One of the strategies we are taking with this OpenMRS distribution to keep things maintainable as we scale up is that we will not let you access much of the rich configurability that OpenMRS has under the hood. The software updates we push out over time will contain "opinionated" configuration settings, and the user interface will only let a local system administrator modify the things they really need to locally modify.
So they'll see something like this: (we may add a few more actions, but not many)
I've now finished a first-pass at the user management pages, which also guide you through a limited set of functionality. (For example, you're not allowed to create a user account for an existing patient. A user is only allowed to have a single real name. Things like that.)
|the Manage Users page|
|Creating a new user|
|Viewing an existing user|
|You can only edit subsets of a user's details per screen|