Yes to Oregano 3By Chris Williams. Published: 5th Apr 2005, 17:28:15 | Permalink | Printable
So much for 'don't ask, don't tell'It would appear that the answer to the straightforward question, "Will Oregano 3 happen?" is "Yes". Richard Brown of OreganoUK, the RISC OS distributor of Oregano 3, confirmed to users today that Oregano 3 will happen, although he neglected to give any further details. Rome wasn't built in a day, remember.
Less than a month ago, Richard asked punters to email OreganoUK if they wanted to see version 3 of the Oregano web browser. Thanking all those who replied, Richard added that the survey (which is now closed) received "a very good response with constructive comments from various people". Oregano is developed by Oregan, who sell the browser's core to the likes of Sony and other big businesses for use in embedded applications.
OreganoUK have also changed name to GeneSys, which might sound familiar to you.
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