(for discussion of formatting, see history -- Nomeata)
Shoudn't the kernel be after the driver, since I'd rather compare different kernels and same driver than different driver and same kernel? --Nomeata 13:25, 29 Sep 2004 (CEST)
I think one more often compares different drivers at same kernels. Also i think that driver variation will be more than kernel variation. However, i'd suggest the following order: Model, Benchmark, Driver, fps, XServer, Kernel, Notes, User. This would represent the following search pattern: "Ok, i have a T41p, i'm using the fglrx driver and glxgears seems a bit slow to me, lets have a look... ahh...100 fps more...why...ahh...XServer is more recent...kernel is less recent (does that matter?)...ohh...and i should probably check my mtrr."
Wyrfel 13:57, 29 Sep 2004 (CEST) 13:56, 29 Sep 2004 (CEST)
I coded a new MediaWiki Specialpage, to get the table dynamic (to be database-driven, enabling sorting and so on). It is not yet finished. Hope I will get this finished soon. The MediaWiki code is strange and rather poorly documented. Suggestions are appreciated! :-)
- First part as a template (to be editable by the public): Template:Benchmarks_Header
- Dynamic database-driven table with sorting
- Lats part as a template again (for notes): Template:Benchmarks_Footer
Further discussion on the new dynamic benchmark page on Template:Benchmarks_Header, please!
--akw 21:57, 8 Oct 2004 (CEST)