Hi Tech forum. I have a question about the official kernel for the Wandboard. On the official Github for the wandboard site (https://github.com/wandboard-org/linux), the kernels are much older than 4.14. But they still appear to be kept up to date for the vintage of the kernel when there are critical updates. But when I look at the info posted by Robert C Nelson, he has provided a 4.14 kernel (github.com/RobertCNelson/armv7-multiplatform). So is the implication that Robert simply tried to do his best merging in the older Wandboard kernels from the older source into 4.14? Or does the wandboard mostly just work using vanilla kernel? If not, why has this work for the 4.14 kernel not been merged back into the official wandboard github? If so, why does the wandboard community work so hard to produce an older kernel that works on their platform?
Reason I ask is I am trying to figure out where the latest and most stable kernel resources live for the wandboard.