RISCOS Ltd. AGM open to publicBy Chris Williams. Published: 29th Aug 2003, 01:48:10 | Permalink | Printable
Annual insight into OS developer scheduled for SeptemberThe developers of RISC OS 4, RISCOS Ltd., are once again holding an open annual general meeting in much the same way as the 2002 AGM.
The 2003 AGM is to be held on Friday 12th September at the Quy Mill Hotel in Cambridge and it's open to the general public as well as company shareholders. As usual, you have to drop RISCOS Ltd. an email beforehand to request an invitation and also send them any questions you want to raise in advance of the meeting.
The changeover of ownership of RISC OS will undoubtably be raised but it's a topic RISCOS Ltd. appear to unfazed by and are instead treating the whole affair with a 'business as usual' attitude. RISCOS Ltd.'s annual report might also emerge at the meeting as it's usually due around this time of the year. Also, let us not forget how much of a scream last year's AGM was. Something we couldn't have predicted in September last year, the fact that RISCOS Ltd. and VirtualAcorn eventually stopped feuding and fighting over alleged licensing agreements and piracy. Arh. There's always someone pleading for RISC OS companies to co-operate more and look, it can happen - in time for the Wakefield 2003 show, RISCOS Ltd. and VirtualAcorn teamed up for a VirtualRiscPC RISC OS 4 combination for the MicroDigital Alpha range. For this year, we're just hoping Paul Richardson has a holiday conveniently booked during September.
Also, RISCOS Ltd. earlier this month informed Select users that a new Toolbox modules release is on the cards with the new modules being reportedly compatible with RISC OS 3.1 to 5. More details on that when it happens.
RISCOS Ltd. AGM 2003 details
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