We want to move to 3.2.x, so imagine this will be high on the list after the new image is out of the door.mpthompson wrote:BTW, I really hope that you are able to work with Plugwash to fix the issues he's encountering creating a proper Debian-style package for the 3.2 kernel. He's working off the deltas from bootc's kernel and layering them over the Debian enhanced 3.2 kernel with pretty good luck. However, there are a few remaining stability issues that we could really use help with as neither of us are experienced with kernel debugging. I believe using a Debian kernel as a baseline will be the best fit for the goals of Raspbian (to be as close to real Debian as possible) and will make it fairly easy for people to build/maintain their own kernels using the Debian build tools.
I doubt I am alone in thinking this is great news.Yes, myself mpthompson, plugwash and other Foundation members are all in frequent contact. The first 'Foundation' Raspbian release will be pretty much the same as the armel wheezy release I put out recently
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