This sounds like a great idea, there's always things people contribute
performance wise, and there's a ton of information on tweaks that
people like to implement, although there's no real place to post them.
As Joel said, a performance database would be good also, there is
already a project I believe for compile times, a good performance
database would be a good idea, however there would have to be made a
benchmarking tool, and other things that would have to be standardized
for that to work.
A forum would be an easy solution for performance modifications and
tweaks, and would be a great addition.
On Mon, 11 Oct 2004 12:43:17 +0000, Roman Gaufman <hackeron@...> wrote:
> On Mon, 11 Oct 2004 13:35:45 +0100, Joel Merrick <joel@...> wrote:
> > Rather than a forum, wouldn't it be better to implement an acutal
> > performance DB?
> > b.t.w... it might have been knocked off the thread, but where's the
> > entry for actual hardware specifics? Arch, CPU, RAM etc..
> Hardware specific issues go to kernel/hardware, hardware specific
> *performance* issues would go to the performance forum. Where's the
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