Unix does Unix very well.... would Unix do RISC OS well ? I don't think so.
If I want to use Linux I'd fire up Red Hat 7 on my PC at home - why bother with this RISC OS pretense at all then.
Reading things like the above just get me tired beyond belief. Linux has a place, Windows has a place, is *no one* going to speak up on RISC OS's behalf - or is it just to be treated as another means to coax/cojole or otherwise push the few remaining users onto another platform.
We have feet guys - we're not obliged to shoot them
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