The next meeting of the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club, which takes place on Wednesday, 4th July, 2018 at 7:45pm, will be an informal one where people can simply chat amongst themselves, giving them the opportunity to catch up with other attendees, whether that’s RISC OS-related or not, and to discuss any ideas for the future of the Club.
Luckily, though, only in the form of a video game!
AMCOG Games‘ Tony Bartram will be the guest speaker at the next meeting of the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club, which takes place on Wednesday, 6th June, at 7:45pm. Tony will be talking about games development on RISC OS, along with creating audio-visual effects.
Under the AMCOG Games brand, Tony has released eight games so far, including a brand new first person shooter, Island of the Undead, in which you have made an emergency landing on a military base, only to discover it has become overrun with zombies.
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:
Sandal Hall Close,
Off Walton Lane,
West Yorkshire, WF2 6ER.
It’s where the discerning RISC OS user will be on Saturday, 21st April.
It’s now only a little over a week until this year’s Wakefield Show takes place – so let’s take a quick look at what’s in store for you, the discerning RISC OS user in question.
Getting some important details out of the way first, the show will take place at its regular venue:
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The Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club will be holding their next meeting on Wednesday, 4th April – the first Wednesday of the month, as usual, though the nature of the meeting will be slightly unusual.
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!
The first chance to see the Raspberry Pi-powered [ desk lamp / IoT Torch / projector-equipped system / other ]1!
Sandal Hall Close (Off Walton Lane),
That one time per year when non-members are definitely not welcome!
It’s the time of year when the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club holds their Annual General Meeting, at which they deal with group administrative issues, such as electing their committee for the year ahead, and discuss the future of the club and how it is run. Unlike the other meetings held throughout the year, therefore, this one is for members only.
For members who wish to attend (and non-members to avoid) the time and place to be (or not, as appropriate) is Monday, 3rd January, 2018, with a 7:45pm start-time, at the West Yorkshire Sports and Social Club, Sandal Hall Close, Off Walton Lane, Wakefield, WF2 6ER.
Normal service will resume from the next meeting again, which takes place on 7th February, with Tom Williamson from Ident Computer scheduled to be the guest speaker.
Also: There will be mince pies. (Hmm… should this have been the headline?)
The December meeting of the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club takes place on the 6th – that’s this Wednesday – and Tony Bartram of AMCOG Games will be the guest speaker, discussing the art of writing games and producing the necessary audio-visual effects with RISC OS. All of AMCOG’s games to date will be demonstrated, including an in-development first person perspective zombie game, and RDSP – Tony’s sound synthesis engine.
WROCC members can attend the meeting for free (there is a small fee for any non-members who wish to attend), which takes place at:
Sandal Hall Close (off Walton Lane),
Wakefield, WF2 6ER.
Mark 21st April, 2018 in your diaries, folks – because that’s the date for the next Wakefield Show, according to the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club’s Events Diary page. With the doors expected to be open to the public from 10:30am until 4:30am, the entry says that the event will once again take place at:
Denby Dale Road,