I would like to support jfy65's remark for fixed lens measurements.
For the moment, users can only compare compact camera sensor scores. But it does not really make sense, because the lens is fixed and inherently part of the system.
What good does it do to have a wonderfully performing sensor, think of Canon S110, if the lens is so slow that you lose a few stops in comparison to, let's say the Panasonic LX7. That translates to a very big difference in the DxoMark score, which completely makes the subtle differences you measure between sensors irrelevant.
People can understand that you do not have time to publish measurements of fixed lenses, even though there would not be that many combinations to test, and possibly lots of people curious to know.
At present, the scores for compact cameras are at best misleading because you do not explain readers that the lens is not taken into account for compacts. Why not adding an article or notes in the relevant sections of the "about" pages?
One more thing: lens apertures are not even mentioned in the compact camera specs pages.