It's completely possible I have overlooked but you call it an open source
tool but provide no source?
On Wed, Oct 12, 2016, 1:40 PM Livingood, Jason <jason_living...@comcast.com>
> May be of interest to folks on this list…
> Comcast is developing a new open source web-based speed test – see
> http://labs.comcast.com/beta-testing-a-new-open-source-speed-test. ISPs,
> academic researchers, and others will likely be interested in using this
> rather than older tools. One goal is to make it easy for any organization
> to customize it for their use and UI, and we’ll soon find a neutral
> non-Comcast home for the code. To kick this off we are sponsoring a
> hackathon at Princeton University in November (the 3rd and 4th).
> Anyone can participate – though participants should preferably be
> developers or have development skills (the code is written in Node.JS with
> some Angular components for the UI).
> All details at https://citp.princeton.edu/event/speedtest-hackathon/ and
> we’re asking folks to click the RSVP link at the top to register ASAP.
> Jason Livingood