This is great, I just discovered that OpenVZ has a 2.6.32 branch: kernel 2.6.32-avdeyev.1 is available. As you may now, 2.6.32 will be a major kernel version (like 2.6.18 was) for important distributions such as RedHat 6, Debian squeeze, etc. By the way, squeeze should be released as Debian stable this year.
A good consequence is that Proxmox Kernel 2.6.32 which currently has only KVM will also support OpenVZ, so no longer need to stick with the old 2.6.18. They did not announced a release date for now, but it should come this year too.