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status of the kernel wrt etch

Dear kernel team,

not only because of an upcoming talk on the status of etch, but also
out of genuine interest and the desire to improve things, I am
rather interested in what's blocking etch right now. From what I've
heard, the major showstopper seems to be that we currently don't
have a releaseable kernel, and that there are some stones in the
way of releasing one.

I have set reply-to in the hope not to start a potential flame war,
and I would appreciate if each of you took a minute of your time and
just shared his/her thoughts. No need to write sentences, keywords
that I can research will do.

I will post a summary in the context of an assessment of our release
status at a later point.

Thanks for your time,

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