RISC OS Slang Dictionary: From 'Artworks-beater' to 'Piers' to 'Version Junkie'By Chris Williams. Published: 27th Nov 09:36:50 | Permalink | Printable
Somebody had to document the strange things RISC OS users come up with. Regular IRC #acorn residents Peter Naulls and Dave Watson have kindly produced a slang dictionary on behalf of all RISC OS users and they welcome any submissions to the list. Worth a read, I think.
RISC OS Slang Dictionary: free.prohosting.com/~chocky/ROSlang.html
Pater Naulls: email@example.com
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