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I need somebody to do some modification to a Pligg installation. I am using the Pagikss template, and would like to have a few changes made to it in the hopes of emulating the idea submission and evaluation process My Starbucks Idea. Please holler if this is something that interests you.

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    I have a clean installation being spammed all to hell at

    (Any advice as to how to kill the spam registrations and postings would be appreciated)

    As to the work I would like done:

    1. Change nomenclature from "story" to "idea"

    2. Add a new field to reflect idea status (new, being discussed, under review, open for further discussion, closed, implemented)

    3. Prevent commenting on an idea based upon status.

    Sales force is very expensive and has more features than I require.

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    randy93552 said, "I have a clean installation being spammed all to hell at (Any advice as to how to kill the spam registrations and postings would be appreciated)

    Rename you register.php file until you wish to go live. Run Akismet, Abyss, or whatever module and story moderation. These all help.

    On my Pligg 1.2.2 install I run a renamed and hidden register.php with a modification to allow it to still work but Pligg doesn't see it. The original register.php just informs people to contact me because I no longer allow open registrations. This is a little involved and may not suit your purposes.

    Killspam is your friend!

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    Please provide a URL to your site so we can see if it's working properly already. It's hard to quote something then find the site is broken.

    Why do you want to do this in Pligg when Salesforce seems to be the platform you want to emulate!

    A few more details on what you need and/or expect would help.

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