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I don't think it has something to do with an open source version otherwise the Name "Open RISC OS Ltd." would be better ;-)

Maybe they combine the two USB stacks under one API? So a company that defines open RISC OS standards...

BTW: Is everybody allowed to use "RISC OS" in a company name or does one need to contact RISCOS Ltd./Castle to do so? Who owns the right on the name?

Anyway, new companies are always welcome at least if they are not called "RISC OS Closed Ltd."

 is a RISC OS Usermaikl on 27/6/06 7:53PM
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