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So long as the APIs remain the same its a shame, a sad duplication of effort/resources, and bad publicity but not otherwise a huge issue. The Linux world manages to thrive with several 'versions' and a little competition might even be a good thing to encourage better ideas, marketing, etc.

Ultimately its the applications we can run on RISCOS that really matter....

 is a RISC OS Usermarkee174 on 14/12/08 3:36PM
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