If you can find it, you’ll be able to find out where you are. Or something.
The next RISC OS Users meeting in Bristol will take place on Wednesday, 13th September, in the Hope and Anchor pub, and will run from around 7:00-7:30pm until the pub’s closing time. An informal affair, the meetings are an opportunity for anyone in the area to meet up for a drink and a chat about all things RISC OS, and more besides.
This month, Chris Hall intends to bring along the latest version of his RISC OS-based satellite navigation device, which uses his own SatNav application to interrogate a GPS module and record a GPX route for later viewing and analysing in Sine Nomine’s RiscOSM. The latest version is a truly portable one, measuring just 3″x4″x1.5″ so it can be carried in a pocket – while still sporting both PaPiRus and OLED displays.
The Hope and Anchor pub has a wide selection of real ales, soft drinks, and a selection of food, and can be found at:
There is on-road parking, with some local roads metered, and some free after 6:00pm, and a number of main bus routes go via Queens Road, the Triangle, and Park Street, all a short walk from the pub.
Being an informal get together, there is no admission fee, and anyone with an interest in RISC OS who is able to make it is welcome – both to the meeting, and to join the group’s mailing list.