No formal speaker has been arranged for the next RISC OS User Group of London (ROUGOL) meeting, so instead the group is opening the floor for a more general discussion. The meeting will take place from 7:45pm on Monday, 21st August in hybrid form, with some people attending in person, and some online.
If you’d like sit around a table and engage in a friendly chat over a meal and drinks, you’ll need to head to:
The Duke of Sussex pub,
23 Baylis Road,
London, SE1 7AY.
The pub is a short walk from Waterloo Station, making it easy to reach by public transport, while for drivers there is car parking available on Coral Street after 6:30pm. Whichever your mode of travel, ROUGOL provides some handy directions.
You should find ROUGOL members at the pub from around 6:30pm – look for them upstairs in either the Chichester or Petworth rooms.
If turning up at the pub isn’t practical, and the group will only be able to benefit from a pixel-based depiction of you (and you of them), you can join using the Zoom video conferencing software.
The Zoom meeting credentials are the same as previous ROUGOL meetings, so you’ll have them if you’ve attended any recently – but if not they can be obtained by contacting the group in plenty of time for the meeting.
The Zoom meeting will be open from 7:30pm.
ROUGOL is also trying to organise a meeting covering the subject of fixing up Archimedes/RiscPC machines – so if anyone has any ideas on that, or might be able to talk about or demonstrate something in that regard – please contact them about it.