS, and soon followed that with a version of Cavern – both games published in the book Code the Classics volume 1, available from Raspberry Pi Trading.
Sorry, I mean, discuss Python with the Midlands User Group The Midlands User Group (MUG) will be holding their next meeting on Saturday (6th March, 2021), starting at 2:00pm, at which the Python programming language will be the subject of discussion.
RISC OS Developments Ltd has announced that the work that has been underway for some while by Chris Johns and others to bring Python 3 to the platform has now seen fruition, with the latest version of the very popular programming language now generally available.
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.
Following a similar path to his last release, Cherry Bomb, Jeroen Vermeulen has released Porklike, another new game for RISC OS.
Over the last couple of weeks, there have been a small handful of announcements arrive at the RISCOSitory bunker that I’ve been unable to deal with immediately, instead putting them on hold. As such you’ll see a small clutch of posts appearing shortly – and this one is actually a combination of two announcements, both from the same source and covering the same subject matter in two parts.
With the show they organise now behind us, the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) have turned their attention to their regular meetings – and the next one will see Chris Johns as the guest speaker.
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.
An updated version of StrongED has been made available by Fred Graute. A new full release of version 4.69, it therefore sees its ‘f’ suffix incremented, bringing it up to 4.69f12 – the twelfth such release.