Following the article earlier this week about HTTPS for Phoronix.com, I'm happy to share that I'm pledging to continuing to make the HTTPS support for all Phoronix readers.
While there's hundreds of test profiles and test suites (a collection of pre-configured test profiles) available to the Phoronix Test Suite, here's some reasons why you should consider making/submitting a test profile for benchmarking of your own software or software that is of interest to you. The same reasons also apply mostly for why you should be benchmarking with the Phoronix Test Suite, OpenBenchmarking.org, and Phoromatic.
Thanks to the new and much more powerful web server for Phoronix.com, if you've tried to access the site in the past few hours, there's proper HTTPS support.
If you're seeing this post, you're correctly accessing the new Phoronix.com web-server.
The Phoronix Media server infrastructure is being upgraded this weekend with the likely transition taking place on Sunday.
For frequent Phoronix readers and open-source / Linux fans, here are a variety of updates to enhance your experience.
It's been five years since the Phoronix visit to Chernobyl, the nuclear disaster site in Ukraine.
March was a terrific month for Phoronix readers with the Khronos Group unveiling SPIR-V and Vulkan, BioShock Infinite was finally released for Linux gamers, and there were numerous other highlights.
As a PSA, this weekend I began playing around with a CDN and distributed DNS for speeding up the page load times on Phoronix.
With winter now officially over in the Northern Hemisphere, here's a look back at the most popular Linux news and milestones for this past winter.
There's still a lot of work ahead in finishing up the new server room / test farm, but some of the systems have been restored in the new rackmount environment and proceeding with their daily (and in some cases per-commit) open-source Linux benchmarking in a fully-automated and standardized fashion.
This month on Phoronix the most popular news articles were about the Linux 4.0 kernel (formerly known as Linux 3.20) but also popular were LLVM-related stories, Raspberry Pi 2 news, and the usual Linux graphics coverage.
With OpenBenchmarking.org having turned four years old a few days ago earlier this week I provided a look at the most popular/used benchmarks/tests on our open cloud service while in this article is a look at the most viewed test results.
With OpenBenchmarking.org having turned four years old this month, here's a look at the most used test profiles over the past four years.
Construction is well underway on the latest Phoronix expansion in order to handle running more systems (and doing so more efficiently) for all of our automated Linux benchmarking and open-source continuous testing. The electrical upgrades have been made and I should be finished up with the construction in the next few weeks.
This month marks OpenBenchmarking.org being around for four years as the largest collection of public Linux benchmarking data from the community for facilitating open-source result comparisons, dynamic result analytics, and other capabilities in conjunction with the Phoronix Test Suite.
As usual, here's a look at the most exciting content on Phoronix over the past month.
Well, it was certainly a busy day and week in delivering some early 2015 improvements to Phoronix readers although the best is yet to come.
Going along with Starting Off 2015 With An Improved Experience For Phoronix Readers, mobile site optimizations will hopefully come in the not too distant future.
For those celebrating Christmas today, Merry Christmas! Whether or not you are, there's some goodies for all Phoronix readers today.
Now that I'm done with my various 2014 open-source/Linux recaps (I think so at least!), I decided to take a look at the data from OpenBenchmarking.org over the past year.
While in the past few days have been many year-end recaps, here's our monthly look at the most popular Phoronix content over the past month for those that may have missed a few days of reading due to the holidays.
Happy New Year to all Phoronix readers and Linux/open-source users alike!
To date this year on Phoronix have been 345 featured, multi-page articles consisting of benchmarks, Linux hardware reviews, and other extensive original information. Meanwhile for the shorter news articles there's been 3,187 news posts this year. After delivering various top lists of 2014 for various categories, here's a look at the most popular Phoronix articles and news of the year.
With 2014 quickly coming to an end, it's time for our numerous year-end recaps and comparisons. This morning for kicks is a look at the top Ubuntu news stories of 2014.
For those celebrating today, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Phoronix.
It seems Christmas might have come early this year... Today there's been the announcements of the release of AMD's "OMEGA" Linux graphics driver, the debut of Fedora 21, and the debut of Snappy Core. There's also another announcement to make... LinuxBenchmarking.com.
November was another exciting month on Phoronix and here's a recap of the most popular Linux and open-source content from the past 30 days.
First up, Happy Thanksgiving to those Phoronix readers celebrating today in the United States.
There's some new test profiles to exploit for your next round of open-source, Linux testing.
549 Phoronix news articles published on Phoronix.