When we experience a early boot crash, we are not able to analyze the kernel dump, as user-space wasn't able to load the crash system. The idea is to make the crash system compiled into the host kernel (think of initramfs) so that we can create a kernel dump really early in the boot process.
BPF verifier plays a crucial role in securing the system (though less so now that unprivileged BPF is disabled by default in both upstream and SLES), and bugs in the verifier has lead to privilege escalation vulnerabilities in the past (e.g. CVE-2021-3490).
Valgrind currently lacks support for 80-bit extended precision floating point arithmetic on x86_64 (long double). The current implementation uses 64-bit arithmetic instead, which means that programs running on x86_64 with "long double" give different results when running under Valgrind and natively. People were asking for support for this since like forever, but to date nobody went on implementing it. It's a project for a year, unless somebody has time to work on it full time, but one has to start somewhere. :-)
Andúril is an open-source firmware for LED flashlights, which runs on several versions of ATtiny chip. It provides advanced functionality like configurable modes, brightness ramping, safety lockout, etc. via a UI controlled by a single button.