Announcement from Andrew Rawnsley, 7th April, 2016.
It’s like a snippets post, but all for one developer!
Fat32FS, a filing system for USB mass storage devices, has been updated to version 1.40.
Announcing the update last week, developer Jeffrey Doggett explained that with this release the drive label can be changed from the menu, rather than having to use the command line, and that it also shows the partitions (if any) in use on the drive, and now partially supports extended partitions.
At the same time, Jeffrey announced version 1.11 of Doom, his port to RISC OS from the Linux sources of id Software’s classic first person shooter. This, explains Jeff, is to support the latest FreeDoom beta release.
Right, I’ve been up to Wakefield, had a cup of tea and a little walk, and now it’s… er, June!?
The annual trip to the North for RISC OS users – the Wakefield Acorn & RISC OS Computer Show – took place this year on 16th April, at the Cedar Court Hotel, Denby Dale, near Wakefield – the venue at which it originally started in 1996 before setting off for pastures new, and to where it returned some years ago and has remained ever since.
Organise it and
they a handful of them will come.
It’s now been two weeks and a day since the Midlands Midsummer MUG Show 2013 took place, and people are telling me that it’s about time I sat down and wrote about it! Well, they aren’t, perhaps because I’ve already said in various places that I’m busy, but they’re probably thinking it. So here’s that report.
I’ve flicked a coin, and it told me to take an anti-clockwise tour around the show.
The Midlands Midsummer MUG show 2011 took place on Saturday 9th July, 2011, and was perhaps one of the quietest RISC OS shows I’ve attended in as long as I can remember, if not the quietest. However, in spite of the very small attendance by users, I did find myself reasonably busy for most of the day, having some fairly long chats with various people – mostly visitors, and some exhibitors, though often not about things RISC OS!
(For example, Martin Wuerthner and I discussed the joys of travelling down narrow country lanes; in my case often in my own car when venturing out for walks in the middle of nowhere, and having taken a wrong turn a couple of weeks ago and subsequently reversing quite a way before I could turn around, but trumped by Martin who was once a passenger on a coach whose driver had taken it down some wholly unsuitable lanes and had to somehow reverse it back out.)
Of course, this means that writing a show report is going to be somewhat challenging, with the only stand I can honestly write anything definitive about being my own – but that doesn’t mean I can’t try to write an interesting account of the day, so here goes!