[pypy-dev] speed.pypy.org quick update
tobami at googlemail.com
Sun Mar 14 19:04:22 CET 2010
Hey, thanks for the feedback.
- In the timeline grid, I agree showing coordinates is not useful. I have
- The rounding: yes, it is pretty stupid to show "revision 71807.4". That
goes away once coordinates are disabled though.
>I think this is a clear way to show performance for non developers and is
great even for developers, it is a win
> win website :)
I'm very glad to hear that. That was exactly my intention when starting the
I had to scratch my itch of wanting to better follow pypy's performance as a
common python developer, but I also recognized that being such a performance
oriented project, pypy badly needed good performance regression monitoring
and progress tracking.
2010/3/14 Leonardo Santagada <santagada at gmail.com>
> On Mar 13, 2010, at 10:28 PM, Marius Gedminas wrote:
> > On Fri, Mar 12, 2010 at 06:37:49PM -0300, Leonardo Santagada wrote:
> >> On Mar 12, 2010, at 6:08 PM, Alex Gaynor wrote:
> >>> So one tiny pony I have is that on the tablular timeline page
> >>> (http://speed.pypy.org/timeline/) that when you mouseover a graph it
> >>> doesn't show the "coordinates" on graphs of those sizes I don't think
> >>> it adds any value, and it's farily distracting.
> >> For a start it could be removed (that should be pretty easy)
> > Actually, if you added units to those numbers, they could answer
> > important questions like "is a higher line better or is a lower line
> > better?"
> Yes but axis should be named in a always visible place, so when people see
> the graphs they know what they mean.
> >> but as a
> >> second step it would be interesting to highlight and maybe show the
> >> revision or time of the closest point (if revision then highlight all
> >> points of that revision).
> > Some kind of rounding would be nice, as seeing "0.6 seconds in revision
> > 71807.4" is a bit weird.
> No rounding but actually showing the data for the closest point and not
> where the mouse is over.
> > Very shiny website, BTW, I love it.
> I think this is a clear way to show performance for non developers and is
> great even for developers, it is a win win website :)
> Leonardo Santagada
> santagada at gmail.com
> pypy-dev at codespeak.net
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