Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 31st Oct 2011 12:59 UTC, submitted by Martin H Hansen
RISC OS Sometimes, on a rather boring and run-of-the-mill Monday, I get news in the submission queue which just puts a gigantic smile on my face. We've talked about the Raspberry Pi before on OSNews, and other than reporting that everything's on track for a Christmas launch, it has also been announced that the Raspberry Pi will be able to run... RISC OS. A British educational ARM board running RISC OS? We have come full circle. And I couldn't be happier. Update: Theo Markettos emailed me with two corrections - Markettos isn't actually a representative of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, and the quoted bits are transcribed, they're not Markettos' literal words. Thanks for clearing that up!
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RE: Comment by AnythingButVista
by jabjoe on Mon 31st Oct 2011 16:00 UTC in reply to "Comment by AnythingButVista"
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That's kind of how I feel. But I probably feel Latin is more useful to know than RiscOS. Unix is Latin really. Understand Latin and you understand many languages. Understand Unix and you understand many OSs. Linux is just the Latin all the cool young kids are speaking today. Ok mixed metaphors but you get my point! Python and Linux over BBC BASIC and RiscOS by a thousand to one!

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