XS Community Edition/Features/user management framework
Framework for user, and group, access control lists for web applications
- Targeted release: 0.6
- Last updated:
- Percentage of completion: 90%
In a school context, the Karma Learning System requires the school to create a list of all persons who have been assigned XOs. There is also a list of XOs. This information is used to recognize staff members who have special privileges and to provide appropriate lessons to students based on their grade (actually, like Moodle, the courses in which they are enrolled - which in primary school is the same thing).
This 'framework' is based on Django for convenience. It is available to any web application on the school server.
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