Hi Severin, welcome to the forums. As Bodhi is currently based on Ubuntu, I'm assuming once Ubuntu drop 32bit support there will be a decision that the devs and community need to make about whether to use a Debian base, who have stated that they will continue support for 32bit as long as there is kernel support for it. It appears Ubuntu keep changing their minds about 32bit support, but currently, I think they plan to carry on with it.
I guess it will also depend on resources, as we currently rely on just two Devs, ylee and thewaiter, to build and maintain Bodhi and the packages in the Bodhi repos. Supporting both 32 and 64bit is pretty much the same in terms of work load as supporting two distros.
Personally I am very keen to find a way to keep supporting 32bit, as for me, part of what Bodhi is about, is having an awesome distro that is awesome on old hardware as well as newer machines.
Last Edit: Sept 23, 2020 16:41:44 GMT by Hippytaff