posted by outlawq8 comment: 1
Q8igg, pronounced (Kuwaitigg) following the Digg and Pligg naming trends, is a web application designed for Kuwait that allows you to submit an article that will be reviewed by all and will be promoted, based on popularity, to the main page. When a user submits a news article (Q8iggs that article), it will be placed in the “Upcoming News” area until it gains sufficient votes to be promoted to the main page. Q8igg is another implementation of the famous Pligg open source CMS. Original source for Pligg was authored by Ricardo Galli. He was influenced by the extremely popular English technology site digg.com. The idea of the site is to have a place in Kuwait where people share the hot topics, news, articles, sites, blog posts and vote for them. Result is visitors will get the hottest news in their favorite category
alriiight so now we got our kuwaity version of Digg which i don’t know how to use, any idea’s? help? any one?! give it a visit @ http://www.q8igg.com/

One response to “Q8igg”

  1. Q8igg says:

    Thank you for bringing that question up.

    The two basic functions are:

    1- Submit: Click on the Submit News Story tab, enter the URL of the news, or site source you want to report. Fill in title and description for the news. You can set comma separated tag for the news, e.g.
    Select the category an click Next.
    Review the article and press Submit Story.

    Your news will be added to Upcoming News now. If enough people vote for it, it will be moved to the Published News section. That way you will get the best news on the top of published ones.

    2- Vote: When you browse the available news, if you like one topic, click on the Q8igg word in the square that has a number in it just beside the title. The number inside reflects the current number of votes for that article.

    If you need any more help, please make sure to let me know. I can see you already made one vote. You can see that from Live section by the way.

    Hope to see some stories from you.

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