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[2]: Let it go.....
by zima on Mon 7th Nov 2011 23:55 UTC in reply to "RE: Let it go....."
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If you don't care about this stuff, then why do you even read items like this? I'm not trolling - I'm genuinely curious. I don't get where the motivation comes from.

I don't see his comment like that, don't really feel your question (as stated) is warranted, Thom - jabjoe was one of the relatively few RISC PC home users, and clearly quite into it; he stayed that way for a while. His insight is valuable / why it needs to be only praise?

(and I don't even agree with him about RISC OS drag'n'drop overuse nostalgia ;p ...especially since the bearable parts of it are mostly available in modern systems)

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