Well, thanks to wolf31o2 and amne, we have a nice gcc migration doc. Thanks to that, I could mark gcc-3.4.4-r1 stable on x86 and hope to avoid most of the issues people are going to run into. Of course, this assumes people will go and read the doc, which I know isn't going to happen at first, but atleast we have somewhere to point them to :) Also, tomorrow is Gentoo Bug Day, so I hope to try and get some people to help me test some of the bugs that have been assigned to x86 for awhile, and are starting to rot.
Well, now that gcc-3.4 is stable on x86, that means I can start to push for gcc-4.0 to get into ~arch :) We want to make another patchset before we think about doing that though. In my testing, I haven't run into any major packages that don't compile anymore, and have only been getting positive feedback from people running it. I'm sure there are still a few apps out there that are broken, and I either haven't found out about, or are going to take a little time to fix properly. Let me know if you run into problems via email or IRC so I can look into them.