On Thu, Jul 2, 2020 at 4:54 PM John M. Harris Jr 
That's not really true. When it came down to it, it was dropped while 32 bit
Fedora still worked perfectly. I'm left with 5 systems that will never be
updated as a result. I asked for a list of issues that warranted ending 32 bit
support while it still worked, and got nothing. Two weeks after the proposal,
the announcement was made, and support was dropped.

This is just not true at all.   32-bit was bitrotting and community support didn't pan out


"This was last proposed with Fedora 27, but it was deferred as an i686 SIG was to be created to handle issues going forward. That SIG has been largely unresponsive."