I was trying to submit this hunting video to digg today and was told
“Your URL appears to be redirecting a bit too much for our tastes.”
This is just a normal ASP.NET webpage that uses web parts. ASP.NET does not work like most web programming. They do a lot of things for you. They really like to use 302 redirects to show pages.
Digg has decided that a site using ASP.NET web parts is spam I guess. This site has worked hard to make a video and picture sharing community for people into outdoor sports like hunting and fishing and now their members can’t share things they upload to digg. I think what digg did was try to stop spammers but what they did was block legit websties.
[tags]digg, digg.com, asp, microsoft, asp.net, asp.net 2.0, digg submition[/tags]