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I reckon we will see RO5 sources become available as some sort of open-source. If you remember back to how RO5 came about, it was down to Pace engineers somehow getting the source code when they left Pace plc.

Now that Castle have effectively got rid of all their hardware and software engineers I reckon the same thing is going to happen all over again. We'll have another variant of RO.

Lets hope something good comes of it. RO6 anyone?

nx

 is a RISC OS Usernx on 16/08/06 9:10PM
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