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Some Screenshots From Today

Today's been another productive day in the continuous quest of Phoronix and its goals pertaining to furthering Linux hardware support and benchmarking.
7 February 2011 - A Hint Of What's To Come - 5 Comments

There's Less Than Three Weeks Left To SCALE

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 "Iveland" during my conference speech.
6 February 2011 - SCALE

How To Help & Support Linux, Open-Source?

If you've been wanting to get involved in supporting Linux and other open-source projects with or without a programming background, or you have creative ideas how to get involved, see this thread.
30 January 2011 - Ideas - 3 Comments

3.0-Iveland Beta 3 Advances OpenBenchmarking.org

Only a week has passed since issuing Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 Beta 2, but some worthwhile code has landed making it time to release a third beta of the forthcoming open-source Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 "Iveland" benchmarking software to tag a new Hawaii-based build from my coding sprint. In particular, this new release can even play with keyboards, mice, network adapters, and other peripheral devices.
27 January 2011 - New Beta

A Bavarian Preview Of Iveland & OpenBenchmarking.org

Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 "Iveland" and OpenBenchmarking.org are launching in late February from the Southern California Linux Expo in Los Angeles during my talk about Making More Informed Linux Hardware Choices. However, for any Bavarians living near Munich, you may be able to get a sneak preview.
23 January 2011 - In Munich - 18 Comments

If You Liked Yesterday's OpenBenchmarking.org Preview

If you liked yesterday's OpenBenchmarking.org preview (it looks like many people did) for dramatically easing the quest in finding Linux compatible hardware and easing other hardware comparisons and research, you may want to try out the just-released Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 "Iveland" Beta 2 build.
19 January 2011 - Iveland Beta 2

The Phoronix Forums Have Been Upgraded

The Phoronix Forums have been updated with a revised theme and other improvements.
12 January 2011 - Unexpectedly - 128 Comments

Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 "Iveland" Goes Into Beta

After being in development for months, Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 "Iveland" has now entered beta. In preparation for the combined Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 and OpenBenchmarking.org launch from the Southern California Linux Expo at the end of February, the first Iveland beta of our open-source benchmarking platform has been released this morning.
10 January 2011 - Test Away! - 18 Comments

Iveland, OpenBenchmarking.org Launching From SCALE

It's official: Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 "Iveland" and OpenBenchmarking.org will be launching next month at the Southern California Linux Expo in Los Angeles, California.
5 January 2011 - It's Official

Happy New Year! A Big Linux GPU Comparison!

To all Phoronix readers, have a happy and prosperous new year! Prosit Neujahr! Godt Nytt År! Here's how to celebrate the new year.
31 December 2010 - A Good 2011 - 19 Comments

Just How Big Is OpenBenchmarking.org?

With Iveland Alpha 5 arriving earlier today and more information beginning to be released about OpenBenchmarking.org for its February debut with Phoronix Test Suite 3.0, many have become more curious about what this project entails. Last week I posted a few very small screenshots of OpenBenchmarking.org in its current form. I also have already said OpenBenchmarking.org will become bigger than Phoronix itself, so here are a few statistics right now.
27 December 2010 - It's Huge - 3 Comments

Iveland Alpha 5 Works To Prepare OpenBenchmarking.org

Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 "Iveland" Alpha 5 has been released this morning. This is the last alpha release for Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 before it goes into beta in preparation for its February release target. This fifth alpha release focuses upon more of the OpenBenchmarking.org integration work for its debut alongside Phoronix Test Suite 3.0.
27 December 2010 - Last Alpha Release

What To Look Forward To In 2011

As a gift to Phoronix readers this Christmas, here's a sneak preview on what you can expect next year.
24 December 2010 - It's Going To Be A Big Year - 20 Comments

3.0-Iveland Gets Bullish On OpenBenchmarking.org

Now available is Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 "Iveland" Alpha 4 and it is one exciting release. As said last week in Bye-Bye Test Profiles & Suites; Hi OpenBenchmarking.org, this release strips out the test profiles and test suites from the Phoronix Test Suite client and moves it into the OpenBenchmarking.org cloud. With initial integration for OpenBenchmarking.org in place for the Phoronix Test Suite, things are now on the verge of becoming a lot more interesting.
14 December 2010 - Prost To Alpha 4! [Cheers]

Bye-Bye Test Profiles & Suites; Hi OpenBenchmarking.org

For those not tracking the Phorogit code of the Phoronix Test Suite, all of the test profiles and test suites living within our open-source benchmarking software have been removed. All 130+ test profiles and ~50 test suites have been dropped, as they're no longer living within the benchmarking package.
7 December 2010 - A Bold Move

Daily Linux Kernel Benchmarks For A Year

Last year we introduced Phoromatic as an extension to the Phoronix Test Suite for making it easy to build a benchmarking test farm or simply benchmarking systems across the world all from a simple and easy-to-use web-interface where all of the test results are also stored. A few months after launching Phoromatic, Phoromatic Tracker launched as an extension to that for being able to monitor the performance of a given software component on a timed basis or even on a per-commit VCS basis (or when externally triggered otherwise). As an example of that, we launched our Linux kernel test farm, which has now been running for a year.
4 December 2010 - Phoromatic Tracker - 1 Comment

Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 "Iveland" Alpha 3

Two weeks have passed since the release of Iveland Alpha 2, but now it's time for the third alpha release for the Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 "Iveland" benchmarking platform. Quite a number of changes have built up over such a short period of time as this release nears OpenBenchmarking.org integration and ready for its planned release in Q1'2011.
2 December 2010 - Lots Of Changes - 5 Comments

More Interesting Benchmarks Are On The Way

November was a fairly interesting month at Phoronix with an increased number of articles (thanks directly to our advertisers) and some particularly interesting tests: five years of Linux kernel benchmarks, compiler benchmarks of GCC/LLVM/Clang/DragonEgg, a look at at a Linux kernel patch to improve responsiveness, ZFS Linux benchmarks, Solaris 11 benchmarks, the newest ATI Gallium3D driver, a historical look at Fedora's performance, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.0 benchmarks, among other articles. However, December should be another interesting month at Phoronix too.
1 December 2010 - The Best Yet - 2 Comments

Don't Forget About Our Shopping Links This Holiday

With the holiday shopping season now getting underway, don't forget about our Internet shopping links if buying any goods this year at NewEgg (or NewEgg Canada) and Amazon.com. Simply clicking these links when you do your shopping will result in affiliate income for us that goes to support our Phoronix news coverage and reviews along with our open-source test suite development.
26 November 2010 - Helps Us, Helps You

Phoromatic Now Does HTTPS Communication

For those of you that use Phoromatic, our web-based remote test management system to the Phoronix Test Suite, the public web-site is now accessible via HTTPS (Phoromatic.com) and in the latest Git code for the Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 "Iveland" release the test result / system log communication to the server is done via HTTPS as well. This has been of interest to some organizations that may be testing unreleased hardware or software while using our non-Intranet version of Phoromatic and is coming just a week after OpenBenchmarking.org received some improvements, including HTTPS support.
23 November 2010 - Secured - 5 Comments

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