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Has anyone stepped forward yet ?

If it was BBC BASIC and desktop WIMP programming I'd have gone for it.

A C programmer I am not.

(I'm busy teaching myself ARM assembly at the moment which I'm finding surprisingly rewarding. The speed boost from optimised assembler is quite astonishing...)

I can't help thinking of the NetSurf team waving a massive wad of £5 notes at the Wakefield show from sales of the NetSurf RISC OS CD.

If it helps someone step up to the mark, I'm sure most punters at the London Show would chuck that person a fiver. Hell, what's £5 ?

200 x £5 = £1000

Surely that's tempting to someone ?

Just a suggestion....

Regards, Martin.

 is a RISC OS Usermartin on 14/8/09 3:27PM
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