Re: Linux 3.2 in wheezy
> Frankly it makes more sense for me to offer .debs myself than to deal
> with a bureaucracy and non-standard kernel in Debian. It contains
> who-knows-what extra code, and I doubt anyone looked at any of it to
> see if it allows for some way to leak information I prevent against a
> vanilla kernel, or a way to bypass any other existing protection.
I hope you aren't complaining that the Debian kernel team doesn't
include your patch, and also complaining that Debian kernel team
includes too many patches, in the same email.
Probably that isn't what you tried to say, but that's kinda what it