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.
Our project targets community media, and seeks to lower the barrier to entry for communities looking to collaborate with other like-minded groups via the web. One of the uses for our work will be within journalism, but other uses include collaborative creation of open courseware.
To get VoiceBox:
- Download the fully packaged tarball from the VoiceBox Features Server.
- Use the makefile (which requires Drush Make) connected with this project page. If you are comfortable with the command line and using Drush then this is probably your preferred option.
Additional documentation for this project can be found on http://code.funnymonkey.com
The fully functioning install profile requires bundling third party libraries; while this is in the pipeline for support on drupal.org, it is not yet fully supported. The .make file committed to CVS for this project will install a complete, fully functioning site - and using the .make file will be a better choice for more experience site builders. The completely bundled download will be a better choice for users getting started with Drupal.
Watershed Now is a Drupal distribution developed to support the common content management, social media, online advocacy, fundraising, and geo-mapping needs of conservation organizations.
OpenCity is going to represent the opne source solution for city web sites. Built on the open-source framework Drupal, OpenCity makes it possible to create city web sites in a matter of minutes. OpenCity will allow users to create feature-rich web sites.
Currently we define the outlines and welcome partners to support the development.
Open and Ready-to-use Blog (OR2U-Blog) is a distribution of Drupal that lets you easily and quickly create your own advanced blog.
You can quickly download and easily install OR2U. It is not necessary to understand the programming and code. You can make all the necessary settings in the user interface.
This is a news distribution aimed at "hyper-local news" though it works well for nearly any news where location is important. The profile creates new content types, vocabularies (taxonomy), and configures many common modules for you. It also creates an unpublished page as the first piece of content that walks you through the process of how to setup your site and lets you configure things as you see fit.
The initial profile is based on a year's worth of part-time efforts on BakerNow.com a site about a specific neighborhood in Denver.
You need the hyper-local news install profile if:
- You want to create a directory of organizations, businesses, or other locations
- You want to post events, photos, and articles that relate to those locations
- You want to see how to get those gmap and location and views modules to actually work together
Known critical problems
- #905666: create 6.x-1.0-beta release (and mark it supported) Workaround: download the 6.x-1.x-dev version of exportables, remove the version you have in profiles/hyperlocalnews/modules/modules/exportables/ and place the 6.x-1.x-dev version in its place.
Due to these issues you will need to do manual workarounds.
We'll fill this out when we have more time + have a better idea of what we're doing. In the meantime, we wanted an issue queue!
Some good ideas for keeping us all working together - http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1821085/what-are-the-best-practices-f...
The Clickbank installation profile will be a plug and play site for vendors and affiliates, and will be based on http://drupal.org/project/clickbank_ipn.
Currently, this profile is under development.
Here's how Donor Rally works:
- Fans of your organization create their own personal (or team) fundraising pages. Campaign goals are visualized by the Donor Rally Thermometer.
- Each team promotes your cause using their social networks, including Facebook, Twitter, and personal email lists.
- Donors then click to donate money.
Donor Rally creates a healthy spirit of competition to see who can raise the most money before the campaign ends. A leaderboard allows everyone to keep tabs on the top performers. After you've hit your campaign target, the money is transferred from Paypal into your bank account. The only thing left is to thank everyone for the time, love, and money they donated to your cause.
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Open Enterprise is designed to greatly simplify deployment of typical Drupal websites and popular components. It leverages the novel Apps model to enable one click installs of a growing library of popular plug and play features such as blogs, FAQs, events, locations and photo galleries. Its primary goal is to make Drupal simple enough for non-technical people yet retain all of Drupal’s legendary power and flexibility.
Open Enterprise was designed to serve three needs:
- Enhanced Drupal base install – By moving the bulk of site building to Apps that can be installed at any time, the Open Enterprise core is able to be lightweight and adaptable for virtually any Drupal project. The core contains essential modules, usability enhancements and a clever WYSIWYG implementation. If you are new to Drupal, OE can be a great way to learn how to build robust sites. If you are an expert, it can help you get a big jump on your next project.
- Business, organization and general websites – Open Enterprise’s App server is full of popular features commonly found on corporate, non-profit, personal and other websites. By combining Drupal 7 and OE’s core usability enhancements with the one click install ease of Apps, the power of Drupal is finally readily accessible to all organizations.
