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I think that last comment a bit unfair. I never thought that Richard had much control with Oregano 3, and did put in a lot of money, before calling it a day. RISC OS users were never going to be willing to pay the sort of sums needed for break even on the project. With Orpheus he has a solid user base, and a good basic product (if a bit pricey by todays standards, but then how many ISPs offer email, webspace, newsgroups, and uncapped usage? I wish Richard the best of luck.

 is a RISC OS User2307 on 30/6/09 8:18PM
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