I'll start sending patches to the most important packages in the next days.
A bug reports update:
(glibc, closed and uploaded!)
(raidutils, still unsure about that one)
More to follow.
For those interested in more details, the plan is to have most of Debian main unstable (80%-90%) in the next month -two at most- for armhf. By that time we'll also have debian-installer working at least the non-exotic features -though I don't expect any problems, as it's already quite mature on other ARM platforms. The only problem is that the efikamx/iMX515 kernel patches are not mainlined, which only means that we'll have to provide a custom d-i ourselves until those patches get into debian kernel proper. Apart from that, armhf is starting to become a very nice alternative to every other distro for arm. Take into account that it's by definition faster than the alternatives (ubuntu, debian-armel) and soon there will be no competition -for the particular boards/systems, of course :)