Arun compiled a new kernel, with the new ide config (now ide devices are sd.. and not hd.. devices - take care, when you use and usb stick for home=/dev/sda1 - it will change to /dev/sdb1) so I could do this iso for testing.
I included CPU-scaling, which in my oppinion should be included in 5.0 - its important for battery consumption on laptops. But to reduce power consumption is not only essential for portable computers: it is also essential to use it on desktop machines to reduce unnecessary CO2 emissions (about 20% less).
I included also wbar, because 80% of my friends, where i installed SliTaz, want it with wbar - in the mac way, wbar down and the panel up (I prefer it the other way round) - it starts not automatic - there is a button in the panel. If you want to change the look and behavior edit /home/tux/.wbar (second line) and click right on wbar - it is adapted for my small 12" 1024 x 728 monitor
info about wbar http://pclosmag.com/html/Issues/201101/page16.html - under commandline settings you see what all the shortcuts mean.
I removed gparted and parted - parted seems to work only compiled with the right kernel so please do not install and use it - I destroid my harddisk and could recover it only with cfdisk
Known bug: Eject does not work - this is a problem with udev / udevil / spacefm
EDIT - 03.09.2013
included wbar starter for portable QtWeb-Browser and Firefox
Firefox - download from http://www.mozilla.org, extract it with spacefm (doubleclick) and copy evrything whats in the folder firefox-23.0.1/firefox to /home/tux/.firefox
QtWeb download from http://qtweb.net + extract it with "unzip QtWeb-elf386.zip /home/tux/.qtweb" and make QtWeb be able to execute (right click with spacefm - Properties - Permission)
and edit wbar in your home directory (remove # for Firefox / QtWeb)