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Best commercial software: Hmm. Not much going on here. I guess ArtWorks and EasiWriter are the only two contenders. Both are fantastic apps, though.

Best non-commercial software: NetSurf's bound to get this, and a worthy winner it will be. But PrivateEye and Parmesan deserve an honourable mention too.

Best innovative project: ROOL, surely. The GCC guys deserve credit too, as do the RPCEmu team.

Best show: No idea, sadly.

Top clanger: ROL's recent usenet diplomacy.

Top RISC OS website: C'mon - have a category for this! Much as I like the Iconbar, RISC OS just isn't the same withour Drobe :)

Gone Quiet award: Projects to update the PostScript drivers and CDFS seem to have gone a bit silent. Which is a shame, as they sounded fantastic and very useful. Hopefully they haven;t stalled, and a release is just around the corner...

 is a RISC OS Userlym on 17/12/08 10:51AM
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