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The Icon Bar: News and features: RISCOS.org gets revamp

RISCOS.org gets revamp

Posted by Andrew Poole on 22:41, 11/6/2005 | , ,
The VigayRISC OS advocate and general nutter, Paul "The" Vigay, has revamped his RISCOS.org website to turn it into more of a weblog type portal.

The RISC OS links database has also been given a bit of a redesign, although the black on black text doesn't work quite so well (although Paul is still working on it, so we'll let him off, just this once). The new-look RISCOS.org allows users to comment on the weblog style news items that appear on the site.

On the redesigned site, Paul tells us that "Hopefully, this will enable me to keep it a bit more up-to-date and feature new items more often."

Paul "The" Vigay (Appreciation Society)

  RISCOS.org gets revamp
  ad (11:52 12/6/2005)
  flibble (17:22 12/6/2005)
    ad (18:02 12/6/2005)
Andrew Duffell Message #93674, posted by ad at 11:52, 12/6/2005

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Let's hope he does "keep it a bit more up-to-date". It's a high ranking result in Google for "RISC OS" so it helps to be an advert for the OS.
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Peter Howkins Message #93675, posted by flibble at 17:22, 12/6/2005, in reply to message #93674

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Personally, I feel Paul is free to do whatever he wishes too with his site. All this talk of 'bad for the platform' is merely highlighting the fact that you need to check more than the top few hits on Google. Get over it, the web is full of ancient RO based websites.
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Andrew Duffell Message #93676, posted by ad at 18:02, 12/6/2005, in reply to message #93675

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I never said he couldn't. It just would be good if he does. like it is good if all sites are kept up to date.
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