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I really cannot see this happening. When the Shared Source Initative is fully up and running, people "possibly if they havent used RISC OS for a long time but still have a RiscPC in storage" will keep their RiscPC in storage. This is the sort of person who has moved onto either Linux, Mac OS or even Windows. As I see it working on developing RISC OS under the SSI will already have upgraded to at least an A9.

 is a RISC OS UserJWCR on 15/01/07 4:05PM
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