A little late, but this update break the iwl3945 Intel wifi driver module. It ceases to function, with kernel oops, after suspend/resume. Removing and reloading the module restores operation. (Or rebooting, of course.) I can't report the oops because another bug (intel video driver) taints the kernel at boot.
Will try the new testing kernel.
Ok, I didn't understand which feedback to make negative. It looks like I should have dissed "generally functional".
kernel-4.8.4 was totally non-functional (at least Xorg was non-functional), with the same problem only more severe. I'm going to try dissing again - not sure what bodhi will do with that. I don't want to delay the important fixes, but there is plenty of positive karma.
Boot time is significantly longer, with a new kernel oops. This appears on console: drm:drm_atomic_helper_commit_cleanup_done [drm_kms_helper]] ERROR [CRTC:26:pipe A] flip_done timed out
Apparently once each time a new Xorg or equivalent is started. Probably related to bz#1342755 I'll be uploading the full oops there.
Adjusted the renew window, and certs renewed as promised. Apache does not notice, so incron needs to reload httpd. Or something. In any case, the certs get updated, so I'm pushing to stable, and will file a feature bug.
Much better. I still need to issue "power on" from bluetoothctl when inserting a USB bluetooth dongle, but once that is done the audio works.