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My predictions for 2005: druck & co will continue sniping on Usenet Castle will continue their stupid spat with everyone else while RISC OS 5 goes nowhere Oregano 3 won't land on RISC OS Cino still won't be released (I still say it's all unproven pointless hot air anyway) STD will produce yet another astonishing multifaceted rabbit from their hat VirtualRiscPC will be released for Linux We'll see yet another bloomin' web browser rear it's head Microdigital will release a CPU upgrade for Omega but it will require Select32. Unipod software becomes stable. Kortink will release viewfinder code as opensource Qercus will get a decent name and some content

Ok, I'm just being silly with those last few (draw the line wherever you desire) ;-) I expect some reaction to that lot :-D Here's to a fine 2005 for all, anyhow.

 is a RISC OS Userimj on 31/12/04 3:48AM
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