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Back in October, Elesar Ltd launched a new hardware product, aimed firmly at the Raspberry Pi, which addressed a significant shortcoming in RISC OS in a pretty neat way. That product was a WiFi HAT (Hardware Attached on Top) device that provided seamless wireless network facilities to RISC OS users.
The Midlands User Group (MUG) is kicking off the year by looking at how to play videos on RISC OS – with a look at playing YouTube videos in particular. This is the topic of their next meeting, which will take place on Saturday, 18th January.
After some eighteen years of holding their regular meetings in the Blue-Eyed Maid, the RISC OS User Group of London (ROUGOL) are starting the new decade in a new home.
RISC OS users who are in and around Southampton on Tuesday, 14th January have their first opportunity of this year to all congregate on one location for a meeting – because that’s when the local user group is holding its next meeting.
A graphical way to say “Here’s me card, guv…” Kevin Wells has updated his application for generating QR Codes to add support for ‘MeCards’.
The next meeting of Bristol RISC OS Users will take place on Wednesday, 8th January. The meeting will start at around 7:00-7:30pm, though some members may arrive earlier, and continue until closing time at:
With 2019 drawing to a close at the end of today, to be immediately followed by a year with the official designation of 2020, it’s time to round up a selection of news that hasn’t been covered on RISCOSitory over the course of the year.
With a general election so recently behind us and a new set of Members of Parliament now in the House of Commons, Kevin Wells has released a new version of MPData+ – his application that allows RISC OS users to access data about their local MP.
Kevin Wells has released version 1.05 of MACadd, his application to dig into the details of any given MAC address. The new version allows the company name and address behind the MAC address to be exported as a vCard file, ready for importing into a contact database.