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Proposal: Let's drop i386


I personally think i386 remains important to support for those people that don't have access or resources to run the latest hardware.

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On 10 May 2018 22:13:48 BST, Jeremy Bicha <jbicha at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>On Thu, May 10, 2018 at 4:25 PM, Thomas Ward <teward at thomas-ward.net>
>wrote:
>> So with the scope of this email chain, I would like to request a
>> clarification before we go forward much more with this email chain:
>Are
>> we discussing dropping 32-bit for *installer images* this cycle, or
>are
>> we talking about the complete global death of i386 as a supported
>> architecture?
>
>Let's make it simple and reserve this thread for discussion about
>dropping 32-bit installer images now.
>
>Someone else is welcome to start a separate thread to discuss the more
>controversial and complex topic of dropping i386 completely.
>
>And maybe dropping armhf completely should be a third thread since
>that hopefully will be easier than i386.
>
>Thanks,
>Jeremy Bicha
>
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