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Most of my sites are running WordPress in the root directory (or will be soon) with Pligg in a subdirectory. I did this inorder to be able to run WP as multi-site with the WP domain mapper thinking that down the road I'll possibly be able to multisite the Pligg along side.

I do have one Pligg running several Pligg installs with a single login but haven't got the WordPress to share logins yet. Working on that though! I use RSS to share content from the WP to the Pligg on these sites.

My question is: If you are doing this what are you doing and how deeply tied together are you running this?? I'm looking for ideas to pursue for the benefit of all of us.

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    Have I previously shared with you the custom Wordpress and Pligg CMS plugins that we developed to handle logins between WP and Pligg on pligg.com? I know that I provided that code to someone a few weeks ago when chatting in the IRC chat room. Our setup has Wordpress handle all of the user account data, and Pligg CMS references it for logins.

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