Originally scheduled for their July meeting, which was cancelled due to circumstances outside of the group’s control1, Martin Avison will be the guest speaker for the Wakefield RISC OS Computer… Read more »
Kevin Wells has released a point update to his application for generating QR Codes. New in this version is the ability to create a QR Code for geo-location purposes, containing… Read more »
But it’s not a meeting about greener forms of transport – it’s both online and in-person For over a year because of the pandemic, the RISC OS User Group of… Read more »
A new commercial offering from Thomas Milius is CaxDAV, which can be used to synchronise calendars and addresses between local clients and servers that support the CalDAV/CardDAV protocols.
Well, its version number has, anyway. Kevin Wells has released an update to his application for validating VAT and GST registration numbers, VATGST.
Combating what Germans apparently call ‘Sommerloch’ and he believes translates as ‘Silly Season’, Thomas Milius has been browsing an archive of old software he’d written, and an interesting find has… Read more »
RISC OS users with an interest in designing printed circuit boards (PCBs) may wish to attend the next Midlands User Group (MUG) meeting, when Terry Swanborough will be the guest… Read more »
The guest speaker at the next RISC OS User Group of London the World (ROUGOL) meeting will be ex-Acorn and Pace programmer Mike Stephens, who will be talking to the… Read more »
Along with an updated look at the alternative votes The 2020 RISC OS Awards poll has now underway for more than a couple of months, which means it’s about time… Read more »
Jeroen Vermeulen, who has already ported two games to RISC OS from the Raspberry Pi Code the Classics book – Infinite Bunner and Cavern – has now given the same… Read more »