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++What is the future of phpWebsite? ++ What is the future of phpWebsite?
   
What should it's future be? The answer is harder than it probably should be. Development takes time, and the development team has done a great job on the core product, but advances in Approval, Categories, Menus, Users, and Groups do not seem to be a priority. And yet these are the areas which need the most attention. Let's start with Categories. What should it's future be? The answer is harder than it probably should be. Development takes time, and the development team has done a great job on the core product, but advances in Approval, Categories, Menus, Users, and Groups do not seem to be a priority. And yet these are the areas which need the most attention. Let's start with Categories.
   
One of the better ideas and yet not exploited nearly enough by the core. Why no association between groups and categories? Why no restrictions on Users as to which groups they can access to edit/create/view? I read where phpWS is concerned more with management than it is with content, but it seems the opposite is true. getting the content in the database is the priority, how it is accessed, and by who, not as much. So much power in one module used almost not at all. One of the better ideas and yet not exploited nearly enough by the core. Why no association between groups and categories? Why no restrictions on Users as to which groups they can access to edit/create/view? I read where phpWS is concerned more with management than it is with content, but it seems the opposite is true. getting the content in the database is the priority, how it is accessed, and by who, not as much. So much power in one module used almost not at all.