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    Default Happy Holidays To Phoronix Readers

    Phoronix: Happy Holidays To Phoronix Readers

    Merry Christmas / Happy Holidays to all Phoronix readers. Here's some holiday updates from Phoronix...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTAzMzY

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    Happy holidays indeed. Keep up the good work!

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    Merry Christmas folks and a Happy New Year when it comes

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    Default God Jul!

    Thanks for a fantastic effort this year Michael. The aspm discovery saved my laptop at work, and I know I am not the only one. Rounding off the year fixing regressions in the radeon driver (directly impacting my main computer at home) just underlines the incredibly important contributions from Phoronix. Openbenchmarking is another fantastic contribution to the free software world, and I plan on using it more actively the coming year.

    We will have the traditional lutefisk this evening. Homemade straight from Lofoten. Christmas is great

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    feliz navidad !

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    God Jul! May you have many good beers in the coming year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_ View Post
    Thanks for a fantastic effort this year Michael. The aspm discovery saved my laptop at work, and I know I am not the only one. Rounding off the year fixing regressions in the radeon driver (directly impacting my main computer at home) just underlines the incredibly important contributions from Phoronix. Openbenchmarking is another fantastic contribution to the free software world, and I plan on using it more actively the coming year.

    We will have the traditional lutefisk this evening. Homemade straight from Lofoten. Christmas is great
    Happen to have any computational tests yet that I can integrate into PTS? Like any of the stock oil simulation tests, etc?

    Lucky about the Lutefisk... Right now I'm drinkling some Akvavit for lunch, but sadly without any Lutefisk. Ran out of beer last night, bad time to, but at least have Akvavit to enjoy today while working on PTS code.

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    The lutefisk was fantastic. Aquavit for lunch sounds really hardball, especially without beer

    Yes, I hope to prepare some simulation tests. Let's have a look at it in January.

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