Work is under way on the next issue of Archive (26:2) which will be going
to the printers in early December. Contributions in the form of articles
are always very welcome, but there are other ways to get involved. Please
get in touch if you can help with any of the following:
News - have something newsworthy to report? Something you've created or
been involved in?
Cover - Archive's cover features photography from RISC OS users, often
something from their local area, especially if appropiately seasonal.
Lesser spotted RISC OS - Most users have useful applications tucked away
which have been long forgotten by the rest of the community, yet still
work fine on RISC OS 5. Archive 26:1 started a brand new column to
highlight these forgotten gems. Why not take the column over for an issue,
and tell us about your favourites? To give you an idea, the first column
kicked off with TopTen from Benoît Gilon, WinSnap from Tony Houghton, and
LockDir from Paul Vigay.
Letters and emails - Comments on anything RISC OS-related.
Programming - Yellow Pages is alive, and features short, interesting
programs. It's usually BBC BASIC, but other languages are welcome,
Hints & Tips - Everyone can help with these! Have some little RISC OS
trick that others may not know about?
Email email@example.com if you can help with any of the above, it
would be most welcome!
Don't miss the most recent issue, Archive 26:1, featuring the following
Pinboard 2.0 early review - Mark Stephens
Interview with David Pilling - Andy Marks
Resuscitating Dr Wimp - John McCartney
String art in ArtWorks - Richard Ashbery
Lesser spotted RISC OS - Andy Marks
Compute Module 4 progress - Chris Hall
RISC OS Arcade - Andrew Oyston
Pick up a PIC Part 2 - Rob Sprowson
User dictionary for eSpeak - Harriet Bazley
Acorn Retro - Colin Piggot
Yellow Pages - Nicholas Cutler
... as well editorial comment, Hints and Tips, and a full roundup of RISC
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