I am new to this forum but not completely new to Bodhi.
I installed the version 3.2 some years ago on an EeePC 701 and was quite happy with it, even if I did use it much.
I am retired now and, as I have some more time, I am playing with a Raspberry Pi. And I've had the idea to use VNC from my old EeePC... So that I've just installed Bodhi 4.5 (bodhi-4.5.0-legacy.iso). I would have tried the latest version 5.1 but not sure it would have worked.
Bodhi 4.5 runs like a charm, no lag, really great! Much better than "Debian Buster with Raspberry Pi Desktop" I'm sorry to say.
BTW would it be possible to install Bodhi on my Raspberry? If you say yes, I'll open a conversation on the forum for that.
Legacy 5.1 probably would have worked and have some newer apps available, but if 4.5 is working for you should be fine.
But no... no version for raspberry pi due to its arm cpu. Current plans for bodhi including releasing new versions for arm64 and then i686.
Arm seems to be a popular topic lately tho and is not out of the realm of possibility of Bodhi's future... Bbased on my own recent experiments of moksha under debian, there's only a few packages missing for i386 and most likely the same for arm (and amd64), so if a new bodhi legacy is made based on debian, it probably wouuldnt be hard to follow it with an arm version by making the same packages.
If you go in this direction, I feel this can be a great alternative to the official Raspberry Pi OS which tends to require too much resource. Keep Bodhi as small as possible for the Pi 3 B+ and the Pi 4.