Announcement from Rob Sprowson, 27th September, 2015.
Because while no news is good news, some news is better. Or something.
Keen eyed readers of RISCOSitory will no doubt have noticed that for the last couple of months they have in fact not been keen eyed readers of RISCOSitory at all. As is sometimes the case, the workload here at the Soft Rock Software office became somewhat hectic for a while – moreso, I think, than it’s ever been before – leaving no time for any updates to the site.
And to cap that, a nasty bout of flu has meant most of the Christmas holiday so far has been spent wrapped up in bed with either the TV on, or a good book open – but now I feel I can sit at the computer long enough to compile the news that has been missed into a final snippets post for 2014!
A selection of hitherto unreported items from the past few months.
B gets beefed up to become B+
On 14th July, just a couple of days after the Midlands Show, the Raspberry Pi Foundation announced a new version of the Raspberry Pi. The Model B+ is the same size as its predecessors (give or take – well, take – about half a millimetre or so in one dimension) but features an improved layout and specification.
Announcement from Martin Avison, 23rd April, 2014.
This includes some changes made by Rob Sprowson and myself.
A combination of two announcements from Martin Avison, 1st October and 16th November, 2013
An update to Pluto v3.10 is now available from my Pluto web page.
This includes some changes made by Rob Sprowson and myself, and my StrongHelp manual is now integrated.
The changes from v3.08 to v3.09 are:
Sent messages no longer travel through time.
Rob Sprowson, aka Sprow, has fixed a couple of minor niggles with Pluto, Jonathan Duddington’s popular email and news client, originally released in 1997 as a commercial product, and since made open source.
In early July, Sprow addressed a bug which, for some people, caused the time to be displayed an hour ahead when looking at a sent message. About a month later, he fixed another bug whereby dropping a text file with DOS line-endings