Why don't you take the lead and search them first yourself?
Because (suprise!) I already did. Long time ago, yesterday, and now again just to be sure.
Only (relevant) result is:
Very on-topic thread;
- Does it support XScale?
- No, but it does support RB500. Why don't you trash the boards you have, and buy new ones, this will be so smart and economic of you!
Ofcourse, you possibly could have found something I didn't - if that is the case, then by all means please show me the right way. I searched the forums for 'xscale', because that's what Intel called it.
But in case your search capabilities are as good (or bad) as mine, I again request an answer from Mikrotik staff, please. Is this planned, or is it even being looked into? For the reasons I won't go into, we will need to use such boards soon, and we can't use RB500, or RBAnythingElse. I know that it's not very difficult to port linux x86 code to XScale, and that Atheros drivers are portable to XScale too, therefore it's more matter of you guys seeing the point of doing it, rather than overcoming difficulties of such action.