3. Question from GAFBlizzard : If the donators agree that unsigned kernel drivers, or test-signed kernel drivers, are a problem because of 64-bit operating systems, then a few hundred could be set aside to cover the cost of a driver signing certificate. I need to find out the full details of what would be required, but I do not think the cost is too bad and my understanding is that we would not need to go through the Windows
quality labs just to sign a driver. The certificate might only last for a year, but as long as the kernel components are stable by the end of the year, I would hope that the signed kernel components would still be valid after that point.