I don't think it's up to us to decide whether people should continue to use a 32 bit system or not.
Manu, we are just talking about the vendor of these OS who are ending support for mentioned hardware,
namely Microsoft and Apple - not us.
We are not prohibiting anything, I doubt JogAmp is that crucial - I would wish though :)
In regards to JogAmp supporting platforms and users,
my question _now_ is how my (and others, dreaming on) work on JogAmp can be supported to please the aforementioned.
If our work would be supported anything would go.
In the last months, a maximum pain moment has been reached regarding one platform (Apple's Aarch64 M1).
This resulted in one tiny contract for us.
Since this gave us some attention back, I revamped my ideas to give our dear project and the UI vision
another chance b/c I value it a lot (-> Graph UI, video etc
Traffic on the servers got a lot of traction and I have thankfully received gestures of
JogAmp is too important to die
, however, all of this didn't result in actual contracts or funding support yet.
If there is no sustainable feedback
my JogAmp work will fall back to maintenance levels from my behalf.
To be fair, I also failed to be successful for related or unrelated general contractual work sadly
and am aware of the current and ever rising world crisis.
I am surely not alone in this task these days, i.e. trying to survive this period
Hence I will stay patient and see what will happen, pressing both thumbs for all of us.
I also have to admit that my networking and selling skills are very limited,
hence everybody is more than welcome to help in this regard connecting with the right parties.
(This related either to JogAmp or other work)