If you want to be brought up to date on news from RISC OS Developments – the company that now owns RISC OS – and you happen to be in the vicinity of Wakefield on Wednesday, then why not pop along to the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) meeting, which takes place that evening?
Andrew Rawnsley will be the guest speaker, updating the group on what’s been happening with the company and its projects. To that end, the group is likely to get a look at the latest versions of the two web browsers that are being ported to the operating system. And switching to his R-Comp role, Andrew should be able to demonstrate the latest state of play with the ARMBook – the name chosen for the RISC OS version of the Pinebook laptop that he has been promoting at recent shows.
The meeting takes place from 7:45pm on Wednesday, 5th June, at:
West Yorkshire Sports and Social Club,
Sandal Hall Close,
Off Walton Lane,
Members of the Club can attend the meeting for free, but anyone else interested can attend for an entrance fee of just £3.00. It costs just per year for membership, with a healthy 50% discount for the first year – so it costs just £7.50 to join, or the equivalent of just two and a half meetings. As well as free entry into those meetings, which often mean you get to see products before their more general release, membership also gets you a monthly newsletter, the WROCC, delivered by email as a PDF file, and access to the group’s mailing list.