Small ASP.NET DotNetNuke Module w/ Facebook Integration

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This project is for a small DotNetNuke module called Dynamic Invite that can be written in C# or [url removed, login to view] and provide functionality that will allow a user to come to a page, and "Invite" their Facebook friends to that page. The module will allow the Admin to define a "Message" that will go out to their Facebook friends. The user will be able to select as many Facebook friends as the system allows, and if needed continue to scroll to future pages to select Facebook friends.

This will be an initial version 1.0 of the module with just some limited functionality such as:

User Interface
Initial setup will include first name, last name, username or userID (hidden), email address, and 2 checkboxes. Unassigned
1st Checkbox = I want to invite friends by email
2nd Checkbox = I want to invite my FB friends
If invite by email, display multi-line textbox to enter multiple email addresses, separated by comma or semi-colon. make sure value does not end with a comma or semi-colon
If invite by FB, display default message that was entered by admins
Allow user to add to default message
Fire FB interface that requires login, etc.

Admin Interface
Admins can choose to offer invite by email only, invite by FB only or both Unassigned
Allow a checkbox to allow the user to optionally post a wall post
Allow a checkbox to allow the user to optionally post to their twitter account.
Allow admins to add default message to post
Optionally allow the admins to force the default message to allow the user to change / add message.

Optional feature to notify admin when a user sends invite with details
Log all invites into table that is visible to admins
Logging is optional.

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