Forthcoming RISC OS eventsBy Chris Williams. Published: 24th Aug 2004, 08:20:08 | Permalink | Printable
RISC OS in publicThe year certainly wouldn't be complete without the autumn round of RISC OS shows and related events to cap it all off, so here's a list of the plans so far.
The RISC OS South East show in Guildford, UK, is going ahead this year and will be held on the 23rd October. Anyone interested in exhibiting should contact the organisers. The main news from the show at the moment is that the charity stall (a RISC OS show institution), isn't going to be offering hardware this year due to "recycling legislation coming into force in August".
Looking over to the mainland Europe, ArcSite reports that there'll be a RISC OS presence at the alternative computering event, Fun of Computing 2004, held in early October. Also, there's XzentriX 2004, a three day alternative computering event where RiscPCs and other RISC OS kit should be seen.
Finally, we're told the UK Midlands 2004 show, organised by the ARM Club and usually held at the National Motorcycle Museum in November, is still going ahead - this is following the fire last year that destroyed it. The ARM Club's David Ruck said, "[The Museum] claim it will be ready for us, but as we'll be the first to use it, any delays could be critical."
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