I just don't see why Castle should limit RISC OS' development by restraining it to a single processor type. If someone was willing to do the work required to make RISC OS run on additional CPU architectures, it would widen their market.
@AMS: I just don't see why you want to limit RISC OS to a single CPU architecture. Its not like a multi-platform RISC OS would prevent you from running it on ARM hardware.
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South East 2008 theatre talk videos now online Didn't make to the South East 2008 show in Guildford this year? Not to worry, because on top of the usual Drobe coverage, you can now watch videos of the presentations made by RISC OS Open and RISC OS Ltd staff at the event. Recorded live at the show, the videos, in which products and projects are talked up by developers to punters, also include question and answer sessions from the floor. 13 comments, latest by rjek on 9/12/08 12:02PM. Published: 24 Nov 2008