I'm pretty excited about this.

As I see it right now user creation requires manual intervention. Is this 
correct?

Is it possible to have a fully automated process where a token is generated and 
mailed to the user to verify their email address?

----- Original Message -----
> Hi, all,
> 
> I'm just about finished with the Community Portal, which I've said a
> couple of times, but I really mean it this time. The Captcha was the
> last technical detail that needed addressing. At this point, any further
> programming is going to be dedicated to configuration of the application.
> 
> Right now, a organization could deploy the community portal in about a
> day, if they had a programmer handy who pulled down my source, changed a
> bunch of hard-coded configuration, and stuck it on a server.
> 
> This might be acceptable, especially in the first iteration of the
> application, but it probably isn't. How do I go about packaging the web
> app that I built so that it can be deployed quickly to a server?
> Someone off-list, I think, mentioned making it deployable to OpenShift?
> 
> Basically, what do I have to do to call this application Finished?
> 
> The code is located at github.com/dperny/freeipa-communityportal
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Drew Erny
> 
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