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In reply to hEgelia: Your deduction can't be correct unless a time machine is involved!

RISC OS Six was demonstrated in a very near complete state at the recent shows, to involve new programmers would slow down completion, they may possibly want beta testers for specific bits but I doubt it. n.b. How many years of Select subscription did you make?

In reply to bluenose: "Why has this been done now" previously Castle were very against open sources, remember they took ROL to task over Printers+ so now that Castle have opened the door to some Open Sourcing, ROL can do likewise!

p.s. Is the 'preview a comment' broken in all browsers I tried posting twice yesterday but selecting preview lost all my text twice:-( (I'm using Fresco)

 is a RISC OS UserCJE on 15/11/06 11:57AM
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