So I was just derping around on kernel.org looking at the latest releases, and judging by this page
, 3.12 is apparently a longterm kernel now. I also noticed that 3.12 has the same projected EOL as 3.2 (2016), so I think the Debian devs will implement this into Jessie once Jessie becomes stable. And since this is the latest longterm kernel, the linux-lts package in Archlinux might have 3.12 instead of 3.10 sometime soon. What do you guys think?