For armv7 boards support.
You can join the centos-arm list or at least follow the archives for work on other boards:
Karanbir (principal Centos developer) started the effort back in 7/14. By this time, we had ~1.5 years with Fedora (18) on arm:
And Bobic had been working with his Redsleeve-6 userspace on armv5 RPi and Kirkwood for some time. That F18 uboot made it possible for me to get RSEL6 working on Cubieboards and others to jump on the bandwagon.
So there are a lot of years of a small active community developing and testing Fedora/Centos on Arm that is making Mark’s and other’s work possible.
Thing to think about in getting a board is:
What are your goals for using Neth on arm?
If it is beyond playing, you really need to think what storage media you will use. You will see me very concerned on sata boot support, and performance of sata. Is it native? (Some Allwinner like Cubieboards, Linkspire, and some BananaPi and some Wandboards), or is it USB/sata bridge (which might not support /boot partition). The Odroid HC1 is, I believe usb/sata bridge, but it seems that now the uboot is supporting direct booting?
Oh, and will it fit in my budget!
Great work Mark, and I am now expanding my board selection process for my mailserver to consider the odroid HC1.