On Fri, 2020-07-03 at 18:30 +0200, Gerald Pfeifer wrote:
On Fri 2020-07-03, Neal Gompa wrote:
I think we should just straight up drop this idea
of tiering. Is
there a good reason we can't just go with primary and secondary
architectures as other distros (Debian, Fedora, etc.) do?
I don't know what inspired Dirk, but FreeBSD, for example, has
My primary input on naming is to avoid "premium". Beyond that, I
go with Shakespeare: "A rose by another name" ;-)
Definitely not the Goal Gerald, I was able to get information from non-
SSE components (e.g. KDE) that aarch64 can be supported.
I suppose I couldn't get such confirmation e.g. on RISC V. So this is a
pledge to user, that we "are able to" provide the best effort on
supporting the software.