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"As I said, I cannot comment on the functionality of any RO browser, but Netsurf is a browser that is developed on RO and ported to other OS, such as Linux. Google have asked the authors to provide mentorship during their "summer of code"."

I can comment; I'm one of the mentors :)

 is a RISC OS Userrjek on 27/5/09 12:57PM
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