On 2022-12-22 11:47, Wolfgang Rosenauer wrote (excerpts):
... I can only assume that upstream does not care much about some architectures.
Firefox releases are happening every 4-5 weeks and 90% are failing to build in less common architectures.
if I was a voluntary contributor I would follow upstream and abandon no longer upstream supported architectures.
If openSUSE users need something, they can of course ask for it (politely), but if noone of openSUSE wants to provide it on a voluntary base, they are left on their own.
If SUSE needs something (for paying SUSE customers), SUSE needs to pay for it and let a SUSE employee do it.
I think there is nothing bad or unfair with this. I think this is exactly right and fair.
I wish you and your families merry Christmas and a happy New Year!
Best Regards Johannes Meixner