I'm afraid we keep the number of distros that we host on the downloads page very small for a number of reasons - there's space there for RISC OS when it's mature
What's your definition of 'mature' please? I would say that the RISC OS distro at present (http://www.riscosopen.org/forum/forums/1/topics/1098
) is adolescent - showing flashes of brilliance but a little errant. It is alpha (hence the a
dolescent!) It now copes with most (if not all) SD cards, boots up in 18 seconds from power on to working networking in a desktop GUI, with no external storage required (it does also support USB pen drives both FAT formatted up to 2Gbytes and RISC OS formatted). It is currently fixed at 1920 x 1080 in screen resolution and in the distro is just plain RISC OS with some games, vector graphic editor (Draw), bitmap editior (Paint) and browser (Netsurf) with a 'welcome' page and some handy web links. Sound is currently not functioning though and the mouse pointer is provided in software (and so occasionally leaves behind its spoor as bits of mouse pointer). The zipped download is nearly 28Mbytes and the unzipped image will fit on SD cards of 256Mbytes and larger providing a separate partition for RISC OS with the FAT partition containing the 'boot' firmware above it.