@cheesehead Ubuntu Friendly seems to be focused on compatibility (driver support, etc). I think what brunopereira81 is looking for is something that will judge the *power* of each component and possibly suggest simpler software that could be used (ex: XFCE instead of Unity) or hardware that could be upgraded (like in his RAM suggestion).
powertop is a terminal command that gives hints how to save power. A similar tool for hints to save cpu cycles or ram usage would be nice! Perhaps with a gui for mouse addicts.
wrote on the 18 Feb 12 at 21:47
True...but Ubuntu Friendly is also only methodical system of testing we currently have. It would be much easier to increase their testing and grading spectrum from than to essentailly duplicate that whole project (and developers and database infrastructure).