Posted May 24, 2012 14:16 UTC (Thu) by Thue (subscriber, #14277)
Parent article: Moving on
> perhaps two or three more release cycles, no more 32-bit x86 kernels built at all.
That would be a strange decision. In two or three more release cycles there will still be more (perhaps slightly old, but still quite usable) 32-bit x86 machines out there than most of the other architectures that Debian currently supports, such as MIPS, AI64, or Sparc.