Two meetings coming up – WROCC on Wednesday, developers on Saturday

The Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) will be holding their next meeting on Wednesday, 3rd July, at 7:45pm, with a ‘Potpourri’ topic – i.e. a mix of various short talks, rather than one to cover the whole meeting.

The first talk will be delivered by Peter Richmond, who will take a look at Draw in a segment entitled ‘Things to do with Draw’. Chris Hughes will then look at the RISC OS Developments’ network stack and Wi-Fi, as well as the latest Beta version of Pinboard 2, covering some of the useful features it brings to the desktop. Finally, Chris will give a brief update to a topic he previously covered in April – the changes that are coming to telephone and broadband services due to the pending shutdown of the analogue PTSN.

The meeting will be held online using Zoom, and anyone is welcome to join. If you’ve been on previous WROCC meetings, you already have the meeting credentials, otherwise contact WROCC to get them.

The second meeting will take place on Saturday evening (6th July) – that’s the ‘friendly fireside chat’ for developers, and anyone with an interest in developing on or for RISC OS.

This meeting will kick off at around 7:30pm, and are an informal way for people to get together and discuss RISC OS development issues, swap ideas, hints and tips, seek help from other developers with problems they may be having, and so much more.

The meetings are entirely informal, and there are no entry requirements other than to have some kind of interest in RISC OS development – be that as someone thinking of starting out along the programming path, or someone who actively develops; whatever your level of skill or experience, you’re welcome to join in the discussion.

The meeting is another that will be held using Zoom, so all you need to join are the meeting credentials – and again, if you’ve joined one of these developer meetings previously, you’ll already have them. If not, they can be obtained in two ways:

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