And it wasn't going to be a full rant, only a demi-rant.....
I suppose on reflection I can't state that it was "quite right", it was more an expression of an opinion than a statement of fact, my appologies for not making that clear. I believe it to be quite right - but that does not necessarily make it so.
That having been said you (like me and a lot of others) haven't seen the license so you can't definitively say that Castle were *not* within their rights to object.
And then there's the other thing, is ROL hell bent on defending their (alledged) "right" to push RISC OS users over to Microsoft Windows even to the point of putting the whole platform in jeopardy - is that what things have come to ... I certainly hope not.
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Prototype affordable Braille display in development A low-cost computer-controlled Braille board has been prototyped by a RISC OS-using university student. Undergraduate Edward Rogers hopes to sell his completed units for as little as 200 quid each to schools and families to allow more blind children to continue learning Braille. And he said he wanted to launch his venture using RISC OS-powered kit before offering a package for other platforms. 10 comments, latest by epokh on 27/6/09 12:49PM. Published: 22 Nov 2008