[Buildroot] So what do we do about all the unmaintained boards?

Peter Korsgaard jacmet at uclibc.org
Thu Jan 29 15:04:02 UTC 2009


>>>>> "Ulf" == Ulf Samuelsson <ulf.samuelsson at atmel.com> writes:

 Ulf> VENDOR	BOARD		KERNEL
 Ulf> AMD	Dbu1500		2.6.19.1
 Ulf> ARM	AT91SAM9260	2.6.24					REMOVE?
 Ulf> ARMLTD	Integrator926	2.6.22.9
 Ulf> Atmel	Plenty		All are or will soon be 2.6.28
 Ulf> Hitachi	MS7206SE01	No kernel config
 Ulf> jp	q5		2.4.26/29/32				REMOVE?
 Ulf> KWIKBYTE kb9202		2.6.24
 Ulf> mips	malta		2.6.21.5
 Ulf> Sharp	LNode80		2.4.26					REMOVE?
 Ulf> Soekris	net4521/4801	2.4.29					REMOVE?
 Ulf> Valka	v100sc2		No kernel config
 Ulf> Via	epia-mii	2.6.11.5				REMOVE?
 Ulf> x86	i386		2.6.21.5

 Ulf> The reason for removing the ARM directory, is that it does not make
 Ulf> any sense to do a "generic ARM".

I have been wanting to get rid of (atleast all the really ancient)
boards for some time, I don't remember ever seeing any updates to
them.

Either we mark them as DEPRECATED and remove them after the release,
or we do it now.

-- 
Bye, Peter Korsgaard


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