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markee174:

"Hindsight is always a wonderful thing...."

And you can't make progress if you don't understand what's gone before.

"We need positive ideas to go forward, not endless bickering on who is to blaim for where we are."

Many have previously been offered, I've explained why they won't be accepted.

"Given that ROL, Castle (and indeed Qercus and lots of others) depend on the RISCOS market for their livelihood at least in part, they all have a vested in terest in its survival are presumably trying to ensure that in their own way."

As I said, you have to understand the motivations of ROL and Castle.

 is a RISC OS UserWill! on 3/7/06 11:00AM
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