Originally Posted by Boudin
Is there a wiki, a forum or something like that lists all the non-standard things that have already been found ? (some base of work to do)
Easy to do yourself - download official SEMC kernel source and diff it with the same version of the linux baseline kernel. So to port to newer kernel you can isolate or "extract" the specific code that has been added and changed, and merge or "inject" that into a newer kernel. Easier said than done though, there are massive changes even in linux kernel revisions (0.0.x.0) - let alone alone new majors and minors (x.x.0.0).
There wouldn't be a wiki or anything of this research, because documenting it all would take an unrealistic amount of labor. Considering there are only a small handful of developers capable of it, there's no point. Besides, that's what GitHub and commit logs are for.