[development] the past, present and future of drupal admin

Bèr Kessels ber at webschuur.com
Fri Jul 28 21:27:14 UTC 2006

Op vrijdag 28 juli 2006 14:22, schreef Dries Buytaert:
> There is no ideal solution so let's agree to stop arguing about it.


The current situation allows *me* to set up an (almost) perfect menu for the 
owner of a weblog-Drupal. Or for the webmaster of a complex portal site. Or 
for a client who manages the content of his brochure website. 
Together with one or two nice HTML-ified nodes (type page), containing icons 
and other fancy stuff, you have the Perfect Admin Interface.... 
   ... For your situation ...


PS: The only thing we *might* need is even more flexibility (granularity in 
access permission most of all). Because sometimes some all-or-nothing forces 
you to give a client a lot of complex interfaces- E.g. "administer nodes" is 
required if you want to allow your moderator to put nodes on the frontpage, 
but that means he gets about five admin pages "for free".

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