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-^''__NOTE:__ This is unofficial documentation. This page is an attempt to improve on the framework information found on ((bitweaverArchitecture)). If you are looking for official documentation, please see that pages.''^
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 The Bitweaver application Framework offers a complete suite of core features in a higher modular design. The Bitweaver Framework is designed specifically for developer flexibility. To understand how Bitweaver is designed, you must understand that it is completely modular, on multiple levels.
 
-Bitweaver is made of up three main parts, the Kernel, Liberty, and Packages.
-''__NOTE: confirm this characterization__''
+All parts of Bitweaver are encapsulated in what we call Packages. ((bitweaverPackage|Bitweaver Packages)) are the largest grain of our modular architecture, they are intended to be large collections of features, such as the ((WikiPackage|Wiki Package)) or the ((BlogsPackage|Blogs Package)).
 
-The ((KernelPackage|Kernel)) is responsible for the setting up the database and manages package configuration.
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-((LibertyPackage|Liberty)) is a handful of well designed base classes that are intended to be inherited from. By extending the classes, you get all the power of liberty - access control, content history, formatting like wiki parsing, html scrubbing, and more - without having to write any of the code yourself.
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-((bitweaverPackage|Bitweaver Packages)) are the largest grain of our modular architecture, they are intended to be large collections of features, such as the ((WikiPackage|Wiki Package)) or the ((BlogsPackage|Blogs Package)).
+Bitweaver has a set of required packages needed to be fully operational. These are refered to as the "core". The core includes:
+*The ((KernelPackage|Kernel Package)) is responsible for the setting up the database and manages package configuration.
+*the ((LibertyPackage|Liberty Package)) is a handful of well designed base classes that are intended to be inherited from. By extending the classes, you get all the power of liberty - access control, content history, formatting like wiki parsing, HTML scrubbing, and more - without having to write any of the code yourself.
+*The ((Themes Package|Themes Package)) manages the theming of your site
+*The ((UsersPackage|Users Package)) manages user data
+*The ((LanguagesPackage|Languages Package)) handles internationalization
 
 The primary goal for bitweaver was to place the __fewest possible requirements__ on a package and provide the most flexible environment possible.
 
-This diagram uses a powertool metaphor to illustrate the functional inter-relationships of the Kernel, Liberty, and Packages:
+This diagram illustrates the functional inter-relationships of the core packages and optional features packages:
 
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