- Inbound marketing engine – While you can build common business and organizational websites quickly with OE, it really shines as the hub for expanding your digital footprint and building your organization online. It provides a one-of-a-kind suite of content strategy, SEO and social media tools to help drive traffic, engage visitors, convert & retain champions and unleash your online brand.
Drune is an example installation profile for the Definitive Guide to Drupal 7.
The example consists of a web-based music player built on top of Drupal.
The Designer Starter Kit is ultimately to become one or more installation profiles, which a Designer that is new to Drupal can download and install, and right away start to do a design for this installation. The thing that is lacking from the profiles is styling. There is an empty theme inside, but the styling looks, say, like Stark.
The idea for this project originated at the Design Camp Prague 2010. We want to make it easy for a designer to get a kickstart. The installation profile (s) will be built for special use cases: Brochureware, Portfolio, Blogging, you name it. There is also some sample content, so the profile (s) really look and (basically) work like an installation profile for the respective use case.
We see there is quite some overlap with initiatives to create kick-ass install profiles that let Drupal shine out of the box. But we have to start somewhere. These profiles are not aimed at creating a usable profile, but to present some sample content and the real look, so a designer has something do design for.
We also plan on including a PSD file that mirrors the profile and has all the important elements in it (Comments, User image, Submitted information, read more link)
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This is an install profile that does everything that the 'Default' Drupal 6 profile does, but it also installs Admin Menu. (For Drupal 7, it uses a modified version of the 'Standard' profile.) I use this for every test site that I create, and find it very useful. I hope that I am not the only one!
This profile installs the Admin Menu, but is otherwise identical to the core default profile.
This profile is a modified version of the core standard profile.
This profile was modified by Josh The Geek.
I don't show dev releases because they are always the same as the latest official release.
This project has been abandoned.
A fully-functional social bookmarking profile, all with the power of Drupal 7.
- Easy bookmark creating/tagging/sharing
- URL lookup (see how many people have linked same url, what they've tagged with
- Private bookmarks
- xFolk microformat integration
- Pluggable tag recommendations (e.g. tags from other links on the same site or from the delicious.com API.
- Easy importing and exporting (your escape from delicious.com)
- Provides its own API via Services module.
- Easily create links via bookmarklet
- Some kind of mobile support?
Free software I pledge this installation profile will never be sold in a "Drupal App Store". Anyone will always be able to download the fully functional code right here under the full terms of the current Drupal GPL license.
Its functionality is best understood by browsing the current staging site which exhibits the Project Flow & Tracker project itself being booting into existence. The top level Biz Model is divided into lists of features, values and elements of the problem domain; while the User Stories lists the backlog of the project, divided into "New", "Ready", "In Progress" and "Accepted", and are also listed by Role.
This project is the "starterkit" for all Omega projects.
This includes many popular modules, and the Omega base theme and tools. Primarily developed at GitHub.
This Drupal distribution lets you create, edit and manage iTunes U-compliant podcasts. It handles all the iTunes U metadata per collection and track, and you can import existing feeds to later edit. Also, it allows you to delegate file uploading, feed publishing, etc. to different people on your organization. It also imports and parses iTunesU usage reports.
New in 1.0: Support for the new .TXT format raw logs. In January, Apple discontinued the XLS-format reports sent by email. Now you can load any XLS files you already have PLUS the new TXT format logs, and get a single full report spanning all dates regardless of the report file format you import.
Some current users of this app are UNESCO, University of Wisconsin-Madison, New Media Consortium (NMC) and Tecnológico de Monterrey.
This is a sandbox only mirror of the official Aegir Provision project.
This is a sandbox only mirror of the official Aegir Hostmaster project.
Saybit-Science is an installation profile that sets up a basic intranet for collaborative documentation of research activities and data curation in science organizations. It could be used in academic research labs or companies that do research.
Saybit-Science fas the following features:
1) Content Types: Project, data-store, document, and discussion. The content is linked together in a hierarchical organization using a specialized version of node relativity.
2) Flags: To bookmark and set the status of content.
3) Notifications: Users are sent node and comment updates. The team UI allows team members to 'CC' others on updates to keep everyone informed.
4) Roles: There are roles for more limited access to create content (Experimenter) and full content creation permission (Project Manager). There is also a Site Administrator role with broad functional access.
5) 'Teammates': Userreference_nodeaccess field allowing team members to give edit/delete grants to other users for selected content. This allows to create teams with access to certain documents.
This is a test sub profile for NodeStream that contains lots of example data. It is ideal for trying NodeStream out and for working with NodeStream development.