If I get a donated LS2, then I will do the LS2 kernel project. However, our resources need to be focused on the new server/site at the moment. We spent I believe $50 USD ($30 for the box, plus shipping), but the flash was completely destroyed. That is why currently no developer has worked on the LS2 kernel project, as was planned. Furthermore, mindbender is correct, in that I (and many others) are quite busy with the arm9 kernels/development.
Now, I know this may upset some people, but the LS2 is quite obsolete and I am not quite convinced anymore that pursuing LS2 kernel development is worth it. However, a donated or very
cheap working LS2 might convince me and others else wise. So, I'll make good on working on the project, provided we don't have to exhaust resources. Otherwise, it will have to wait until later when resources become available or when another person with an LS2 pursues the project him(her)self (Note, a Development LS2 would need to be sent to kuroguy for installation of serial/JTAG components, and then to me or another developer....the price for parts and shipping is included in the resource expense).
Perhaps linuxnotincluded is willing to work on the kernel, so we can save expenses (sorry to put you on the spot LNI, I know you're busy