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.
A question/answer site built to emulate the core functionality of the StackOverflow.com site and the StackExchange platform. Originally built as a fantasy site for Lullabot's Do It With Drupal conference in December 2009, the installation profile is capable of bootstrapping and configuring the initial site.
It currently implements a reasonable subset of the site's functionality, but is incomplete and far from bug-free. It has rough edges that need to be smoothed out and functionality that needs to be finished in other contrib modules before this package could be considered a full feature-clone of Stack Overflow, or before it could be considered ready-for-use by site builders who do not already know Drupal well. A TODO.txt will be coming shortly.
If you're a themer interested in building skins for ArrayShift, or a developer interested in adding new features to the platform, contact us -- additional maintainers are being sought to improve the project and make this profile a useful "turnkey" distribution.
This Drupal install profile configures a Drupal site using a standard set of modules for political campaign web sites. These are the required modules:
Install profile demonstrating a Spaces 3 Drupal site using Context 3 for a drag & drop dashboard.
To use the demo install profile you must build your platform using drush_make as external projects and libraries are referenced by the Spaces Demo makefile.
Building your Spaces Demo platform
- Install drush and drush_make
- Create a file (you can call it whatever you like) with the following contents:
core = "6.x"
projects = "drupal"
projects = "spacesdemo"
- Build your site by running the following at a terminal:
$ drush make [makefile] [directory]
[makefile]is the name of your makefile and
[directory]is the name of the directory where you would like your site built.
- Run install.php, create your files directory, etc. etc. etc.
This is an installation profile intended to bring together the most commonly used modules in a coherent package that will allow both people new to drupal, and developers a strong starting point for a full featured CMS using this as a submodule (see http://drupal.org/project/profiler) .
Kudos to the infrastructure team, and anyone else associated with getting the new installation profile packaging in place. Now, when you download this package, all the modules will be included as well. That's awesome! [edit- and now that I just tested it, you will also download sub-profiles as well!)
[new improved thinking] My initial thinking was it would be awesome to have a drupal install that allows people to get started quickly with a generic site, using best practice modules. While I think that is still a goal, I think the first step will be to keep things simple and try to stick with features module / ctools exportables as much as possible for now. Not only can we expand upon what is possible in an install profile, but individual customizations and improvements can be re-exported and contributed back.
Profile for installing drupal in Polish language.
Please don't use this profile.
This is my own installation profile for standalone blogs on drupal with captcha, wysiwyg, etc.
Also project includes normal russian localization.
You need recent versions of modules CCK, dst, filefield, imageapi, imageapi_gd, imagecache, imagecache_ui, imagefield, lightbox2, no_anon, pathauto, persistent_login, tagadelic, token, uploadpath, wysiwyg, admin_menu to install profile.
+see installation instructions for dst module(need to patch core)
Most fresh source of profile see in cvs.
Or you can get package here:
meetü is a Drupal-based platform for running games that encourages people to connect with one another, either for an event or as part of a group’s ongoing effort to get to know itself. The main way that the platform does this is by providing game organizers with the ability to create missions – miniature quests that participants must complete that involve interacting with other participants or with exhibits.
Two additional pieces of software are available for use with meetü. This software, and its source, can be downloaded from the Open Publishing Lab website.
- Printable Assets Pack - Provides tools for automatically generating meetü game cards of site missions using Adobe InDesign
- Mission Card Processor - Allows meetü game cards to be scanned, decoded and processed automatically
Spectacle is a digital signage publishing system for displaying of content on 720p and 1080p displays. More info coming soon.
Eduglu is a robust social learning engine with pluggable educational tools.
The goal for Eduglu is to:
a) Provide a superb out-of-the-box social learning engine to help departments, clubs, classrooms, and other campus groups communicate, collaborate, and learn with one another.
b) Support a social learning platform which individual universities and Drupal shops can integrate with existing tools and services and use to build custom tools supporting specific learning practices.
Structurally Eduglu is built on the same stack of modules as Open Atrium; Organic Groups, Spaces, Context, and Features.
Discussion around the project is happening at community.eduglu.org. Come and give it a try!
More information on the platform is also available at http://eduglu.com
Profiler Example is an example Install Profile for use with Profiler. You can use this Install profile to see how you would create an Install Profile using Profiler, and also as a starting point for creating your own.
Packaging Base profile provides a basic setup for Drupal packages. It's easy to hack.
This is a fork of the_base.
DANGO (Drupal And NGO) provides Drupal as a-ready-to-use solution that includes a range of features enabling NGOs to receive donations, tell their story in a compelling way, and keep in touch with supporters.
