If you love SPARC, Debian could use you.

From: Rod 


1) Debian Dumps SPARC for Jessie
While x86 has long been a primary server target of Linux, there are many  
other architectures out there too. One of them is Sun/Oracle's SPARC  
platform, which usually is often thought off as being only about Solaris  

Debian had been providing support for its Linux distribution running on  
SPARC since March of 1999, but that is now over for new releases. On April  
26, Debian developer Phillip Kern announced that SPARC support had been  
removed from the Debian-testing branch due to a lack porter commitments as  
well as stability issues. Debian testing is the branch that will lead to  
the Jessie release at some point in 2014.
SPARC isn't entirely out of the Debian landscape though.

"The fate of SPARC in unstable has not been decided yet," Kern wrote. "It  
might get removed unless people commit to working on it."

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followers make bloody sacrifice to hasten its arrival to this world.


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