Yes, it is really a shame.
To that date, the Olympus EM5 and Samsung NX20 are both supported in their DxO software. They have surely already done all the test batteries to be able to process the raw files and add that support in the software, so why don't they publish the test results online?
I am really curious about the Olympus for instance, because it was said to perform just like the G3's sensor and now it comes out that it is Sony?
And what about the Samsung, it gets many good reviews but what about its true sensor potential?
DxO, you have already become an important benchmark and reference site, you cannot afford to suddenly downgrade your publication schedule, leaving many cameras in the dust.