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Pete:

The important page to read when considering wasting their time doing things like that is [link] - I should think the fuss that was made when news of this new company using an old name first came out is the reason they've made those points clear on that page.

They're still describing themselves even there as a 're-launched' ACL, but they're making it quite clear that they have no connection to RISC OS.

 is a RISC OS UserVinceH on 11/9/06 6:51PM
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