@quazz Too add on a bit,
If you find something that doesn’t work, let us know. We will most likely request some more technical information so that we can do the research to find out if there’s a way to add it, or a patch we can use to incorporate, or we will find there is nothing we can do currently.
The point here is, you’re absolutely correct: We don’t know what will or will not work. We have some good google fu and only a few developers and testers working to get information so we can be as hardware agnostic as possible. But we aren’t all knowing. We know a new version was released and do our best (granted I’ve been slacking lately I suppose) to keep the kernels updated and including anything that maybe missing that we can add.
If it works, YAY, if it doesn’t, and we say try this kernel, if it works YAY, if it doesn’t let us know. We’ll ask for information and probably even walk through what we need and how to get it. Then we’ll try to find out information and give back whether or not we can do anything, and if we were able to do it, to test out the new thing. If it works, YAY, if it doesn’t rinse and repeat.