It may take you a day or so to get used to the system, and a bit of time after that to master it. The directory structure was carefully designed to make it easy to find things, but you will still need to spend a little time to familiarize yourself with the way everything works, and the relationship between different files.
Have a look at www.binarycloud.com, it has more information about the system, a complete set of documentation, and the download itself.
I have ordered a machine that will serve as the (temp) public CVS repository for binarycloud, and will run binarycloud.com. I am actively seeking volunteers who would like to develop binarycloud.com using the system. Here are some of the features planned for the first rev of the site:
Complete File Registry
Up next for binarycloud:
To get a feel for the future of the binarycloud itself, have a look at the future page on binarycloud.com. That page is a complete to-do list for future system enhancements. I'm also working on standards for CVS checkins, and am thinking about how to implement peer review in the process, so the builds remain stable and high quality.
Modules and Apps:
If you are a part of an opensource PHP project that you would like to make into a binarycloud-compatible module/application, please contact me. I would like to use existing code wherever possible, to rapidly expand the capabilities of the core system, and the number of modules and applications available for it.
If anyone has any questions, etc, please feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org - make sure to include binarycloud in the subject. I get a lot of mail.