is anyone still using the binaries for 32-bit x86 linux?
if you do, please let us know—the current idea is to phase them out in the not-so-distant future

github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/iss
lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipe

@orionwl Out of curiosity, what is the argument for phasing them out? Is 32-bit support holding up any performance improvements for 64-bit usage? Because other than that it sounds like just another CI job building an extra binary.

@stevenroose the PR and Marco's mail answers that question

no, it is unrelated to performance, you can still self-build on 32-bit

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@orionwl Ah yeah makes sense if developers can't test, it doesn't make sense to provide them.

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