I don't know if this was posted earlier, but Online news aggregation community site Reddit.com is open-sourcing the company's Web application software
this is the link
Yeah I read that last week... That's cool they decided to go open source although compared to Pligg it's really apples and oranges. It's not very flexible and requires a boat-load of server configurations and packages.
Debian, lighttpd, HAProxy, PostgreSQL, Slony-I, various python libraries, Psychopg, pylons, Solr, Tomcat, Ganglia, Mercurial, Git, gettext, daemontools, and memcached.
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