It's thinner than Posh Spice, yes it's the RISCWorld letters page...
Well this is a simple one, it's a yes please! (Which is exactly the reply I sent to Marc, his response was)...
Thanks, I have included Cocognut in the software directory of this issue. Due to time constraints I haven't had a chance to get it reviewed but I will try to do so for the next issue. For anyone that hasn't tried Cocognut it is, as Marc says, the only peer to peer filesharing solution for RISC OS. it connects via the Gnutella network and allows users to share millions of files. I should of course point out that you should only ever upload or download files with the permission of the copyright holder.
This is a question I have been asked a few times recently, so I have written an article about how to alter the size of the ADFS harddisc partition on VirtualAcorn and it's in this very issue of RISCWorld. It's quite easy to do, once you understand how, and can easily be done in under 10 minutes.
Anyway moving on that seems to be nearly it for this letters page...
The simple answer is that we aren't getting as many letters as we used to. The number of e-mails have dropped dramatically over the last 12 months. I am sure that it isn't a co-incidence but in the same period the number of postings to the comp.sys.acorn newsgroups have also fallen by a large volume. So why not pop us quick e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can have more comment on the letters page. As I have said many times before RISCWorld is your magazine, so lets hear your views.
(P.S. And if you are a RISCWorld author nicking stuff from the letters page for your own articles then Paul Brett better stand up now!)