Originally Posted by methuselah
Fine . but selinux security is necessary.
I've been working with UNIX and Linux for almost 10 years. A kernel with a permissive sepolicy on your mobile phone isn't even close to a major security risk. You're not going to have any issues. You can simply root and change the sepolicy if it's an issue. If you want a build with a kernel enforcing sepolicy and are unwilling to root at all, you are more than welcome to build it yourself.
All of the source code is in the OP. Just revert this commit in the device tree and you'll have an enforcing sepolicy: https://github.com/AOSiP-Devices/dev...c0aa8b91d88d7a
If having a permissive sepolicy is too much of an issue for you and you aren't willing to change it yourself, then this isn't the ROM for you.