I was checking other systems and framework in this
regards. Hence I came to the following idea:
If the group permissions are based on the unix
permission system like 777 (Global full access), 700
only user has full access, it would be the best and
ideal solution. The complexicity of the permission
system of unix is in the heads of all the xoops users
Now if this system of permission concept is
integigrated into the Xoops permission concept, it
gives an extra-ordinary value to Xoops in regards to
its complexity. Those groups numbers would be read in
the early phase of the call through index.php anywhere.
Therefore, it could be taken forward into various
modules. For e.g.:
If the Admin or a user uploads a file, it can be
mentioned what level should Xoops would understand the
permission as, when the file remains on the server.
This therefore would be seperate to the group permissions.
Now, Xoops offers groups (permissions)
those permissions could be also inheriten by objects
that follows through the data_calls.
Whens the (unix) permissions (through groups) are
originally offered and saved, it would make the core
very different to all other systems as this quality NO
OTHER SYSTEM HAS ACHIEVED!