Without setting a foot outside your own door! Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) meetings routinely take place at the West Yorkshire Sports and Social Club – but those regular meetings have been put on hold by the current health crisis. However, the lockdown situation doesn’t necessarily mean meetings are prevented altogether, only that they […]
The Midlands User Group (MUG) usually meets once every other month, and the meeting this month would ordinarily have taken place today – but like other user group meetings and shows, it couldn’t go ahead because of the pandemic and consequent lockdown.
…ALL user group meetings suspended With world in the grips of a pandemic and (like many countries) the UK in lockdown to some degree – just how much of a lockdown may depend on where you are, and what you do – it should be no surprise to anyone who hasn’t had their head buried […]
Although it’s really aimed at new users, anyone can download and use it, so With the launch of the new distribution of RISC OS for the Raspberry Pi, called RISC OS Direct, existing users of the operating system may be wondering what’s in it and whether or not they should consider switching to it for […]
Bristol RISC OS users can next get together for an informal drink and/or meal on Wednesday, 11th March. Starting from around 7:30pm, the place to head for is:
The next regular meeting for RISC OS users in the Southampton area will take place on Tuesday, 10th March, at the usual location:
The Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club‘s next meeting will feature Tony Bartram of AMCOG Games as guest speaker.
The RISC OS User Group of London (ROUGOL) will be looking at the BBC Microcomputer this month, with a visit from Jason Nicholls, an active member of the Acorn and BBC User Group (ABUG) and regular exhibitor at shows, representing Retro Software.
The next opportunity for RISC OS users in the Southampton area to get together, be they locally resident or visiting from afar, is Tuesday, 11th February, when the local user group will hold its next meeting.
The next meeting of the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) will take place at 7:45pm tomorrow evening (5th February) and rather than a guest speaker, there will be various examples of interesting software and hardware demonstrated on an informal, one to one bases, brought in by several members. The meeting place is the West […]