Switching slightly from the group’s normal schedule, the next Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) meeting will take place a week and a day later than you might otherwise expect, on Thursday, 10th November.
The meeting will see Steve Revill of RISC OS Open Ltd (ROOL) address the group from afar, bringing the audience up to date on what’s happening at the company right now – the ongoing work to release version 5.30 of the operating system, where things are with the current open bounties, and so on.
This month’s meeting is a virtual one, run using the Zoom video conferencing system, and anyone can join in, as long as you are able to run Zoom on one of your devices. The software runs on most mainstream platforms, so most people should be catered for.
You will of course need the relevant link or codes to join the meeting, and if you’ve been on any recent WROCC meetings, they are unchanged – but if you haven’t, you can get them by contacting the club.
The meeting will officially start at 7:45pm.
WROCC offers membership to anyone, and at a price that won’t break the bank – £10.00 per year, reduced to just £5.00 for the first year. For that, you get free access to physical meetings if you are in the area (non-members need to pay a small fee for entry), access to the group’s online discussion list, and their newsletter, The WROCC, delivered monthly to your email inbox in PDF format.