I would suggest guaranteeing ABI stability for the Linux 3 series. If it becomes a problem, just release the Linux 4 series sooner. I would also suggest re-evaluating ALSA vs. OSS, now that the latest OSS has a compatible license, and choosing the one that has greater technical merit. I don't know which one that would be, but considering that OSS is the standard on other UNIX and UNIX-like operating system and that the reason for the switch had a lot (or everything?) to do with licensing means it would be shame not to at least give it a chance.
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