In reply to David Pilling and Peter Naulls:
"Nothing much happens because there are too few programmers left"
Well at least there is some chance that something may happen to RISC OS even if it is just the odd small thing to start with ... sounds like a positive chance compared to now (Sorry, I couldn't resist)
Geeks celebrate RISC OS time epoch Clock-watching nerds rejoiced this week as all modern ROS machines reached a mildly baffling milestone. The OS keeps track of the current time by storing it as the number of one hundredths of a second elapsed since midnight January 1, 1900 - and this figure ticked over to 0x5000000000 in the early hours of Tuesday, provoking excitement among some. 8 comments, latest by druck on 24/11/08 9:02AM. Published: 20 Nov 2008