In order to simplify the installation procedure, we should include some predefined profiles which determine the extensions that will be installed. This is useful because most users don't take the time to individually select or deselect each extension.
Some profile examples:
not only profiles - aslo custom configs and extrascriprs
It is amazing how the same ideas appear in the minds of all the team members independently!
I'd merge Community and Gaming and focus on 3 profiles.
I agree, there isn't really anything in the list that makes a seperate Gaming profile worth it.
i was gonna suggest the same thing :) it seems im a little late
4. Social Plugins
6. Related Content
8. Top Authors
9. Posts by date
As an addition there may be some kind a «developer» profile (or simply addition «dev» package).
With «dummy» theme and «dummy» plugin.
Dummy theme is theme files pack with basic markup only and no styles (may be except «reset.css»).
Dummy plugin is simple plugin files templates with no functionality (may be just a «Hello world» code). Files for «standalone», «ajax», «tools», «setup», «langfiles» must be included.
It's simplify the process for beginner developers.
I am new to Cotonti, when installing in my GoDaddy space, got this error:
Fatal error : SQL error : Table 'cotonti.sed_config' doesn't exist
Please open a topic in the forums at http://www.cotonti.com
@esclkm added support for custom install scripts in 52887c4. We need some docs or usage examples.