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Support CSV output from the WPT wrapper script
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With the current script that can add a job to WebPageTest we can either send the data to statsv or output it as JSON. A small change could add the functionality to output a CSV comma separated line with all the metrics, that will make it easy for us to compare different runs when we do some tests on mobile.

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Peter created this task.Sep 30 2015, 9:00 AM
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Could you elaborate on what script you are talking about @Peter?
Are you saying there is a way to demonstrate the impact without resorting to static pages? I'm a little confused...

Peter added a comment.Sep 30 2015, 6:28 PM

ah sorry, my fault. What I meant is that we can use the thing we use for testing desktop/mobile right now, a command line tool that submits tests to WebPageTest (https://github.com/wikimedia/performance-WebPageTest). so you still need to do the work, but testing and automating the test and collect metrics is easy.