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- UI Levels - should be "Yes" these are provided by role-based menuing, blocks, and other UI elements which appear based on a user's assigned roles. Users can be shown an arbitrarily simple interface, which can increase in complexity depending on which roles they are assigned by site administrators.
- Zip Archives - should be "Limited" - image import supports import of zip archives. Similarly, the node import module support import of structured content files (but, to my knowledge, does not transparently support compressed files).
- Workflow Engine - with the rules, actions, triggers, and other related modules, this should be "Free Add On". These modules provide an extraordinarily flexible workflow solution.
- Package Deployment - with the features, contexts, cck and views modules, this should at least be "Limited". I would say this could legitimately be "Free Add On".
- In/Out board - this can fairly trivially be achieved - without coding - using a user View. I would say "Free Add On"
- Graphs and Charts - the "charts_graphs" modules makes this a "Free Add On".
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Drupal is a very usefull cms.
Thanks in advance"
The lack of update, given the above attempts at correction, drastically lowers the value of this site."