Merry Christmas and a happy new yearBy Chris Williams. Published: 24th Dec 2008, 13:49:52 | Permalink | Printable
2008 is drawing to a close so it's time to wish every Drobe reader a merry Christmas and we hope you all have a happy new year. Thanks for dropping by every day to check out the latest RISC OS news and sticking with the site when we went silent for several months.Thanks must go to everyone who has contributed to Drobe in 2008, with special thanks to Martin Hansen, Garry Taylor, Chris Wraight, Andrew Weston, Jon Robinson, Peter Howkins, Paul Stewart and James Shaw, plus Ian Hawkins for the hosting and the denizens of #notsurf for their help, advice and lols.
Finally, this year's top 10 articles, in terms of pages viewed, are:
Most read: Wakefield 2008 show photos
2nd: Click right on with RISC OS
3rd: New RISC OS ownership claim may derail ROOL RiscPC ROM release
4th: Wakefield 2008 show live news
5th: HP and Epson printer drivers in free release
6th: Who would want an A9home PDA?
7th: Blu-ray disc burn breakthrough
8th: Maudlin over RISC OS
9th: RISC OS 6.10 available to Select subscribers
10th: NetSurf bags GBP10K investment from Google
Please don't forget to vote in this year's Drobe Awards - the winners will be announced shortly after voting closes.
For now, that's all folks. Drobe will return in the new year.
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