Welcome to the Perseus kernel! I thought it would be a nice catchname considering the Galaxy/Universe/Pegasus themes.
This is a direct port of my kernel on the Galaxy S3. I am using the same source base for both devices for the kernel, just with a different configuration file. The kernel images are not interoperable! I will continue development in parallel for both devices, with the Note 2 having maybe some delay due to third party testing.
I'm trying to be more cutting-edge in terms of development in this kernel. In contrast to other kernels and philosophies of other developers, I don't believe giving the users more choice is a very smart thing to do. As such you won't find a dozen different governors or twenty different settings for this kernel. There is a optimal, or at least, most optimal setting on which the devices operate both in terms of performance and power management. For the average user this kernel will brings lots of benefits to battery life, screen improvement, fluidity and sound enhancements without having to set up any of the configurations.
Advanced users are welcome to modify the scaling mechanisms of PegasusQ and I advise SetCPU 3 for this, most of the behaviour that one should configure is configurable via that application. CPU undervolting is compatible with most undervolting applications. For all other things, one should use scripts.
Don't be scared by the alpha denomination of the kernel, I'm just taking the traditional naming scheme where alpha designates feature development, beta is feature-completeness, and final will actually be when I'll actively stop developing the kernel. The kernel is very stable, and any bugs are fixed in hotfix versions (alpha x.y)
The kernel is also being maintained and released cross-device for the I9305 (S3 LTE), i9300 (S3) and N7105 (Note 2 LTE) and shares the same base-source. I solely own a I9300 Galaxy S3, but since all the phones derive from the same Midas platform, I merely adapt the differences without having the other devices.