Consider dropping Raspberry Pi wheezy support
While debian wheezy is an LTS release and supported by debian until 2018 (link) The raspbian image for wheezy hasn't been updated since 2015 (link) And posts on the forum suggest it's discontinued: (link)
Pros for dropping support:
- No need to struggle to compile newer software on it's older version of gcc (currently we are struggling with nodejs 6)
- Reduces a difficult test target for us. We are struggling to tests the pi packages, and having to support two, with one of them being an old, hard to find image.
- Some people are still using it will need to backup and update their raspberry pi to jessie. And a clean install is the recommended upgrade from the raspbian team. So this could be time consuming.