I just opened a pull request to drop the jiminy-mega256rfr2 . If you want this board to remain supported, please drop a line there.
## Inclusion policy
During the maintainer assembly in Helsinki I understood that our inclusion policy is that a board needs to fulfill at least one of the following conditions to get merged:
1. It is actively maintained 2. It has a significant user base 3. It is an off-the-shelf product, so it might be easily obtained for testing
The Jiminy is clearly not an off the shelf product and it has not been maintained for many month now. And I personally doubt that there are more than two active users of the board. (I think it is safe to say that two users do not count as significant user base.)
Support for the board has real costs. It has delayed quite a number of PRs, as no one stepped up to testing it. Without knowing how many active users the board has (if any), it is unclear how big the benefit of having it upstream is. But if my guess of two or less active users is correct, I'd say the costs of maintenance outweighs the benefits
Kind regards, Marian
PS: I marked the PR as RFC and as "needs more than one ACK", so the board will not be deleted right away. But please make yourself heard within the next two weeks if you want to speak out for keeping it.