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Reddit is a web-based social bookmarking system. It allows multiple users to store, share and tag their favorite links online. Users will provide the content (links) and decide through voting what's good and what's junk. Links that receive community approval bubble up towards #1, so the front page is constantly in motion and filled with fresh and interesting links. Sub groups (community) could be created and each groups could be moderated by its owners.
Pligg is an open source CMS (Content Management System) which provides social publishing software that encourages visitors to register on your website so that they can submit content and connect with other users. Our software creates websites where stories are created and voted on by members, not website editors. It is a user driven CMS that relies on independent authors content and participation to manage news articles.
Hotaru CMS is a PHP platform for building your own websites. The most common use for Hotaru is social bookmarking. It has all the plugins you need to make your own Digg-style community. It is a framework for making websites customized to your needs.
KiGG is a Web 2.0 style social news web application developed in Microsoft supported technologies. It allows multiple users to store, share and tag their favorite links online. The links could be tagged and Users will allowed to vote up or down the links. It rates the User based on their links posted and votes received. SQL Server or MySQL could be used as database back end. It powers websites DotNetShoutout.com - A site where you find links for .NET stories.
Gnizr is an open source application for social bookmarking and web mashup. It is easy to use gnizr to create a personalized del.icio.us-like portal for a group of friends and colleagues to store, classify and share information, and to mash-it-up with information about location.