"michael said:changes in this staging pull isn't anything particularly exciting
but Android work on the RAM console and persistent RAM."
well OC YOU wouldn't see anything "particularly exciting" in a new "persistent RAM
" code base given you say you started with x86 back in the day and NOT an AMIGA so you would probably not even know about the massive potential and speed of a RAD (Recoverable rAm Drive) or 3.
as in it's RAD contents can survive a warm reboot as the persistent_ram APIs are potentially able to do, https://lkml.org/lkml/2012/3/7/608
it is VERY Interesting from that POV once stable , mount a RAD, fill it with a bootable content, set a envarc in the RAD boot script to say its mountable and bootable and reboot any number of these on the fly to your ram limit , something kills the RAD's, the envarc doenst exist anymore, so reload them from HD storage etc, simple and easy as one example.