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I think that's extremely unlikely - if that were to happen it would've happened already, when the Iyonix was released. This is much less contentious because no money will be exchanged, and because noone is selling a computer running RISC OS.

I expect there to be a lot of huff and bluster from certain parties if they believe their license is being infringed, but we are very unlikely to see any real action now.

 is a RISC OS Userninja on 29/7/09 5:47PM
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