If you’re heading towards the Southwest Show in Bristol on Saturday, and there’s something you’ve been thinking of buying from Elesar Ltd, now is the time to do it. The company is once again offering a ‘click and collect’ option for physical goods, which shaves off the postage cost for physical goods. If the option […]
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 […]
The five talks given at the recent RISC OS London Show were recorded by Leo White, who has now put the videos online so that they can be watched by those unable to make it to the event (or who, as exhibitors, couldn’t step away from their stands in order to watch them). These talks […]
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 recordings of the four talks given at the 2019 RISC OS Southwest Show are now available to view on YouTube.
RISC OS Open Ltd are once again joining forces with Elesar Ltd to operate a ‘click and collect’ service for those able to collect any goods ordered from the latter at the Southwest Show next Saturday. If you have something you want to buy from Elesar and you’re attending the show, opting to use this […]
Courtesy of Leo White, the five talks from the RISC OS London Show 2018 are now available to watch on YouTube. So, in the order they were listed on the show programme, here they are:
A couple of years ago, RISC OS was dropped from the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s NOOBS (New Out of Box Software) system, designed to make it easy for new Pi users to set their system up with whichever available operating system they wished. Our beloved OS was dropped because it took longer than expected (and hoped) […]
Following the acquisition of Castle Technology Ltd by RISC OS Developments Ltd, announced earlier this month, the new owners have now revealed that the operating system is to become fully1 open source.
And unlike the post on 1st April, this one is NOT a joke! It has just been announced that RISC OS Developments Ltd, the company formed last year by Andrew Rawnsley and Richard Brown, has acquired Castle Technology Ltd, and with it RISC OS itself.