There might not be any room at the inn restaurant upstairs. With December being a busy month in popular restaurants, the RISC OS User Group of London (ROUGOL) tends not to arrange a formal speaker for its last meeting of the year. Instead, the group meets more informally, albeit still in line with the regular […]
The 2019 RISC OS London Show took place on Saturday, 26th October – and once again (speaking as an exhibitor) seemed to be a buzzing, exciting show with plenty for the visitor to see and experience. It was the 11th London Show, with the first having taken place on 3rd October, 2009, and there was […]
Tuesday, 10th December will be your opportunity to meet up with other RISC OS users in the Southampton area – and to see a Christmas tree controlled by a Raspberry Pi!
The Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) will be holding its next meeting on Wednesday, and the theme for the evening will be festive fun – there will even be mince pies and other treats! That effectively makes it the group’s Christmas bash, and what do you always expect at a good Christmas bash?
Kevin Wells has released updates to his two applications that use Wget to interrogate the Transport API website in order to find and display timetable (and other) information.
R-Comp has released an updated version of MusicMan, their software for organising and playing music collections.
BusTimes, Kevin Wells’ application for finding out bus and bus stop timetables has been brought up to version 1.11, and along with some bug fixes, it now allows GPX files of the bus route to be launched, if an application that can handle them has been seen by the filer.
At the London Show last month, AMCOG Games released a new 3D-perspective game – and that game, Star Mine, is now available to purchase from !Store.
Wear what nobody else is wearing! At last month’s London Show, RISC OS Open Ltd (ROOL) had a new line of merchandise available to buy – T-shirts, in a spiffing shade of green with the slogan ‘run the risc’ on the back, and grey polo shirts with the ROOL logo on the chest. That range […]
Along with amber and green! Andrew Conroy has released a BBC BASIC library that allows Raspberry Pi users running RISC OS to develop software that controls the 4Tronix “Pi-Stop” traffic light board.