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Rougol May Talk

Posted by Mark Stephens on 14:28, 14/5/2021 |
 
Just a reminder that Rougol have their regular monthly online talk on monday night.
 
It is free to attend, its online and this month Gerph is going to be talking about Software testing.
 
If you are a RISC OS user, what else would you be doing on a monday night?
 
Rougol website
 
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Cloverleaf campaign goes live

Posted by Mark Stephens on 14:35, 5/5/2021 |
 
Stefan has relaunched his Cloverleaf campaign on Kickstarter. He explains it much better than me in his email, so over to Stefan...
 
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April News round-up

Posted by Mark Stephens on 12:21, 30/4/2021 |
 
Some things we noticed this month. What did you see?
 
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!Organizer update for Wakefield Show

Posted by Mark Stephens on 17:51, 24/4/2021 |
 
They did not do a talk, but !Organizer announced a new release for the Wakefield show.
 
The update to 2.29a adds some updates for using with Iris. This release is free to users of 2.29 and show discounts for others (see their website for show prices).
 
We will have a review as soon as we can.
 
 
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Wakefield Show 2021 Preview

Posted by Jeffrey Lee on 15:45, 18/4/2021 | ,
 
This year's Wakefield Show is set to take place this coming Saturday, the 24th of April. With the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic ruling out the possibility of a physical get-together, this is WROCC's first attempt at an all-online version of the show. "Visitors" won't have any show stalls to peruse, but instead there's a full day of virtual theatre presentations planned, with the whole event streamed for free on Facebook, YouTube, and Zoom.
 
Although the schedule is still subject to change, the day is currently planned out as follows:
  • 10:30 AM - AMCOG Games will be celebrating the release of their latest game, "Spy Mission: The Ice Caves of Dr. Atom", as well as giving updates on RDSP and the AMCOG Development Kit, and a quick look at their impressive back-catalogue of previous games.
  • 11:30 AM - A bumper two-hour slot for RISC OS Developments to discuss the latest OS developments (Iris web browser, new TCP/IP stack, Pinboard 2, and more), and R-Comp/RCI to discuss their latest hardware & software developments, including some surprises & special offers.
  • 1:30 PM - Half-hour lunch break
  • 2:00 PM - RISC OS Open with updates on OS development and the bounties
  • 3:00 PM - Sine Nomine Software will be demonstrating the forthcoming RiscOSM version 2.00, and development updates on their other software
  • 3:30 PM - Elesar will be showcasing the recently-resurrected TextEase Studio, as well as showing off some of their hardware products.
  • 4:00 PM - CJEInfo Micro's will no doubt be discussing the latest updates to their product line
  • 4:30 PM - Soft Rock Software are aiming to release an updated version of Escape from Exeria, the first game that was released under the SRS label
  • 5:00 PM - Cloverleaf Project will be discussing their new Kickstarter, their hardware projects, and Paolo Zaino's Desktop Modernisation project.
  • 5:30 PM - RISCOSbits will be showing off their range of cases and accessories (including their new Raspberry Pi 4 based "PiAno"), and maybe some previews of in-development products
  • 6:00 PM - The afterparty - the Zoom call will be left open to allow the participants to chat informally
Each presentation is planned to include a Q&A section at the end, with questions drawn from the Zoom audience - so if you want to take part in that, or the after-show discussion, make sure to email zoom@wakefieldshow.org.uk to receive an invite to the call.
 
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Reminder to set your clocks for Rougol talk on monday night

Posted by Mark Stephens on 08:00, 16/4/2021 |
 
(As if you needed it), a quick reminder that Sophie Wilson (the co-designer of the BBC Micro and original designer of the ARM chip), will be giving a talk for Rougol on monday night about the Future or Microprocessors with a Q & A afterwards and lots of BBC/ RISC OS trivia.
 
The talk starts at 7:45pm and is free. You just need to ask ROUGOL for an invite...
 
Rougol website
 
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April update for Iris browser

Posted by Mark Stephens on 09:44, 7/4/2021 |
 
There is another update for the Iris browser (now version 1.010).
 
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March News Round-up

Posted by Mark Stephens on 08:11, 29/3/2021 |
 
Some things we noticed this month. What did you see?
 
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Git comes to RISC OS

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Daryl Dudey talks about Graphics Programming Using DARIC

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ROOL updates DDE

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Another new game to keep you busy....

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February News Round-up

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TextEase reviewed - Knowledge trees

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