Installing Subtext with WebPI
The first one, recorded by myself, is presenting Subtext and the how to install it very quickly on a machine that doesn’t have anything on it, leveraging the automatic dependencies download feature of the WebPI.
You can go and have a look at it on the BE-IT site (it’s in Italian but it’s mostly action, so might be easy to understand also for not Italian speaking people): Web PI: install and configure Subtext
The screencast starts with a brief introduction of what the WebPI is and the goes on demoing how to get up and running Subtext on a completely bare-bone machine.
Installing umbraco with the WebPI
The second screencast published, presented by Eric Lefèbvre, talks about how to do the same thing (installing it on an bare-bone machine) with Umbraco, the famous OpenSource CMS developed by Niels Hartivg and many other smart guys. If you are interested, go and have a look at it: WebPI: Install and Configure Umbraco CMS.