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Hi All

I'm looking to start a community website that we can begin small but build more stuff onto it at a later point. So I'm looking for some kind of Blog/forum/cms system so if it could fulfill most of the following criteria that would be great:

- News/Blog posting system
- Reliable template system (Drupal's system is actually very good)
- Integrated Forums
- User access control
- Good platform for API/hook in programs
- Active development and community backing
- Built on C# with either mysql/SQL server backend (pref SQL server)

Not asking for much I know :) But any help would be greatly appreciated. After a quick browse round I came up with DotNetNuke, Umbraco and sitefinity. Any ideas on these or more?
Thanks in advance

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Last Post by Ken Sharpe
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I worked by it sometime but I don't know if the team released site or not, you can googlize the sites developed by!

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what was your experience working with it? It looks good. What type of setup did you have?
Did you get the full version or the community version?

I worked by it sometime but I don't know if the team released site or not, you can googlize the sites developed by!

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I didn't get the full version, I was creating search control, you can say I was enhancing some features but I didn't use it as a user!

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I didn't get the full version, I was creating search control, you can say I was enhancing some features but I didn't use it as a user!

I am thinking of extending the basic functionality. The community site I am thinking of building is basically a group of people who play nintendo DS in pubs/bars. I am thinking of building similar system into sitefinity to organise people in attendence. From a programmers perspective is the documentation and API's any good?

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