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 pip install git+https://bitbucket.org/oddotterco/django-boto.git#egg=django-boto
-== Resources ==
+    This part may take a few moments as it downloads a few required components.
+* Create your first project and install a few extras that your system may need.  The first time that you run "soupstart" you will want to use the "-s" or "--checksystem" option.  Including this in your command will tell it to add system level components as well, such as Python imaging Library's JPEG requiremets, MySQL server and etc.  You do not (and probably wont want to) use this flag after the first time.
+soupstart -s mysite
+Once this command finishes (and you may want to go get some cocoa while you wait), you should have a site completely ready to run sitting in your "~/django/mysite" directory.  
+==Whats next!? ==
+* Publish to AWS or Ouutercloud
+* Create or install a Theme!
+* Add content
+= Resources =
 To get an idea of the workflow and design concept targets, look at this [[Design%20Vision|Flowy export]].
 General resource can be found [[Resources|here]].
-== Django Soupmix Installer Helper ==
-You can get the latest soupmix installer from the django-botto/Tools directoy. 
 = Old stuff =
 IGNORE everything from here down, for the most part.  Everything below here is old documentation but worth keeping around until the dust settles and we have time to re-integrate it all.  Most of this will be migrated into soupup.py initially. 
-# You now have access to the soupmix project commands.  Try something
-# like the following:
-#> source ~/django/python/bin/activate
-#> soupstart mix ~/django/zzztest
-# This will create a fully ready Django site, complete with CMS, Blog
-# and much much more in ~/django/zzztest
-# If the setup times out during the modules install, you can always just
-# re-run this command with the option 'quick', to pick up where
-# it died.
 # To publish your site to AWS, create a free account at
 # http://aws.amazon.com and then execute the following commands in your
 # project directory: