Well I know it's not a mainstream kernel, thats why I'm asking why aren't the changes in Liquorix in the mainstream one. I made some "research" and found that the reason the changes in Liquorix aren't in the mainstream Linux (as well as Con Kolivas one) is because it affect the performance on servers, but do the opposite thing on desktops wich is the primary target for Linux Mint. I think the Linux Mint programmers can put some of the changes in a Mint own kernel.
Well, it's only a little suggestion since I'm not very much into kernel things.
BTW: It would be awesome if the workspace switcher applet shew the windows appearing in each workspace, like in the old school gnome. It's usefull to a person like me who is constantly changin between them. If this last thing is implemented I'll be pleased of making a donation of 20$
Thanks a lot!