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RISC OS User Group Of London



ROUGOL is a not-for-profit organisation consisting of RISC OS 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 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?


The next RISC OS London Show is on Saturday 28th October 2017.

Next meeting - Monday 20th February 2017 
(P)review of the year - Open discussion

This month we will be looking backwards and forwards at the RISC OS scene!

We will start by reviewing the highs and lows of last year using the nominees for the RISC OS Awards as a starting point, plus the alternative options that people have suggested. (If you haven't voted yet, what are you waiting for? The poll is open until the end of the month)

Then we'll be discussing our hopes and fears for the coming year, starting with what we would like to see at next weekend's South West Show.

Bring along your thoughts and opinions for a lively discussion over a drink and some food :-)

Click here for full details

Future Meetings
20 Mar: TBC
17 Apr: TBC
15 May: TBC
19 Jun: PGP Cryptography and Security, Dr Nat Queen

If there is a topic you would like to see covered, or (even better!) if there is a subject/program you would like to talk about or demonstrate, please contact us.

Recent Meetings
January: CloudFS + Font Directory Pro, Rob Sprowson, Elesar Ltd - Report...
December: Informal Christmas meal
November: Sound Synthesis and 3D Graphics, Anthony Bartram, Amcog Games
October: System Comparisons, Chris Hall
September: The Micro One, Tom Williamson, Ident Computer
August: BeebDroid, Kenton Price and Reuben Scratton, Little Fluffy Toys - Slides...

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.