I've no idea who's most at fault here, even after reading the usenet discussion - it seems like an unfortunate misunderstanding that's been blown out of proportion (sadly, this seems to happen quite a lot). I have to say, as someone who produces the odd utility for RISC OS now and then, I would be extremely annoyed if someone distributed another version without contacting me. Is there no way this could be resolved? Could you and Peter try and resolve your differences by email, rather than insulting each other in a public forum?
How to convince more websites to work with the RISC OS Firefox port Although the Firefox port for RISC OS can access far more websites than any other web browser on the platform, it's still locked out of some sites because it doesn't declare itself as Firefox to web servers. Here Paul Stewart explains how to make the port tango with more picky websites. 16 comments, latest by sa110 on 20/2/09 5:45PM. Published: 3 Jan 2009