Distributions provide site features and functions for a specific type of site as a single download containing Drupal core, contributed modules, themes, and pre-defined configuration. They make it possible to quickly set up a complex, use-specific site in fewer steps than if installing and configuring elements individually.
Ulmus is an idea within the ELMS initiative to make a drupal system that deploys other Drupal systems. This conceptually similar to Aegir but without all the hosting connotations. Ulmus will not have qualified releases at this time but is the name space chosen to house all of the links and make files needed to run your own ulmus instance, a Drupal site focused around educational technology toolsets (like LTI) that enables others to create structured sites (install profiles) on their own.
Ulmus is born about as part of the ELMS initiative at Penn State. Ulmus is the Genus of ELMS, and as such ELMS is a specific instance of the Ulmus family.
This project is sponsored by the ELMS initiative.
This is the project page for the code and issue tracking for Greater Los Angeles Area Drupal Camp 2013 and future GLADCamp conferences.
Best practices for getting involved:
- We're using a basic Kanban-style approach with tasks in our issue queue. You're welcome to chime in on any existing issues that match your interest or expertise as well as open new ones;
- Each task should be owned by someone and no issues should be unassigned;
- There's no need to include "GLADCamp" in the name — all issues are already about GLADCamp;
- Update your email notification settings at https://drupal.org/project/issues/subscribe-mail/gladcamp
- When mentioning other issues or linking to them, use
- Try to use a "3 email rule" — if an email between individuals turns into a thread of 3 or emails, get on the phone, Google+ hangout, etc. and work it out more quickly;
This installation profile makes it possible to quickly set up a complex site for a specific use in fewer steps than installing and configuring elements individually. It also populates the Drupal database with necessary settings, allowing an administrator to begin harvesting library metadata immediately after installing Drupal.
News: 1.3 version is released!
The toolkit has four parts: the row of modules, a specific theme, a custom Apache Solr, and an Drupal distribution, which includes all necessary modules (XC and 3rd party ones), the current Drupal 6 core (6.27, with the necessary patch), and the theme. Previously the installation was quite complex, now we worked hard to make it easier.
The process is built on "drush", the Drupal command line tool. (see more: http://drupal.org/documentation/modules/drush).
The installation has two parts: a Drupal part, and a Solr part.
The Drupal part
If you have Drush:
$ cd /var/www # the Apache httpd server's webroot directory
$ drush dl xc_installation-6.x-1.3 --drupal-project-rename=xc
$ cd xc
$ drush si xc_installation --db-url=mysqli://[mysql user]:[mysqlpw]@localhost/xc --site-name="eXtensible Catalog" --account-pass=admin
$ chmod a+w sites/default/files
Open http://localhost/xc in your browser. You can log in as admin/admin.
The purpose of the GiveCamp Starter Site is to provide an out of the box web solution for hosting a GiveCamp so that the organizers of the event can spend their more time ensuring a successful event instead of creating a website.
The eduDu Kickstart distribution is a series of best practice modules for those in education to get sites up and running quickly. It includes usability, development, performance, and other modules commonly used in the creation of awesome drupal sites!
This project is managed by the EDU Drupal Unconsortium.
Tired of complicated local environments that are pain to setup and are always inconsistent between your machine, your co-workers machines and the live environment?
Druidbox aims to solve this problem by creating perfect environment automatically with just few commands. It uses Vagrant for virtualization, and Puppet for managing and keeping the installation consistent across all your environments.
Some of the installed tools include:
.. And many others.
The project(and installation instructions) lives in Github for now and is in development phase, please come back later for detailed info.
Development moved to github
OpenScholar is under active development on github
is an open source SaaS platform built as a Drupal distribution. It’s a web site builder application that allows end users to easily create dynamic and customizable web sites on the fly. Each site comes with a suite of apps, widgets and themes users can choose from, enabling them to build and manage feature-rich web sites.
OpenScholar discussion group
For question, answer, discussions etc, please visit the OpenScholar group page: http://groups.drupal.org/openscholar
Maintaining and Development
OpenScholar is developed and maintained by Institute for Quantitative Social Science at Harvard University
Please use the issue queue for any support issue. We have and IRC channel, #openscholar on irc.freenode.net
Folders is a very small and simple distribution focused on file management.
Is designed to work out of the box as a public file repository.
Possible use cases of this distributions are:
- You are a teacher a want a really simple way to categorize your files in folders.
- You are not a teacher but you want a really simple way to categorize your files in folders :)
Development in progress.
Icons used in this project belongs to the Elementary Icon Set released under GPL.
Like Drupal. But "hardened" with additional modules/configuration to try to make it more secure (or at least to match common conceptions about how to make something secure).
This project comes with the same warranty as all other projects on Drupal.org.
A full drupal install is available below.
If you are comfortable with drush make the make file build-hardened_drupal.make can be used to build Hardened Drupal with the command:
drush make build-hardened_drupal.make hardened_drupal
The "Applications Catalog" project has been renamed, to "OpenCivic," so this project page is now obsolete. To find the actual distro, go to:
Basic profile for Vardot websites.
This distribution is sponsored and developed by Vardot.
This is a test project for Drupal.org packaging.
Research lab is an installation profile that give you a well made research project website. It's a series of modules, features, and well made theme that can give you some ideas of how to present research findings in a more visual way then through traditional paper publishing.
This project is based on the work to produce the Marcellus by Design research project site.
Project Management is something which helps all projects run smoothly. I personally resent having to pay good money to companies who host poor solutions. This is what spawned the idea of a Project Management profile for Drupal.
I have currently taken inspiration from a few pages around the web such as:
ELMS: ICOR stands for Interactive Course Object Repository. It is an organic groups based distribution ment to be used in conjunction with the ELMS Suite of Tools based approach to educational technology implementation.
- Robust Quizzing / self-check / assessment engine powered by Quiz and related modules
- Ability to create interactive Timelines via views timeline JS module
- APIs for creation and management custom interactive activities via User Progress API
- LTI integration
- CIS integration
This functionality is kept separate from ELMS and the MOOC platform, though is being designed to be used in conjunction with it. The reason for keeping these two separate stem from keeping Content and instructional flow separate from interactive activities. For example, The course outline can be changed, upgraded, and modified without negatively impacting the inline self-checks and quiz capabilities provided by this distribution (and visa versa).
Distribution for One Type
Default fields in the Content type
- Media(Images, Videos..)
- Import(from Feed URL)
- Rating(1-5 Stars)
- Restaurant (Menu is a list of all Content with image, price, Text & tagged with "menuitem")
- Non Profit Organization (Events are all Content with image, Location, Text & tagged with "event")
This will allow "non developers" to create dynamic lists of content.
Demo @ http://one.technikh.com/
Creating a Page tagged with the term "Wings" will show a dynamic list of content tagged with the same term "Wings"
Skip to Slide 100 in this presentation I presented at Boston Drupal Meetup
Distribution by SeeD EM
Focuses on SEO and Multilingual options out of the box.
We are in the process of deciding which modules should be kept as part of the distro, please be aware that some might be removed while in dev. YOU'VE BEEN WARNED!
What you get
When you install a SeeD Dist Drupal Site, you get a a usable Drupal site with: