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What I *hope* for in 2005:

Castle and VA releasing VA5000 as a free package (with Iyonix style icons and host networking). Aim - as a demo for both RISC OS and VRPC, to make it possible for some home RISC OS users to use some of the same software at work.

Select32 to be available for all machines with RO 3.5 and above.

These should (eventually) allow software developers to aim for one of two levels of operating system. 3.1 + uniboot and select.

RO Laptop or (and :) ) PDA.

Firefox project (This combined with the current Iyonix deals, would make RO a far more viable system for those not currently using it).

RiscPkg to be taken up by lots of freeware authors.

The girl I met on new year's eve to phone me :)

I wonder which is the least unlikely

 is a RISC OS Userjess on 01/01/05 09:48AM
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