I use your (fabulous) LAMP stack to restore backups of client sites to test them locally, and even to work on them in some cases. Many times these are quite old Joomla sites whose owners would like to get them upgraded so they can use latest Joomla versions and, what's also important, latest extensions versions.
My problem is that in many cases these extensions are not MySQL 8 compatible, even in their latest versions. PHP 7.4 compatibility is quite easy to find, but with MySQL is really difficult, as most hostings are still fine with MySQL 5.7, and extensions authors are also good with that, provided that version will be supported until 2023.
So my question is: would it be possible having a LAMP stack version with PHP 7.4 and MySQL 5.7? I understand your PHP 8 version ships with latest MySQL, but I think it would be reasonable to have a PHP 7.4 version with a more common MySQL version.
Thanks in advance!