RISC OS User Group Of London
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 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 17th December 2018
Informal Christmas Meal -
Due to the high seasonal demand for restaurant space ROUGOL does not arrange a formal meeting in December, as we may have to meet downstairs in the bar.
As there is no set topic or speaker for this meeting, it is an ideal
opportunity for informal discussions about what has happened in the RISC OS
world this year and hopes for next year over a drink and a meal.
Click here for full details
17 Dec: Informal Christmas meal
21 Jan: TBC
18 Feb: Chris Cox, computer division manager at Acorn RISC Technologies
18 Mar: TBC
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.
The next RISC OS London Show is on Saturday 26th October 2019.
November: RISC OS Developments Ltd, Richard Brown
October: Acorns in Aerospace, Keith Emerton
September: Prophet and more, Rob Sprowson, Elesar Ltd
August: Meet the mini.m and si.zeRO, Bryan Hogan (with thanks to RISCOSbits)
July: DrawScript, David Lane - web references
June: RPCemu, Matthew and Peter Howkins - Peter's slides and Matthew's slides
May: Raspberry Pi Interfacing with BBC BASIC, Andrew Conroy, Owl Art Un Ltd
April: 30 years up in ARMs, Clive Semmens - Summary...
March: Game Development, Square Games and AMCOG Games
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.