On Wed, Jul 12, 2017 at 04:24:22PM +0200, Hans de Goede wrote:
Which is yet another generic, non specific call for help. Which
unsurprisingly (given its unspecificness) did probably not get
a lot of response.
What would be helpful is a concrete list of things people who
care about i686 can work about. For example an i686 kernel tracker
bug + link to that on the https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Kernel
I believe that something among the lines of: "we need help, but we
are not really specifying what, still please do something" is not
going to get you a lot of help.
I think this is missing the point. It's not that there are specific
things that need to be fixed that need extra emergency attention. I
mean, there are, but the problem is higher than that. It's that there
is no one interested owning the *overall general maintenance*. That
includes making and maintaining the specific help-wanted list you are
looking for. If we don't even have anyone who wants to do that, how can
we possibly reasonably support the architecture?
Meanwhile, I don't personally care about PowerPC (for example), but I
know that if there's a problem, these people
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