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New Zealand users club together

Published: 9th Jan 21:36:45 | Permalink | Printable

Steve Knutson, a Drobe user from New Zealand, has become concerned about RISC OS users being able to contact one another in his home country.

Steve has set up a mailing list through eGroups to help the increasingly isolated New Zealanders keep in contact.

To subscribe to the list visit the eGroups page.

Contacts

eGroups.com
Steve Knutson
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