>> seems to be the case), I fully agree that such support should be
>> removed *before* 18.10. Those needing such support should be
>> encouraged to remain on the current LTS, and not lured to 18.10 with a
>> false hope of continued support.
>> Removing support before 18.10 would also be a good way to draw out
>> early feedback. If enough backlash (and technically feasible to do
>> so), perhaps i386 and armhf could be (reluctantly) added back for one
>> final LTS, namely 20.04 LTS (and maybe tested in 19.10). But
>> hopefully that wouldn't be needed.
> Rebootstrapping an architecture is a non-trivial amount of work. It is
> exceedingly unlikely that, having taken the decision to drop the
> architecture, we would then decide to reintroduce it.
Hence, as I wrote, "hopefully [adding back i386 and armhf for one
final LTS] wouldn't be needed."
In any case, in my opinion, the final release to include i386 and
armhf should be an LTS release.
I suggest announcing, as soon as possible, what will be the final LTS
release that will include i386 and armhf. If 18.04 LTS won't be that
final release, then perhaps 20.04 LTS should be that final release.
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