Components

One of the key ideas for the Ubuntu Friendly Process are components/features. We test different components of a system, and based on the results, a system receives a rating.

There are two main classes of components: core components and extra components.

Core components are those components that are required for a minimum experience with Ubuntu. Systems that have any of the core components failing, will receive a rating of 0. Systems with all their core components working fine with Ubuntu will have a rating of 3.

Extra components are those components that will enhance the experience, but that are not required for a daily work. The extra components will count only once all the core components are working, and will fill the remaining 2 points to 5.

Based on a survey that we conducted and a poll during a meeting this is how we are going to divide components/features:

Component

Laptops

Desktops

CPU

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Video

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HD

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Memory

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Wireless

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Input devices

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Audio

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USB controllers

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VGA external video

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Ethernet card

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Optical devices

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Suspend/Resume

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Hibernate/Resume

HDMI external video

Bluetooth

Mediacards

Firewire

Camera

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Special keys

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LEDs

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PCMCIA

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UbuntuFriendly/Process/Components (last edited 2011-08-30 16:44:31 by apulido)