Many organization, like libraries, museums, archives, etc. are dependent on metadata about their resources as a representation of their collection. This paper will present an approach aimed at reducing the need for a developer when constructing the metadata editing tool required for such systems, where the long term goal is to enable end-user development (EUD) for the metadata creators. The approach is still under development, but right now it includes a model and a code-library called RDForms that was designed for developers to quickly set up a form based metadata editor, where the metadata that can be edited is changed through a configuration mechanism. An evaluation on the use of RDForms in the wild is presented that seems to indicate that the developers are the ones also configuring the metadata editor. If the configuration instead could be made by the metadata creators the need for a developer would be even further reduced.