May 012018
 

The next meeting of the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club will take place tomorrow, Wednesday 2nd May, and the subject will be Micro Miscellany – apparently the third such meeting – with members given the opportunity to see and try out a variety of hardware and software, including robotics and Pi-related goodies.

Entry to the meeting is free for members, and costs just £3.00 for non-members. It kicks off at 7:45pm, and if you wish to attend, you should point your nose in the direction of:

West Yorkshire Sports and Social Club,
Sandal Hall Close,
Off Walton Lane,
Wakefield,
West Yorkshire, WF2 6ER.
Apr 172018
 

The next meeting of the RISC OS Northwest User Group – RONWUG – takes place on 18th April. Admission is free to the meeting, which is expected to kick off at around 7:30pm, at:

Trafford Metrovick Rugby and Cricket Club,
Finnybank Road,
Sale,
Cheshire,
M33 6LR.
Apr 152018
 

Ask nicely, and he might show you a picture of his 43-incher!

Tomorrow evening, 16th April, is when the RISC OS User Group of London next meets, and the guest speaker will be Clive Semmens, talking on the subject of his time working and playing with ARM processors. Clive’s first encounter with the processor was when he purchased an Archimedes for a classroom in Stornoway, in the Outer Hebrides, and some thirty years later he is still using them, having retired as a Senior Technical Author for ARM in 2007.

Admission to the meeting, which kicks off at 7:45pm, is free. Head for the restaurant upstairs at The Blue Eyed Maid, 173 Borough High Street, London, SE1 1HR. Full details of the venue, how to get there, and so on, can be found on ROUGOL’s website.

Apr 052018
 

The next meeting for RISC OS users in and around Southampton will take place on Tuesday, 10th April. As ever, admission is free and anyone is welcome to come along – and there will be at least one small network of RISC OS computers, hopefully with a connection to the internet.

The venue, as usual, is the Sports Centre of Itchen College – look out for the College Centre, an open area with tables and chairs next to the Sports Centre Reception desk. The College car park is accessed from Deacon Road, opposite Whites Road.

 

Mar 152018
 

The Midlands User Group will be holding their next meeting on Saturday, 17th March, 2018, at 2:00pm, with the subject being promotion of RISC OS – how to get bring the OS to the attention of potential new users. If you have any ideas, the place to be on Saturday afternoon is:

The Methodist Church Hall,
Greenhill,
Blackwell,
Bromsgrove,
B60 1BL.
Mar 112018
 

Wednesday, 14th March will see the next meeting of Bristol RISC OS Users. The meeting is slated to begin at around 7:30pm, though some members may arrive earlier, and will continue on until closing time. It will take place at:

The Eldon House Pub,
6 Lower Clifton Hill,
Bristol,
BS8 1BT.

Being informal in nature, there is no set topic or a speaker, but user Steven Green plans to bring along his HDMI Pi to show off – a Raspberry Pi set up in a tablet-esque form factor, using RISCOSbits‘ Wispy for wireless connectivity.

Mar 112018
 

This coming Tuesday evening – 13th March – marks the date of the next Southampton RISC OS User Group meeting. Running from 7:00pm until 9:00pm, the meeting takes place at:

The Sports Centre,
Itchen College,
Deacon Road,
Southampton.

Look out for an open area with tables and chairs by the Sports Centre Reception desk – and depending when you arrive, the network of RISC OS computers may also serve as a clue. The car park entrance is found on Deacon Road, opposite Whites Road.

Mar 042018
 

The next meeting of the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club will take place at 7:45pm on Wednesday, 7th March, when attendees can enjoy an entertaining and educational computer-related quiz, devised by Peter Richmond. The remainder of the evening will then be given over to an informal discussion about the Club itself.

The meeting takes place at the West Yorkshire Sports and Social Club, Sandal Hall Close (off Walton Lane), Wakefield, WF2 6ER. Members of the Club can get in for free, while there is a fee of £3.00 for non-members. Details of how to join can be found on the WROCC website.

And don’t forget that the Club organises the annual Wakefield Show, which this year takes place on 21st April – make sure that date is in your diaries, folks!