I was trying to find if Fedora people were able to backport the fixes for bug 583522 in Fedora22 but I couldn't find it :(
At least I found that any version before 4.4.11 are vulnerable to, at least, that two CVEs I list in summary, hence, maybe it would be interesting to stabilize 4.4.11
And the kernels before 4.4.14 are affected by CVE-2016-4997. (http://www.openwall.com/lists/oss-security/2016/06/24/5)
I'm using 4.4.14 for a week on working laptop. No issues found comparing with current stable 4.4.6. Are there any blockers for this security bug?
Well, there are many more security fixes since I reported this.. probably the best idea would be to stabilize 4.4.19 when it lands the tree
4.4.19 is in tree since yesterday. Regressions do happen, but very rarely at that stage of LTS, so I guess stabilising it is not unreasonable.
I'm using 4.4.19 for a month on amd64. No issues comparing to 4.4.6 are observed.