It is not clear if the PaX Team will be able to continue supporting future versions of the 2.6 kernels, given their rapid rate of release and the incredible amount of work that goes into porting such a low-level enhancement to the kernel (especially now in view of the reworking of the i386/x86-64 trees). It may be necessary that grsecurity instead track the Ubuntu LTS kernel so that users can have a stable kernel with up-to-date security fixes. I will update this page when a final decision has been reached.
That's a great idea. I actually quit using vanilla 2.6 kernels cause I was tired of having to upgrade so often, and the grsec patch always being behind, creating new problems etc. I am now using a self-compiled kernel from debian sources, without grsec patch.
If you're going to maintain the patch for Ubuntu LTS and Debian Stable systems, I will be the very first one applying grsec to my kernels again