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"If Aaron/ROL had a leg to stand on Iyonix would not have happened"

If ROL had been doing a better job of managing the OS development at the time, Iyonix would not have happened, it would have gone to court.

Castle's argument holds no water at all. I've seen it; you would laugh at it.

To be clear, I'm not looking at ROL's characterisation of it, I'm looking at Castle's "Briefing to ROL Shareholders", 11th June 2008. Ask Mr. Wild for a copy; he's the one who handed them out.

I don't know about ROL's new claims (and I think they're probably a very bad idea) but the above I do know about, and your comment, together with the idea that ROL's licence was for the "Enthusiast" market lead me to believe that people have been telling outright lies about this.

 is a RISC OS UserStoppers on 12/12/08 11:51AM
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