The annual RISC OS Awards poll undertaken by RISCOSitory on the RISC OS Awards website is now open for votes.
It is with the greatest regret that I have to pass on some very sad news – the recent passing of Jim Nagel. Martin Wuerthner has been in contact with the family, and released the following statement on their behalf: “It is with great sadness that the family of Jim Nagel announces his passing peacefully […]
While the current emergency restrictions are in place, introduced at the start of this week in order to try and slow the spread of the novel coronavirus SARS-COV-2, CJE Micro’s and 4D have said that they are still able to offer support for customers by email and telephone.
Due to the growing health crisis surrounding COVID-19 (the infectious disease caused by the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2), it has been announced that the Wakefield Acorn and RISC OS Computer Show will now NOT go ahead on 18th April.
Formally announced last month, the organisers of the annual Wakefield Show have sent out an update about this year’s event with a little more information about what visitors can expect.
Section 8 of Richard Ashbery’s Simple Graphics Programming in RISC OS BASIC has been updated to include descriptions of many of the graphics shapes users will encounter when using a pair of parametric equations, and some additional example images have been added towards the end.
Kevin Wells has updated StreetFix, his software that allows RISC OS users to report problems to local authorities, such as potholes, broken street lights, etc. Using Wget, the software interfaces with the FixMyStreet website to do this. It can also be used to look at existing reports, and version 1.02 of the software allows those […]
At the recent Southwest Show, a new game was being shown off and sold to show-goers by AMCOG Games – and as of a few days ago, that game is now available to purchase via !Store.
Although it’s really aimed at new users, anyone can download and use it, so With the launch of the new distribution of RISC OS for the Raspberry Pi, called RISC OS Direct, existing users of the operating system may be wondering what’s in it and whether or not they should consider switching to it for […]
Bristol RISC OS users can next get together for an informal drink and/or meal on Wednesday, 11th March. Starting from around 7:30pm, the place to head for is: