Expanding Categories for Historical Treatment

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The subcategories under centrale and sites have been expanded extensively.

The expansion serves two purposes:

    1. The subcategories that I will be needing for a while will have their folders created on the site for backup and maintenance.  They provide places to link to.  They provide places for status about all components of nfoCentrale, including previous components that are now retired.
        
    2. I can capture historical information about the development of what is now nfoCentrale, by category.

To prevent the categories from being too cluttered in the long run, information about retired nfoCentrale components will eventually be removed from active categories but will remain reachable from the {retired} subcategories under centrale and sites.

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