Trying out ROMs yourself is part of what XDA Developers is about. If you're too lazy to do this and would like others to do it for you, this website might not be for you.
This apply to this thread too, don't misunderstand me, I'm here for help and not only because I'm an RC, I do it because I like me but many users have been asking me about suggestions of the "best" ROM / Kernel, it's simple, I can't and I don't answer to that because that will be in my opinion, taking in count my usage, my installed apps, etc. And that isn't the same for you, it's different when some user only come to ask "Hey, could you suggest some light / overclocked / etc. kernel to try?" Then I can give some suggestions (various) based on the Index but nothing else, the final decision it's up to you.
Thanks for understand.
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I know that every Developer is free to choose the title of the thread as he/she wants, but it's really much easier for users (and of course for me) if the date and the version of the kernel continue as the main fields since I'm organizing the index by the date of the last update, with most recent being first. This is one example of an "ideal" title:
[KERNEL][AOSP - JB - MIUI][07/07]NAME OF THE KERNEL[EXTRA FEATURES]
I would really appreciate if the developers could organize their titles as the example above. Thanks in advance.
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