This install profile makes it easy to create a conference website with features like event signup, session proposal, session voting/judging, session selection/scheduling, and social networking prior to events. Read more about COD's features on usecod.com and our active development on in the COD Support modules project..
This profile improves the efficiency of setting up a powerful website for event and conference sites such as Drupalcamps and for non-Drupal events alike.
Check out the COD Roadmap on usecod.com.
You can download the latest version of COD, complete with external libraries from http://usecod.com/download.
You can certainly download the packages from drupal.org (we support using drupal.org as much as possible) but Drupal.org's current packaging restrictions prevent those files from being hosted here.
Note: Both COD and COD_Support are available from the Git repository as well as with each project's latest official release. It is advised that you get both projects from the same source. For example, get COD and COD_Support via Git clone, or the latest official releases of COD and COD_Support pages, but not COD from Git and cod_support's latest release.
The Drupal 6 COD project has received significant support from several projects. In particular:
- The 2010 MeeGo Conference hosted by the MeeGo project
- The DrupalCon Chicago site supported by Drupal Association
Please create an issue in the COD Support issue queue unless you are submitting an issue that is specifically about the COD installation profile or Drush make scripts.
If you're unsure of which issue queue you want, you probably want cod_support.