Standards have EOL? Sure. When the new version of the standard comes out, the earlier one becomes “historical” and (usually) is no longer referenced when building new hardware, operating systems, device drivers and applications.
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|The Wall of Death|
|OS or Application||End Of Standard Support||End of Extended support (EOL)|