Succeeding last month's release of Phoronix Test Suite 4.4, the first point release to "Forsand" has been made available. There's minor improvements and fixes throughout along with some notable work on the Microsoft Windows side.
With February coming to an end, here's a look at the most popular content this month on Phoronix.
It was another exciting month on Phoronix with having published 239 original news articles and 20 featured articles.
After yesterday writing about recent benchmarking improvements, including over a dozen new open-source benchmarks graciously provided by Intel and then ongoing improvements to the Phoronix Test Suite client, there's more to talk about this morning for those interested in open-source benchmarking.
Here's the final planned Phoronix news post until 2013, so let's go over the most popular happenings of 2012.
With 2012 coming to a close, here's a look at the most popular data that was uploaded to the collaborative OpenBenchmarking.org testing platform this calendar year.
Of the 215 news items and 18 featured articles published so far this December, here's a look at the most popular content this month.
While Epic Games hasn't allowed for Unreal Tournament 3 to be released for Linux, the first native Linux game using Unreal Engine 3 was released today. Yes, Unreal Engine 3 for Linux.
As shared earlier this month, we're looking at a Phoronix winter meet-up this Friday (21 December) in New York City.
With the year coming to an end, here's a look again at the prominent Linux news from last year (2011) and whether the milestones reached then still have an impact today.
For Phoronix readers in the New York City area, on 21 December there are tentative plans being made for a usual Phoronix meet-up for those interested in Linux, open-source software, benchmarking, and computer hardware enthusiasts.
For those Linux users hoping to do PC upgrades this holiday season, a number of interesting Linux hardware benchmarks are imminent to help you with your buying decisions.
October is quickly coming to a close, so here's a rundown of the most popular Phoronix content this month. So far in October there were 28 featured articles published and 224 original news articles published.
For those interested in doing some weekend Linux performance benchmarking, there are some interesting new test profiles that are newly-committed.
A new release of the Phoronix Test Suite 4.2-Randaberg development code integrates auto-driven benchmark capabilities via new OpenBenchmarking.org capabilities.
As part of a larger undertaking with OpenBenchmarking.org, the Phoronix Test Suite is now capable of intelligently and automatically determining the most relevant Linux benchmarks for you to run based upon your system's installed hardware and software along with what sub-system you're wishing to stress.
Thanks to those that came out to the annual Phoronix Oktoberfest Meet-Up.
It's time for the annual Phoronix meet-up at Oktoberfest in Munich.
At XDC2012 I gave a quick presentation at XDC2012 about Phoronix and Linux benchmarking.
Here are some Linux benchmarking results worth exploring this weekend.
A number of updates were published this morning to the OpenBenchmarking.org live server.
Having recently delivered the Git development stats on Wayland, Mesa, the X.Org Server, xf86-video-intel, xf86-video-nouveau, and xf86-video-ati, now it's time to turn it on Phoronix.
As most have seen by now, Phoronix Test Suite 4.0 surfaced this morning (codenamed "Suldal") while the next Linux benchmarking projects under development for release by year's end are Randaberg and Unterschleissheim.
It's that time again to take a Phoronix user survey to help us out, which will also benefit the Linux hardware community and our open-source benchmarking efforts.
Here's a look at the most popular Linux news and events from the past quarter.
Here's some of the Linux benchmarks being planned for next month, plus it's time to seek any new Linux / open-source test requests and other feedback.
Here's a look at some of the upcoming articles on Phoronix this month, including another large Radeon Linux graphics comparison.
For any Phoronix readers that would like to discuss Linux, open-source, benchmarking, and other matters -- whether it be the topics themselves, constructive criticism, or anything else -- a meet-up is being planned for next week on 15 June in Boston/Cambridge, Massachusetts.
It was on 5 June 2004 that I founded Phoronix.com, what has become the leading source for Linux hardware reviews, Linux / open-source graphics drivers, Linux gaming, and much more enthusiast information catered to the open-source world.
Tomorrow evening in Munich, Germany will be a Phoronix meet-up for Linux and open-source fans.
550 Phoronix news articles published on Phoronix.