@djsundog You joke, but coreboot *does* support a lot of ARM chips. It's just that there are a lot more than what they support. (Also there are fewer standards for ARM bringup. It's mostly an accident of history / adversarial interoperability that x86 is so compatible.)
@aschmitz yeah, it's really the missing names in that directory tree that chafe, like broadcom and allwinner ;)
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