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According to the CrowdSupply site, the first EOMA68-compliant boards shipped yesterday. Did they?
Also, since this article is the top link for the search term EOMA68, someone should remove the batshit header about “NEITHER WIKIPEDIA NOR EDITORS OF WIKIPEDIA HAVE RECEIVED AUTHORISATION TO MAKE AUTHORITATIVE STATEMENTS REGARDING THE EOMA68 STANDARD” because Wikipedia editors never have about anything. They write about facts reported on the web, and there's not much you can do to stop that (except provide them with more accurate sources) --Scruss (talk) 17:23, 2 August 2019 (PDT)