DANGO is available as an install profile that installs a variety of useful modules, many of which were developed as part of this project, which can also be downloaded manually.
- Windows Live Messenger
- Geocode Bing and its dependent modules
- eNewsletter and its dependent modules
- Activity Dashboard
- Fundraising and its dependent modules
DANGO has been sponsored by Microsoft and developed by a team of Drupal specialists with extensive experience of building and maintaining websites for NGOs.
Drupal Essentials is a website-in-a-box distribution that serves as a starting point for small businesses and people wanting to learn more about Drupal.
Essentials has pre-configured features common to many websites including company bios sortable through nodequeue, FAQs, user profiles, news, blog, downloadable press releases and more.
Essentials comes with sample content to help you get started.
This project requires the ability to pull features from a feature server, which drupal.org currently does not allow in makefiles for profiles so you must pull from CVS and run Drush make yourself.
We're not going to build any new distro's. Use the make file as an example, update where needed.
The Display Suite profile contains all modules which are supported by Display Suite. We don't enable all modules by default in the installation profile, we just wanted to package them all, so you know what's possible.
We also packaged the Nodeform Columns module for the D6 version which enables you to organise your node forms in an easy way. If you don't really care about fieldgroups on the node form page, but need them on the frontend, you don't need to enable fieldgroups from CCK. The same applies to the tabs and cck fieldgroup tabs module, which are also included in the profile. Display Suite has this functionality by default.
Important: some modules (like gmap and location) require the dev version to work properly, but for obvious reasons, the packed profile only contains official releases.
Read http://drupal.org/project/ds for more info and documentation about the Display Suite module.
A Drupal distribution tailored for libraries using the TING.concept. Most information is currently only available in Danish, but more will follow.
This distribution contains recommended modules for building or using a Fusion theme. This is a set of modules that we find ourselves constantly recommending, and has become our own base of modules for building sites. Many of these replace theme settings that were previously found in TNT themes, but have been removed in favour of these modules.
While certainly you don't need this distribution for building Drupal themes, it's a great place to start and get them in one handy download :)
Generic functionality for restaurants. There will also be no flash involved.
Features currently in progress:
- Locations, open hours and maps (zip code searching for multiple locations)
- Blog/News + Mollom spam protection
- Twitter and Facebook integration
- Menu and Nutritional information
- Jobs/employment section
- History/about us section
- Image and video galleries (also can be user-submittable)
- Franchise information section
Features in the wishlist:
- Intranet section for franchisees to communicate with headquarters
- Store/gift card ordering
- Mobile phone optimization
- Reservations/online togo ordering
- Review aggregator (see what people are saying about you on Google/Yelp/Urbanspoon, etc)
Work in progress.
The DropCRM Installation Profile will provide a number of Features to support using Drupal to manage data about people who interact with your organization and website.
Development if this installation profile has been moved to Project Pantheon (http://drupal.org/project/pantheon)
The Printcasting platform is designed to allow users to publish their own print-ready magazines.
A beta version of the codebase and importable database based around Drupal 5 is available for download at https://subversion.assembla.com/svn/printcasting-d5 .
A Drupal 6 version is in active development, and can be downloaded from https://subversion.assembla.com/svn/printcasting-d6 . An installation profile will be posted here once it is completed.
This is a placeholder for now. Code is forthcoming, but see http://groups.drupal.org/node/72373 for more:
In 2009, LA Drupal gave our DrupalCamp L.A. site code away to the world for other groups to adopt that would hopefully help spark new DrupalCamps across the world. At the time of its release we could only provide a ZIP file with the database dump and a folder of modules. Handfuls of user groups adopted our code and started to give us feedback. Up until now there has been no official documentation, instructions, or anything that would help get a new DrupalCamp site up painlessly. That is about to change.
With DrupalCamp LA 2010 coming this August it has always been a thought in the back of our minds to enhance the camp distribution intro a full-blown Drupal "distro". To celebrate that initiative I announce the beginnings of a real DrupalCamp Install Profile. At this time the profile is marked unstable and will be uploaded to Drupal.org at a later time. My goal is we'd have go through the first round of documentation to accompany the install profile before sharing this code.
This will soon hold our social networking profile, as discussed over here:
UPDATE: This install profile is not maintained. Use with caution.
Cornerstone is an install profile meant to provide a basic starting point for building most any type of Drupal site.
Installed modules include:
A few smart default settings are also put into place.
This install profile is supported by Merge.