Suggestion about new "tread" or "forum".
I have noted that some of the questions in this forum is not really related to H5P itself, but actually configuration issues on the underlaying operating system.
If there were a tread or something named "work logs" or "HowTo's" it could be possible to write down what you are doing and post it under this tread. In this way there could be "cook-book guides" how to set it all up and make it work. It is also quite easy to install a "WAMP stack" under Windows and then to set it up an run it all at your desktop. It could be a "HowTo" for this as well.
Another option would be to have a preinstalled and preconfigured virtual server with H5P for download, that could be runned under Virtual Box or Vmware player.
I think a couple of such "getting started" guides and some "small trix" could make it more easy to "getting started", so more time can be used for "courseware authoring" (and less time for "fighting technology").
By the way, I belive that "H5P courseware modules" that is developed on a laptop/desktop will have the full functionally, so they later can be uploaded to a server with the required runtime environment. In this way it is not needed anything more than a PC (with a "wamp stack") to develop content based on H5P.
If it is made "much more easy to get started" it might lead to more discussion about "the good and proper use of H5P".