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It's tempting to say that if it's a choice between an all bangs and whistles website and getting on with developing the code that is RISC OS, I'd support developing the code. <BR> ...BUT... <BR> ...it is time to replace the existing site with a small, straight forward effort that just focuses on a few key aspects, like this excellent article does. That need only be a one-week job for someone who knew what they were doing... <BR> I suggest ROL get it on their "to do" list...

 is a RISC OS Usermartin on 22/4/09 9:58AM
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