Also, for me, what is interesting is not exact numbers, but rather a
general concept of how big the difference is between kernels.
Publishing a table of results will also make it possible to know what to
expect from let's say a certain intel atom processor run on a list of
kernels from an example repository.
I gather this could be helpful to the user when choosing hardware and
distro to a project, if the project involves as earlier mentioned one of:
* live audio processing
* using firewire devices
> From a practical point of view for someone as ignorant about the
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