You Can Now Play Around With The New OpenBenchmarking.org Beta
Written by Michael Larabel in Phoronix on 30 January 2016 at 09:15 AM EST. 15 Comments
PHORONIX --
Assuming you are now reaching the new server, the beta of the new OpenBenchmarking.org should be publicly accessible.

As it looks like things are running smoothly with the new OpenBenchmarking.org server, I've gone ahead and made a BETA version of the new site active. There is the new and responsive user-interface, search functionality has been restored and rewritten, and much of the other code is rewritten.


I'm still adding more features and other functionality improvements prior to calling the new OpenBenchmarking.org official, but I feel that it's already good enough for day-to-day use with supplying all functionality of the existing public OpenBenchmarking.org. Going public with it now will also allow me to break backwards compatibility with the old code-base so that I can implement some other new features more easily.

So feel free to stop by OpenBenchmarking.org. Keep in mind it's beta but if you have any questions or run into any issues, feel free to contact us or post away within the forums.
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