In less than three weeks the Southern California Linux Expo will be hosting their annual Linux conference in Los Angeles for a ninth year. There will also be SCALE University, an open-source cloud day, and various activities for the openSUSE, Fedora, and PostgreSQL projects. It's also where OpenBenchmarking.org
is making its debut alongside Phoronix Test Suite 3.0
" during my conference speech.
The presentation is entitled Making More Informed Linux Hardware Choices
. Last week I said what OpenBenchmarking.org is about
that will change Linux benchmarking
and make it easier to find Linux compatible hardware
, but even that fails to fully describe this collaborative and adaptive testing platform.
Matthew Tippett will also be participating in this presentation that is set to take place at 3:00PM CST on Saturday, 26 February.
If you will be attending this talk or would also be interested in meeting up with us for another Phoronix Test Suite lighting talk, brainstorming session, or anything else during that day in Los Angeles for the Southern California Linux Expo 2011, let us know by commenting to this thread in the forums or contact me
A week before that there may also be a pre-launch Iveland/OpenBenchmarking.org talk in Munich
Time to get back to code to make this Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 / OpenBenchmarking.org launch a reality.