You may disagree, but I choose not to contribute in such a way as if the people involved in Linux kernel development acted like other responsible companies who properly handle security. When you have exploits of your own, feel free to share them, but speaking for myself I refuse to support their policy of silently fixing vulnerabilities.
I will continue to do as I have done for the past 8 years and fix these issues within grsecurity. If the kernel developers are as capable as Linus claims to be able to backport silent vulnerability fixes, surely they can spot the fixes in grsecurity as well. The source is available to everyone, after all.
Regarding your summary of my view on how vulnerabilities *known to the developers* in the Linux kernel could better be handled, it's as wrong as it was last year when we corrected you on it. To say that I advocated "not releasing bugfixes until they could be sure if they were security holes and they had working exploits, no matter how long it took" is just pure trolling, and anyone who has read our past posts knows that. If you want to see how it can be handled (a little) better, see Chris Wright's announcement for the latest kernel.