If you have Tuesday evening free and happen to be within shouting distance of Southampton, why not pop along to Itchen College and meet up with other RISC OS users in the area? That’s when the next meeting of the Southampton RISC OS User Group (SROUG) will be taking place.
The Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) will be holding their next meeting on Wednesday, 7th August, at 7:45pm, and this month will see something of a mixed bag, with two people lined up to talk to the group. Ruth Gunstone will be talking audio/video capture, and about a nightmare hardware change to her Pi […]
Small update to the program – not an update to do with small buses Kevin Wells has released another version of BusTimes, his application that uses Wget to interrogate the Transport API website and return information about bus (and bus stop) timetables. The new version fixes a problem whereby, depending on the data source used […]
Elesar Ltd has released an update for comprehensive accounts software Prophet, bringing it up to version 4.02.
Richard Ashbery’s Simple Gemoetric Programming in RISC OS BASIC website has been updated with more content – section 5, entitled “Other Graphic Designs” has been added.
If you said ‘true’ you’d be right! Kevin Wells has released a new version of his Kquiz application, which makes use of Wget to draw a series of quiz questions from the Open Trivia Database. Those questions are then presented to the user in a RISC OS window, with the application keeping a count of […]
Richard Ashbery, known for his ArtWorks, er, artworks1, has launched a new website dedicated to graphics programming in the version of BBC BASIC supplied on RISC OS Computers.
The recordings of the four talks given at the 2019 RISC OS Southwest Show are now available to view on YouTube.
The next meeting for RISC OS users in the Midlands area will take place on Saturday, 20th July at 2pm, and the main topic of the afternoon will be a discussion of using ADFFS to run old, legacy software on modern systems.