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Derivative aside. I always thought ROL's main point of contention is that regardless of who holda the IPR to RISC OS, only ROL are allowed to operate in the desktop market(later extended to other areas by Pace). Any other company wishing to peddle another version of RISC OS in the desktop market must be sanctioned by ROL, nodoubt with suitable fees.

 is a RISC OS Usersa110 on 16/12/08 12:31PM
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