Monty: Well, by "assets" what do you mean? RISC OS doesn't actually have that much worth in the business sense these days. Also remember that the source isn't entirely owned by one party: many companies have been involved in the development of RISC OS, and permission must be gained from them to release their parts. Specifically, huge chunks of the internet stack, the floating point, and the SCSI stack are owned by other people.
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