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SubjectRe: Old platforms: bring out your dead
Hi Arnd,

Le 08/01/2021 à 23:55, Arnd Bergmann a écrit :
> After v5.10 was officially declared an LTS kernel, I had a look around
> the Arm platforms that look like they have not seen any patches from
> their maintainers or users that are actually running the hardware for
> at least five years (2015 or earlier). I made some statistics and lists
> for my article last year [1], so I'd thought I'd share a summary
> here for discussion about what we should remove. As I found three
> years ago when I removed several CPU architectures, it makes sense
> to do this in bulk, to simplify a scripted search for device drivers, header
> files and Kconfig options that become unused in the process.


> * oxnas -- added in 2016, but already old then, few changes later

There is still active users in the openwrt community, so it would be goods to keep it for now.
And we have an OX820 board in KerneCI so it's still maintained & boot-tested.


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