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Thu Jun 25 05:52:11 EDT 2020

does not provide a functional image with either Linux 4.14 or 4.19 
as there has not been and is not yet an applicable SPI-NAND driver 
built by OpenWrt[2].

While the ar71xx target had various patches to provide an SPI-attached
NAND driver, at least as I understand it, these were rejected for the
ath79 target in favor of the upstream SPI-NAND framework that would
become available[2,3].

While there is support for the GigaDevice E-series SPI NAND already
backported to OpenWrt under Linux 4.19[4] and I have submitted patches to
support the F-series chips upstream[5], I have been told that some of the
AR300M units also shipped with Paragon SPI NAND[6], for which there is no
upstream driver support at this time.

As there is no bootable image produced, I would like to remove
the AR300M (NAND) target from the ath79 tree at this time. The AR300M
would remain on the ath79 generic (NOR) target.

The intention is that the AR300M (NAND) would be reinstated once
proper driver support is available.

If you have objections to this course of action, please let me know.

Also, if you have an AR300M with the Paragon SPI NAND that you would
be able to assist me in testing development of an upstream-supported
driver, please also let me know. 

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