You might wonder already for a while why I released all my kernels as stable versions recently, and on top I mysteriously mention "new concept" kernels and so on.
Now it is time to shed some light into the darkness.
Why the change?
Indeed, I decided a few weeks ago (after careful analysis) to break with one of my former objectives for the good. I will now move all my active kernels to the so called "Anykernel" method.
I was against this method for a long time, as the nature of how my kernels worked during initialization did not allow me to do a controlled Anykernel kernel. My kernels historically always relied on very heavy modifications of the ramdisk to provide all the Boeffla magic