I have lost count how many people asked the same question to which the response was "a reference". The list I made is a fast reference to highlighted powers. It's not complicated. It is based on voting. I even put it in the general section so they wouldn't complain that highlighting powers doesn't show people how to build characters.
Several people think that listing powers is somehow harmful. Like someone is going to look at a list of highlighted powers, magically construct their character without consulting anything else, and then not enjoy roleplaying.
Others get on and think they are going to ruin the collaborative list by voting for powers that are given to every character like bull rush. They can't seem to grasp the fun in seeing the variety of powers that different people like, or the various reasons those people like them. A person that goes by the user name Alien showed me the coolest combination that I ever knew a druid could do. I also have documented a player explaining to the delight of others (including myself) a bunch of the feat support for some very basic looking at-wills the rogue class has.
Everything is always what you make of it.