In the State Changers' meeting, two main topics were addressed with references to various coding languages and platforms.
The other main discussion dealt with issues concerning Xano and WeWeb's role-based permissions, primarily user authorization. Each page was locked, only allowing authorized users and managers to use it, causing operational difficulties. They examined the response errors and discovered that requests were being bounced because of WeWeb, not Xano. The team then debated whether to manage this problem using WeWeb or the back end. Ultimately, they decided to use the back end to control access, due to its greater safety. The conversation closed with the suggestion to get rid of the role stuff in WeWeb.