Stefan Fröhling will be the guest speaker at the next Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) meeting, at which he will be talking about the new CLFiler application, developed for the Cloverleaf Project, as well as other news.
Intended as a replacement – or perhaps alternative – to the filer included in RISC OS, CLFiler offers a number of features found on other operating systems that are lacking on RISC OS, and which people might miss when switching between platforms.
The meeting will take place on Wednesday, 1st June, at 7:45pm, and will be held in hybrid form, with some people present at WROCC’s regular venue, and others joining in online.
For those attending in person, that regular venue is:
West Yorkshire Sports and Social Club,
Sandal Hall Close,
Off Walton Lane,
There are detailed directions on the Club’s website for both drivers and users of public transport.
For those attending online, the meeting will take place using the Zoom platform. Client software exists for mainstream computer and mobile platforms, and you’ll just need the meeting link and password to join in. These remain the same as other recent WROCC meetings, so if you’ve Zoomed in for any of those you’re good to go for this one. If not, you just need to get in touch with the Club – ideally before the end of today, as the meeting is tomorrow evening. (The online aspect of the meeting is open for anyone, but WROCC members should receive an invitation with the necessary details automatically.)
The Club is very cheap to join at just £5.00 for the first year, then £10.00 to renew each year after that – and well worth it. In return for that fee, you get:
- Free entry to the physical meetings at the Social Club – non-members pay a small fee at the door.
- The Club’s monthly newsletter, The WROCC, is delivered to your inbox as a PDF file.
- Access to the club’s online discussion list.