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Spot on with the second paragraph. However,at present there is uncertainty about the ownership of RO 5. This is likely to put off developers.

ROL should issue ROOL with a license. The offer of a license that needs signing would mean that ROOL would have to take sides to accept it. They need to stay neutral. Publically issuing a license should solve any doubt problems.

(ie whoever owns RO 5 or the rights to desktop RISC OS, becomes immaterial for non comercial use.)

 is a RISC OS Userjess on 2/1/09 10:44AM
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