Pligg 2.0 (Beta)
Test drive latest and most user friendly Pligg experience to date. Pligg 2.0 introduces a number of new design choices, including a brand new responsive design and a new up + down voting method. Pligg 2.0 Beta is being released as a fundraising item. While you can obtain a copy of the long awaited 2.0 product for as little as $10, if you donate more you will be eligible for certain reward tiers.
Tier 1: $20
+ Twitter Module
Speed up new account registrations and sign ins by having users log in through Twitter.
+ Ticket Module
Site admins and moderators can quickly tag posts with one of four tags: Accepted, Completed, Rejected, and Cannot Reproduce. A very useful bug tracking tool.
Tier 2: $30
Twitter Module + Ticket Module
+ Facebook Module
Speed up new account registrations and sign ins by having users log in through Facebook.
+ Comment Subscription Module
Subscribe to individual posts and receive an email alert whenever someone posts a comment.
Tier 3: $50
Twitter Module + Ticket Module + Facebook Module + Comment Subscription Module
+ RSS Import Module
We've updated the most requested retired module to work with Pligg 2.0. Import RSS feed content from other sites into your own Pligg website by using cron jobs or by manually triggering the module. It's the easiest way to fill your site with quality content.
+ Tweet Module
The Tweet Module is responsible for posting updates to your website's Twitter account. You can set it to post an update every time a story is submitted, or just when a post makes it to the front page.
We recommend that only adventurous souls with lots of patience give Pligg 2.0 a try. This is a "beta" build, and as such you may encounter a number of critical errors. Some of these errors may carry over to modules, which we are in the process of updating for the new version of Pligg. If you have a question or comment concerning 2.0 beta, please post to this forum thread.
Report back by submitting your opinions and ideas to the Pligg Demo website. The Demo is running the latest version of Pligg, so it's a great place to test non-admin functionality out.