Would you believe I had an email last night from someone in central Queensland asking me if I could help them get a RISC OS machine! Seems unlikely but it is true!
Perhaps I should suggest he reads Drobe before we proceed any further!
From my involvement since the 1980's I've seen a capable and brilliant system slowly wither. What we need now is for all the energy, resources and funds to be directed in a positive way to the benefit of RISC OS as a whole. If we continue with a factional approach that is little more than a civil war then we will end up like so many African nations.
Pull your fingers out, bang heads and then get on with working together and stop this destructive nonsense!
Acorn grandee Steve Furber to visit usergroup Prof Steve Furber, who was one of the designers behind the BBC Microcomputer and the 32bit ARM processor, will give a talk about the history of Acorn and what he's up to these days to the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club next month. 1 comment, latest by Wakeman on 3/2/09 6:49PM. Published: 20 Jan 2009