Best way to put this thing to bed is to get the contract finalised and the source "out there". If people wish to use it they'll be bound by the contract it's released with. John Cartmell can merrily speculate about what is IPR and what is a CD until the cows come home. I am pretty sure that if legal bods have given the contract a good close examination and give Castle/ROOL the nod to release then the IPR issue is settled.
Companies don't get to release stuff like this unless they're legally advised they're on sound footing.
Partis Computing takes over DigiFlash range Partis Computing has reveal it has taken over further development of Surftec's DigiFlash products, which it originally created for Surftec in 2001 and 2002. Existing users have been invited to apply to receive the latest driver updates. Gary Partis, of Partis Computing, said: "We are best placed for continued development of these products." Users can plug Flash memory cards into their RISC OS computers via the parallel printer port using a DigiFlash interface device. Surftec withdrew from the platform in 2003. Discuss this. Published: 22 Mar 2009