On Thursday 27 September 2001 00:37, Simon Coles wrote:
> But of course at the moment we have to get them to:
>               - install Zope
>               - get, expand, and install the CMF (which is distributed as a .tgz,
> rather confounding Windows users)
>   - get our product and expand/install it
>   - then log in as the inituser, create a normal user, log out, log back
> in, create an ELN, then log out, then access the ELN, and join in the
> normal CMF fashion

What you're describing is exactly the issues (well, some of them :) that 
we've addressed in making Zope a viable out-of-the-box product for our 
commercial product. A result of our efforts are the two GUIs that we're 
making available - the Mac OS X and Windows Zope Controllers.


Note, the screenshots are a little different to the current version - but the 
general idea is still the same.

I hope to make a "batteries included" Zope distribution for both platforms 
that include the controllers and some pre-installed products. We don't know 
which products they'll be yet because the idea's still very young :)

Fishbowl proposal has been created - I'm announcing it in another thread.


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