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Everytime there is a major RISC OS event these same sort of negative comments appear on RISC OS forums, some of the comments being about the lack of users of RISC OS. If this is the case then why not try and advertise RISC OS more, if that 'phony' Acorn company can do it and get that much publicity why can't RISC OS ltd or Castle do it? Why don't RISC OS companies advertise more outside of the RISC OS sector, such as going to the CTS show where that new 'Acorn' company got recognised, it would get RISC OS alot more recognition and bring in new users, rather than just slagging it off on forums because of it's problems and not really doing anything about it. What ive said above should be seriously considered by RISC OS companies, as it is the only way to properly promote RISC OS and bring in new users to the platform.

 is a RISC OS UserOliverB on 17/05/06 4:11PM
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