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It seems sad that this whole episode has been raked up from 2004 again.

I think JB was trying to clarify things with respect to who can distribute the existing 32bit SCL and now everyone seems to be going over old disputes again and from it seems a position of little knowledge of all the facts.

Perhaps people could calm down before they finally destroy whats left of the market.

Anyway how about this for a constructive suggestion.

Castle state they maybe willing to sale RISCOS IPR if the price is right

RISCOS Ltd have already stated they have been looking at how to fund RISCOS Development with a possible share sale in Jan2006.

RISCOS Ltd actually approach Castle after securing funds and purchase RISCOS IPR and give Castle rights to use it.

RISCOS is under one roof once more and unified and everyone is happy.

Just then the mutterings start about ...

Dream finishes and I back in the real world listening to people bickering instead of offering constructive ways forward.

 is a RISC OS Userbluenose on 19/1/06 6:20PM
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