The New Drobe Discussion ForumPublished: 13th Jan 13:07:44 | Permalink | Printable
As the more astute of you may have noticed, we've updated Drobe's Discussion Forum.
The new forum is designed as a fast, easy to use meeting point for Drobe Readers around the World.
The forum contains sections for posting comments on any news item that you may read on Drobe Launch Pad.
Every news item now has a link direct to the forum so that you can discuss what you read with other interested readers.
With over 2000 registered users of Drobe Launch Pad we aim to make our forums the central meeting point for connected RISC OS users around the World!
The new forum is part of the ongoing development of Drobe Launch Pad. We stand by our claim as the most frequently updated RISC OS news resource in the World.
The team have recently made changes to the news database and some sections are now updated every 30 minutes.
The changes also allow us to provide you with 10 more news categories meaning that Drobe.co.uk really can be your Launch Pad to the Net!
Do you have a comment? We'd love to read it!
Post it to the Drobe Launch Pad Forum
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