The Southampton RISC OS User Group (SROUG) will next be meeting up on Tuesday, 12th November. There is no attendance fee, and everyone is welcome – whether to simply discuss RISC OS generally, or some specific aspect, to seek help with an issue or show off something they’re working on. There should be at least […]
While the company ceased to be an entity in its own right over twenty years ago, the legacy of Acorn Computers lives on. Not just with its most important technological innovation, the ARM chip, now being ubiquitous – but also because RISC OS, the computing platform it built around that chip, is still used, developed, […]
Wait, the London Show is on 26th October! What’s going on? If you read the London Show preview, you’ll notice that Adrian Lees is planning to launch a major new application, with no details available as yet about what it is – so the nature of that application is a mystery. Five days before the […]
The next chance for RISC OS users in the Southampton area to meet up, chat, discuss or show off their latest hardware and software projects, and so on, will be on Tuesday, 8th October from 7:00pm until 9:00pm. The meeting will take place in the Sports Centre of Itchen College, Deacon Road, Southampton. The car […]
Gavin Crawford will be talking at the next Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) meeting on his use of Ovation Pro – one of RISC OS’ desktop publishing packages, and the only one that runs natively on 32-bit platforms. Gavin has used the software to produce professionally printed hard back books, and has put RISC […]
If you want to gain a better understanding of the different ways to get RISC OS computers connected – be that to the world beyond your own four walls, or to other systems within them – then a visit to the next Midland User Group meeting might not be a bad idea.
Everybody chant “There’s only one Rob Sprowson!” Monday, 16th September is when the RISC OS User Group of London (ROUGOL) next meets up, and the original plan was for Elesar Ltd‘s Rob Sprowson to be the guest speaker for the meeting, at which he was planning to reveal a new, hitherto mystery product currently in […]
The next Bristol RISC OS Users (BRU) meeting will take place on Wednesday, 11th September, from around 7:30pm – and this month’s informal gathering may very well feature some interesting discussions.
RISC OS users in the Southampton area will have their next opportunity to meet up and discuss the platform on Tuesday, 10th September from 7:00pm until 9:00pm at:
Should they have held this meeting back until November? If you want to hear a nightmarish tale that could have come straight out of the mind of Clive Barker or Stephen King, you should probably head for the next Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) meeting.