I think there is a lot of interest in knowing test results as well as failure modes and workarounds. People in the community have expressed a strong interest. Those considering building an openrov (like myself) could be put-off by hard it can be to find pressure test results and failure modes. I bought my kit knowing that depth hadn't been thoroughly tested yet (now it has been) and there were lots of warnings about leaks and workarounds on the forum.
I would suggest publishing a tests/specs and models summary page. First start with a new section on the GitHub with excel spreadsheets summarizing (loving) all your pressure tests to date. Then worry about how to make the data look nice on the website later.
A. Summary of Depth Ratings by Model (American Bureau of Shipping type: tested x1.25 for two cycles without failure.)
B. History of Pressure Tests & Failure Modes
C. Summarized Scientific Analysis from Forum (fluid dynamics results, amp draw measurements, thrust measurements.
Example with fake data:
Electronics tube and battery tubes pressure tested in test chamber for 1 hour. The most frequent failure mode for max depth was the electronics end cap at the rim. The most common failure mode for leakage was found to be (battery or electronics housing) ...
Model Depth Failure Mode Failed Parameter Est. Depth Rating
2.5 100'x1 (failed) - EndCap@Rim, EndCap@Rim 3mm thick 100'/1.25 = 80m (max limit)
2.5 90'x2 (passed) - NA EndCap@Rim 3mm 90'/1.25 = 72m (safe)
2.5.b 125'x2 (passed) - NA EndCap@Rim 6mm (glued double layer) 100' (safe)