Some Early Mockups Of The New OpenBenchmarking.org
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 26 December 2015 at 08:31 AM EST. 5 Comments
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Coming in Q1'2016 with the Phoronix Test Suite 6.2 release will be the long overdue overhaul of OpenBenchmarking.org with a brand new user-interface, restored search capabilities, and other new features.

The overhaul to OpenBenchmarking.org is long overdue with the online portal turning four years in February. While I've been meaning to do this overhaul for a while, the pieces are finally coming together now. Thanks to the improvements in Phoronix Test Suite 6.0, this cloud platform will be much faster, the search will be much better, and many new features are possible.


The wife just finished doing some static design mock-ups for me on the new site. I still have to wire everything up, but it should end up being much better than the current design that was started in 2010.


The new UI doesn't look dramatically different from the original design, but one of the important elements is that the site will now be responsive to provide a better experience for smartphone / tablet users wanting to consume benchmark results that way.


Just take these initial pictures as a holiday teaser and you can learn more about the new OpenBenchmarking.org in 2016.

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