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...continue to benchmark with T132
 
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...use the kernel supplied with the ROM instead
 
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...do it both ways
 
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7th April 2012, 08:25 PM |#801  
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Just saw the UX results.

Thinking about changing the ROM name to LOL MIUI
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7th April 2012, 08:31 PM |#802  
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Just saw the UX results.

Thinking about changing the ROM name to LOL MIUI

I didn't actually lol, but that remark made me very happy!
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7th April 2012, 09:43 PM |#803  
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Sweet so what I gather from this is Pete's ROM has the best scores on benchmarking if all the ROMs were pitted against each other using the supplied kernel?

(Also, the User Experience column says that "kernel" is the most said word in his thread. And probably for good reason.)

Hi Aero, yeah, looks like Pete's kernel is doing the business, and also Cyanogenmod. Looking forward to getting my hands on the latest cyanogenmod kernel with its 4.0.4 upgrade. I know brainmaster is on it, and there may be a few others up to the task. Anyone seen mobile_pc lately?
7th April 2012, 10:17 PM |#804  
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Hi Aero, yeah, looks like Pete's kernel is doing the business, and also Cyanogenmod. Looking forward to getting my hands on the latest cyanogenmod kernel with its 4.0.4 upgrade. I know brainmaster is on it, and there may be a few others up to the task. Anyone seen mobile_pc lately?

you want to try another rom? heres rascream by @rascarlo(known for his awesome boot animations). its an aosp build with some tweaks and mods. im running it right now w/trinity t11. its a nice rom for the nexus s http://fitsnugly.euroskank.com/rascr...a_04-07-12.zip
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Thanks simms... I'm trying to get on top of a backlog of stuff at the moment. If rascarlo (nice guy, helped me make a boot animation once) releases here on XDA I'll add it to the table.

I'm already accumulating UX data though...
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you want to try another rom? heres rascream by @rascarlo(known for his awesome boot animations). its an aosp build with some tweaks and mods. im running it right now w/trinity t11. its a nice rom for the nexus s http://fitsnugly.euroskank.com/rascr...a_04-07-12.zip

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7th April 2012, 10:45 PM |#806  
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Thanks simms... I'm trying to get on top of a backlog of stuff at the moment. If rascarlo (nice guy, helped me make a boot animation once) releases here on XDA I'll add it to the table.

I'm already accumulating UX data though...

Lol, I am posting just to increase your "lol" occurrences
Is it too difficult to change the words with expressions bedalus?
By the way, are you exploding your data limit by downloading all the content of the dev section for your UX data?
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8th April 2012, 03:30 AM |#807  
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Lol, I am posting just to increase your "lol" occurrences
Is it too difficult to change the words with expressions bedalus?
By the way, are you exploding your data limit by downloading all the content of the dev section for your UX data?

No, check this out: http://forum.xda-developers.com/prin...=1481856&pp=50
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8th April 2012, 04:19 AM |#808  
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CM9 v5.0 kernel courtesy of androidphone2012

Be sure to thank him!
8th April 2012, 11:40 AM |#809  
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miui comes out with official 4.0.4 and so does kong with catalyst miui

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1483033
8th April 2012, 02:21 PM |#810  
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@bedalus

I made some final changes to the released ROM. Dunno if it will make any difference though.

Just wanna let you know that I don't mind if you'd just use the prerelease scores, but if you have some free time....
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Excellent work as usual going on around here. Also, the perfection of your spreadsheets amaze me every time.

I've sussed out all of this new mathgic. I actually really like the way you've done it. You've managed to compare the supplied and T132 kernels perfectly with a percentage, you're testing and methods are spot on and it is unbelievably easy for anyone to have a look and see just how well each ROM scales with the competition. A current average for the T132 increase might be something to add here though so i don't have to average it myself later

The most common words is a good start. I had a quick browse through a couple of the threads to see how they portray against the single-word UX list and it did give a decent look into many posts and often the atmosphere of the thread. As something that is likely simpler than the expression suggestion that i'm sure you're working on, maybe try and seperate words and phrases by date. Many of the threads have changed a fair bit over the months and you might find large changes for UX. Overall thread top words can be shown similar to the raw data, last couple of months or so can be shown as the current top words. Just a suggestion to try and keep everything current, critiquing very welcome (i'll sharpen my pitchfork in preperation ).

I like the UX idea though. Great way to incorporate C++ and get a brief view of where the users place each ROM for those who don't have the time to scour through each thread like your modem and CPU. For a device that is often used several hours a day that we keep with us a slight emotional attachment is a good thing (i hear it increases screen on time too).
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