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News Round Up

Posted by Andrew Duffell on 14:02, 6/2/2005 | , , ,
 
roundup/BBC24Just a summary of a few items we have missed over the last week...

Ray Favre has released a new version of Dr Wimp which is on his website. It is a relatively minor upgrade to support a couple of new wimp-functions, and enhancements to existing functions.

SAUG meet tomorrow from 19:00 to 21:00 at Itchen College, Soton. This may be different to what you were expecting due to the usual meeting date of the second monday of the month coinciding with half term. LAUG meet on Tuesday at Birkenhead Boys School, Wirral at 19:30. As usual with these groups all are welcome.

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