"Back in early February we announced that we were in the process
of formalizing and releasing our internal test tools as a platform
for facilitating easy to use, accurate, and reproducible Linux
benchmarks based upon the testing work that we have been doing at
Phoronix for the past four years. The goals with this are really to
make it easier for Linux end-users to run reliable (both
qualitative and quantitative) benchmarks for their own personal
use, push more open-source projects to making their software more
testable, and pushing hardware and software vendors for greater
Linux testing based upon a standardized set of tests. Today we are
very pleased to announce the first public release of the Phoronix
Test Suite software, which is licensed under the GNU GPLv3, and the
creation of a public database for freely sharing your test results
and other information in a collaborative manner..."
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