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ImpressCMS 2.0

Latest information is available on the Assembla Milestone page for ImpressCMS 2.0

Future Releases

  • add "username availability" verification to registration page (NO redirect!)
  • add "proper password length" verification to registration page (NO redirect!)
  • add "email used/not used" verification to registration page (NO redirect!)
  • add "resend activation link" from the 2.2.x on lost password page 
  • auto-delete users that failed activation after a number of % days, admin selectable from site preferences
  • Delete notifications by user separately (see this hack in XOOPSInfo)
  • enable and disable a user login...
  • Configure which groups can post comments
  • On-Going Source Code Security Audit
  • Full SourceCode Security Audit - Sql Queries
  • add bluenova's hack "welcome to site" pm upon registration
  • Permissions based debug options
  • Faster formdhtmltextarea
  • Multilanguage caching
  • Make ImpressCMS be forced to work under SSL
  • ImpressCMS Multisite
  • Third Party Libraries Integration
  • Improving the search engine
  • Site wide taxonomy feature
  • Implementation of third party libraries automatic inclusion
  • Modulize PM
  • Multitheme Included.
  • Improve the Editors Administration. (To admin theme as the admin of modules)
  • Improve the Theme Administration. (To admin theme as the admin of modules)
  • MultiSite Included. (Much structure changes... waiting till 2.5)
  • More Database Implementations (maybe PDO + PHP5)
  • Start making a way to a Easy Development Framework. (A far away idea)
  • Test and think a ORM implementation. (A far away idea)
  • Full implementation of the new password encryption

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Previous Roadmaps

ImpressCMS 1.3 Goals - Optimization and Standardization reduce the amount of memory PHP needs to run ImpressCMS decrease the page load times reduce the size of the download packages full consistency in our code, class, object, and functions names introduce true standardize code practice ...