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Somebody wants me to work on creating a website that involves user article submission, similar in purpose to Digg, Slashdot or maybe Reddit.

While I can easily find .NET libraries/templates for extremely common things like forums and blog engines, I am not finding any sort of library or template for this. Do you know of one or know how to find one?

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Can you explain a bit more why you're looking for library-type resources? Are you specifically looking to build the entire project from the ground up? Content submission is generally more of a CMS function, at least as far as I think of things. There are even entire apps dedicated to cloning certain styles of such sites, eg. guess what Pligg is based on(it's PHP, though). – Su' Jul 19 '11 at 19:08
I wasn't sure if library was the right word, it might not be. Basically, I just want something so that I don't have to build this from scratch. – Peter Olson Jul 19 '11 at 19:23
Are you specifically looking to build the entire project from the ground up? – user18357 Sep 12 '12 at 5:08