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I'd say people in general Jwoody are in RISC OS for the enjoyment and to make things happen on their favourite platform. There's very little interest in voyeuristic thrills as things "go to the wall" or, more accurately as history demonstrates, change and adapt. New ideas are emerging, new players have emerged since the Iyonix, even new blood has entered the RISC OS community. This is I would say nothing more than an evolution and no great tragedy. This has set wheels in motion, people have become energised and I firmly hope will bring along fresh perspectives and movers to the RISC OS scene who can shake things up once again whether the old players are on board or not (preferably the former).

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