Nothing to see here, move alongBy Peter Naulls. Published: 30th May 2003, 12:57:01 | Permalink | Printable
Last day at Pace
You'll remember our article about Pace redunancies and subsequent flogging of gear on eBay.
Well, today is that last day, and most of those employees have by now removed themselves to a nearby Cambridge pub (they certainly chose an excellent day for it). The employees in question - many of who also worked for Acorn, mark the removal from Pace of any tangible link to RISC OS.
For the rest of us, we've hopefully moved on, and are no longer dwelling on the follies of Acorn and lack of interest in RISC OS by Pace, with development having been in the hands of more enthusistic people for some time.
Cheers especially to: Hedley, William, Stewart, Ben, Richard, Rob, Neil and Andrew.
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