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Good positive news, to be welcomed.

This hopefully *will* encourage more development of the RISC OS 5 and it's capabilities (both in supporting new hardware, a new motherboard should CTL produce one, and also in UI elements where it might be argued Select has the edge).

To some extent RISC OS developers now become *stakeholders* in the OS - and that sense may well encourage more substantial developments of the OS and even the platform.

In my humble opinion *good news*.

 is a RISC OS UserAMS on 30/09/06 5:54PM
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