Southwest 2024 date confirmed

And a round-up of other show dates, whether known or likely! The time is almost here to say goodbye to 2023 and welcome in a whole new year, which we should probably call ‘2024’ – and if we’re looking at a new year, we may as well start thinking about the RISC OS shows that we’ll be attending, the first of which is usually the Southwest Show.

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Show report: Wakefield 2023

No London Show again? Read about the last Wakefield one instead! Due to circumstances beyond the control of the organisers, last year’s Wakefield Show morphed into the Wradfold show – Wakefield, but in Bradford – and this year, the show carried on in the same location, for much the same reason. It took place on 22nd April at the Cedar Court Hotel in – well, yes – Bradford.

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Linux gets a look-in with WROCC – 12th October

Back in June, Mark Stephens talked about using RISC OS in conjunction with MacOS at the Wakefield RISC OS User Group (WROCC) meeting, and July saw a similar overview by Andrew Rawnsley, but that time the subject was using RISC OS and Windows together. For the October meeting, a third notable operating system and how it can be used alongside ‘our’ system comes under the spotlight – Linux.

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Using Windows and RISC OS together – WROCC meeting, 5th July

Last month’s Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) meeting saw Mark Stephens talk about how he uses RISC OS and MacOS side by side, and the benefits of being able to do so – as well as the problems that can frustrate the combination. This month the group is going to look at something very similar – this time the use of RISC OS in conjunction with Windows.

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