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Updates to Platform Pages

Contributed by jose on from the website dept.

One of the things that's been going on in the background is a cleanup of the supported platform statements and pages. Miod has informed me that the full platform pages and specific pages are getting a minor facelift. More information, a more consistent layout, and some updates with recent changes are being included. Among those changes is the drop of the Amiga platform.

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  1. By Anonymous Coward () on

    Should we consider that as a drop of the 680x0 architecture?

  2. By Dan () on

    I noticed some changes in the i386 section to reflect differences in 3.2 last night. Very nice!

  3. By lucc () lucc[@] on

    Glad to find the mvme88k in the "Active porting efforts" section. Alas I haven't been able to
    contribute for a while due to my 1yo daughter..
    she needs all my attention :-)

  4. By Anonymous Coward () on

    drahn@ removed the request for rs6k hardware from wanted.html:

    Remove RS6000 and mvmeppc board requests, no progress on supporting these, or enough hardware is available. Update other requests to newer models.

    Is there any progress on the rs6k or there is no hope for an OpenBSD/rs6k port?
    (NetBSD/prep has code for it)

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