Calling all RISC OS users: RISC OS Ltd. open online surveyBy Chris Williams. Published: 19th Mar 20:44:39 | Permalink | Printable
RISC OS Ltd., the company behind the desktop incarnation of everybody's favourite operating system, has this week announced the opening of a survey on their website. RISC OS Ltd. intend to use the survey "to build an accurate picture of who the current RISC OS users are and what they are expecting from RISC OS in the future." They stress that they will not be passing any information collected onto third parties. After submitting your entry, you are asked to wait for the confirmation page to appear before doing anything else.
In the usenet posting Paul Middleton, (Managing director of RISC OS Ltd.), explains, "Please spare a few minutes to fill it all in, and please be honest with your replies. Individuals' replies will not be passed on to any third parties, so please fill in your name and email details to enable us to correlate our records. You will not be contacted by anyone else other than RISCOS Ltd as a result of completing the survey."
RISC OS Ltd. survey: www.riscos.com/survey/
RISC OS Ltd.: www.riscos.com/
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