Proposal: Let's drop i386
On 2018-05-09 14:54, Oliver Grawert wrote:
> Am Mittwoch, den 09.05.2018, 16:07 -0400 schrieb Bryan Quigley:
>> Less and less non-amd64-compatible i386 hardware is available for
>> consumers to buy today from anything but computer part recycling
> i386 is still very popular in the embedded and industrial world
>From what I know, the vast majority of current devices in these worlds
are not i386/x86, but more likely arm. 32-bit, yes, but not i386.
> while i agree that installer images for it should go away since they
> actually generate noticeable extra work in testing and QA
As I understood it, that was what this was about.
> i386 packages in the archive is something we get for free from debian
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