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ABOUT ROUGOL

ROUGOL is a not-for-profit organisation consisting of Acorn/RISC OS computer users in London and the south-east. Our aim is to bring those users together. There is no membership fee and entry to all meetings is free. To find out more, email us.

MEETINGS

Meetings are held on the third Monday of every month. Most meetings feature a guest speaker, demonstrating the latest hardware or software, giving tutorials of software both new and old, or simply to kick off discussions on the current hot topic. Entrance is free, so why not come along and say hello?


Next meeting - Monday 16th January 2023 
RISC OS Developments news - Richard Brown and Andrew Rawnsley

For our first meeting of 2023 we will be having a fully hybrid meeting, with speakers and audience being half online and half in person!

We will be joined in the pub by Richard Brown (bringing his Pinebook Pro along for everyone to have a play with) and on Zoom by Andrew Rawnsley, as the dynamic duo bring us the latest news on RISC OS Developments projects.

They will no doubt also update us on what to expect to see at the RISC OS SouthWest Show which will be taking place on Saturday 25th February 2023.

Click here for more details

Future Meetings
16 Jan: RISC OS Developments, Richard Brown and Andrew Rawnsley
20 Feb: History of Sibelius, Ben Finn, original author
20 Mar: TBC
If there is a topic you would like to see covered at a future meeting, or (even better!) if there is a subject you would like to talk about, please contact us.


Recent Meetings
November: Right On Commander Mark Moxon, ex-editor Acorn User
October: Pinebook Pro, Andrew Rawnsley, R-Comp
September: Cancelled for Queen's funeral
August: Summer Party!
July: Desktop Modernisation Engine, Paolo Fabio Zaino
June: RISC OS 35th Birthday, Liam Proven + special guests from Acornsoft
May: General discussions
April: General online chat
March: GAG News 30th Birthday, Herbert zur Nedden
February: Lockdown Diversions, Terry Swanborough
January: Recoding the Classics, Jeroen Vermeulen

Click here for a full index of past meetings, reports etc...
If you see a topic that hasn't been covered for a while that you think needs revisiting, please let us know.


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