On Fri, Jul 3, 2020 at 2:14 AM John M. Harris  wrote:

None of those bugs were release blocking, and none of them meant that x86
wouldn't boot, or that core packages didn't work

When you add so many qualifiers, you are now admitting a) you did get a response b) that things weren't perfect as you claimed.  Those were merely examples anyway.  You can find plenty more in past discussions long before the decision was made.  You cannot possibly believe that an architecture maintenance only involves a handful of bugs. It requires substantial resources which aren't free.  If you want to reduce your claim to the "many bugs that did exist and added additional maintenance burden didn't affect me personally therefore I disagree with the decision made", now that would be a more reasonable statement if one didn't keep bringing it up in unrelated discussions.