Warm Silence Software not so silentPublished: 8th Jul 2006, 13:05:53 | Permalink | Printable
AWOL website worries addressedWarm Silence Software may have gone very silent recently, but we've learnt they haven't totally disappeared despite users' fears. Their website has been pointing at a now seemingly defunct demon.co.uk address for a while now, but we're assured the publishers of ImageNFS and CDROMFS haven't thrown in the towel completely.
WSS's Robin Watts said: "WSS is still around, but due to a cock up we've lost the website. At some stage it should reappear, but that would involve finding time to sort it out.
"Our bills are paid by contract work, and have been for many years.
"Most of the software we have produced has come about because we've needed or wanted it for ourselves. Having said that I use RISC OS mostly for editing and email only these days, so the odds of any new software coming out from us isn't great."
The Warm Silence Software domain name wss.co.uk isn't due to expire until October this year. In the meantime, you can still contact them by email. WSS's software library is here, although some packages have reverted back to their original authors - including CDBurn and Cabriolet.
Warm Silence Software on Archive.org
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