SO....if its inevitable that 32-bit ISO's will not be auto built daily anymore...
Would someone kindly write a guide on how to build an ISO, with the OEM install option, by the time 20.04 gets released?
Or just get the build bot to do it every time there is a point release (20.04, 20.04.1 etc)
I've looked a little into it, but tools like remastersys don't seem to produce the same result as an 'official' ISO.
Also, though its probably nit-picking - it may be true for most laptops and desktops but I find it hard to believe the last 32-bit machine shipped end of 2008. Surely there's a netbook or tablet from 2012 or so still using the 32bit ISA??
MS seems to have no plans to drop 32bit, why should a well known Linux distro? This makes it hard to sell Linux as a more efficient, longer-life solution.
If we're not careful 32bit users will end up in the cold, like PowerPC 32bit users are now (and Alpha users before that, the architecture is virtually dead now). Only difference is there is a hell of a lot of high-end P4s, Gen 1 Atoms and Core Duos out there than PowerMacs.