Severity: wishlist

The buildd status on shows individual architectures using
colors and symbols such as ⎇ ∉ ✔ ✘ ∿.  Alas, these symbols are arranged
by arch name, without grouping into release and non-release archs.  This
means, it is not obvious at a glance if a given failure is important or not.

Even RC regressions aside, I would like to know if it's a modern arch with
real users such as ppc64el or a museal/hobbyist piece such as hppa.  While
porting to weird archs may uncover real bugs[1], most of us have sharply
limited tuits, and thus would prefer to prioritize.

Thus, could you please put all release archs first, -ports later?


[1]. Once, a failure on hppa let me notice that upstream code has a bogus
fixed-size assumption on the size of pthread cond var objects.

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Foreign Architectures: i386

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