Talk:Introduction to RISC OS

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(One example that stares one in the face is the repeated mispelling of "behaviour" as "behavior".)
(One example that stares one in the face is the repeated mispelling of "behaviour" as "behavior".)
--[[User:KA Spencer|kaspencer]] 16:00 23rd December 2012 (GMT)
--[[User:KA Spencer|kaspencer]] 16:00 23rd December 2012 (GMT)
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:I surfed here from the RISC OS installation on my Raspberry Pi. The R-Pi includes this operating system among mult-boot options included in the NOOBS image (New Out-of-Box Software) which offers to install RISC OS 5.21(04-Jun-14) from Castle Technology Ltd.2002. Perhaps an entry could be made in the Real Hardware section reflecting this recent and popular platform.[[User:DisneyWizard|DisneyWizard]] 21:38, 15 January 2015 (UTC)

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Ugh, that's a lot of verbiage added.

Please:

- remove the informal "I", "you", etc. - Add references for some of the claims. - Take out some of the subjective stuff like "rather cheaply".

If you wish to do an opinion piece on ROL/ROOL etc, then it might be better on personal wiki page. I'd prefer the riscos.info main pages stick to referenced facts. --Pnaulls 19:03, 6 July 2011 (UTC)


I was disappointed to see American English intruding into this Wiki. Could we not agree that standard English should be used in these writings? (One example that stares one in the face is the repeated mispelling of "behaviour" as "behavior".) --kaspencer 16:00 23rd December 2012 (GMT)

Missing from Real Hardware

I surfed here from the RISC OS installation on my Raspberry Pi. The R-Pi includes this operating system among mult-boot options included in the NOOBS image (New Out-of-Box Software) which offers to install RISC OS 5.21(04-Jun-14) from Castle Technology Ltd.2002. Perhaps an entry could be made in the Real Hardware section reflecting this recent and popular platform.DisneyWizard 21:38, 15 January 2015 (UTC)
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