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The Icon Bar: News and features: Oregano 3 confirmed (and other interweb news)
 

Oregano 3 confirmed (and other interweb news)

Posted by Phil Mellor on 14:50, 7/4/2005 | , , , ,
 
Oregano 3
GeneSys Developments Ltd (formerly Oregano UK) have confirmed that Oregano 3 is to go ahead. Last month Richard Brown gauged support for the project on the Oregano mailing list, which he says provided "a very good response with constructive comments from various people".

The RISC OS browser issue
Peter has provided a useful update on the RISC OS browser issue.

Orpheus Internet
Paul Vigay (pictured right) is optimistic that he can start migrating Argonet ADSL accounts over to his new ISP, Orpheus Internet, very soon. Writing in his latest newsletter, he says that ADSL customers should be contacted within the next week, and that most other subscribers will be migrated over by the end of April.

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The RISC OS browser issue by Peter Naulls
The RISC OS browser issue by Peter Howkins
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