We'd like contributions from the public, we won't pay you for it, we will expect the (c), we'll not give you all the source to make something usable, we expect you to pay to use the OS you're writing, we won't let you use the code in things we consider bad.
And the scary thing is, there are some RISC OS fans who like it so much, you will get help.
Martin Avison named as new Organizer developer RISC OS software developer Martin Avison was today unveiled as the coder working on new versions of life management package Organizer. Originally written by Chris Morison, the software was handed over to Nigel Willmott to manage and find Organizer a new developer. Announcing a new website for the package, Nigel said: "It's been a steep learning curve both for me as a software publisher, and for Martin in finding his way around approaching 30,000 lines of code, but we hope an initial new version will be ready for release very soon." 1 comment, latest by jess on 23/1/09 8:56AM. Published: 22 Jan 2009