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You sure it's a downgrade? Though one must admit that in the recent past ROL did seem to publish upgrades more often.

Anyhow - how about all them RPC users who didn't go for RO4 or Select?

And then there are users who prefer open source OS or who want to support RO5 and ROOL hoping to see RO on some new hardware at some point?

BTW, RO5 on an A9home might be very tempting for many :-)

But from my personal point of view you're right that it is preferreable that RO5 effort is into new hardware like Beagle/Cortex opposed to the old and quite a bit slower hardware.

 is a RISC OS Userhzn on 26/4/09 9:32AM
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