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On New usergroup to launch at North-East roadshow:

Hope it went well...

John

 is a RISC OS Usermr1mac on 18/10/06 10:28PM
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On New usergroup to launch at North-East roadshow:

Yes helpful, but not location or anything... Anyway it's not enough notice for me to get away from work early.

I found original post about a week ago and looked for any follow up information. There was nothing so I took it there wouldn't be a visit after all - It wouldn't be the first time somthing RISC OS related has been planned only for it not to go ahead in the end.

I am sorry but in my mind a weeks notice isn't good enough for this sort of event. a confirmation of date and location or at least mention it was still going aheas 1 month before would have been nice. The original post IIRC just said they planed to visit on the 18th (to me that means possiblly till they publish final details)...

Anyway I guess I won't be alone in thinking the very same.

It's no big deal I am sure if it's only me who doesn't turn up but thought it wasn't unreasonable to make the comments I did and wish everyone good luck with the visit.

Thanks

John

PS I am not trying to have a go at anyone here, just explain my point of view better as someone surely thinks my point of view is misplaced.

 is a RISC OS Usermr1mac on 16/10/06 7:25PM
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On New usergroup to launch at North-East roadshow:

Would come but it's very short notice for location and tbh if I leave work in Edinburgh at 5.30-6 I aint gonna get there with much time to spare.

Good luck, I hope it is successfull

John

 is a RISC OS Usermr1mac on 14/10/06 10:17PM
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