A project with your name on itBy Chris Williams. Published: 30th Sep 2002, 22:59:35 | Permalink | Printable
Melotech seeks RISC OS programmers. Again."There is so little news these days", remarked a fellow RISC OS portal maintainer on usenet today. Gosh. drobe.co.uk apologises then for all the articles we've written this month, over thirteen of them, including an Omega report, Select news, a full round up and more.
Exciting stuff and someone else promising exciting stuff is Mike Stubbs of Melotech. Having split off the web design bit of Melotech to form InfuseMedia, according to this exclusive press release, Melotech is now left to focus on developing RISC OS software.
"Very exciting times lie ahead for the RISC OS desktop market", Melotech proprietor Mike declared to drobe.co.uk. "We seek to develop and publish truly excellent software for the RISC OS platform and invite anyone who wants their software published to get in touch.
"As well as offering freelance developers the chance to have their software published on generous royalty schemes, Melotech has some very exciting plans to develop specific software that will lead the expansion of the RISC OS market."
Basically, as we understand it, if you're a RISC OS programmer and you want to work full time or on some form of freelance basis for Melotech, you need to contact Mike from the mail address below giving details of your postal address so a standard (buzzword alert) Non-Disclosure Agreement form can be sent to you before other work commences. As always, best of luck to Mike and Melotech.
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