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.
This is a test of using the profiler module for creating sub profiles in conjunction with the drupal.org drush make capabilities. Immediately this install profile will not provide any features other than testing, but if this method is successful, this will become an extension to the top modules base installation and provide a more robust CMS installation profile with wysiwyg, etc.
A Drupal installation profile for testing Feeds module.
Download and install following Drupal installation instructions. When prompted for which profile to install, choose "Feeds Test Site".
Once installed, manually install Simpletest following its setup instructions in INSTALL.txt. Simpletest is available in profiles/feeds_test/modules/simpletest but it is not automatically enabled as it will require you to patch Drupal core before installation. Patch simpletest with #587304-3.
Then, download SimplePie and place simplepie.inc in feeds/libraries.
Go to admin/build/testing, select "Feeds" and run tests.
If you develop for Feeds, run rebuild-dev.sh in profiles/feeds_test which will rebuild the modules directory, check out the latest Feeds version from CVS and patch Simpletest module (rebuild-dev.sh won't patch Drupal core though, so you still have to take care of that yourself).
VozMob is Drupal customized as a mobile blogging platform. VozMob has been designed to make it easy to post content to Drupal from mobile phones via voice calls, SMS, or MMS. You don't need a smart phone to post blog entries - any phone will do :) VozMob comes with filters that clean up incoming multimedia messages, allows new users to register via SMS, and lets site editors send multimedia content out to registered users' mobile phones. For a full list of features see our Roadmap.
VozMob is a project initially created by the Institute of Popular Education of Southern California (IDEPSCA) and the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California (ASC), to help project the voices of immigrant workers by appropriating mobile phones for popular communication. For more info check out VozMob.net.
PLEASE READ: This Installation Profile is in development. It will not currently provide you with a working VozMob instance. If you'd like to help us work on the Installation Profile, please get in touch over at irc://freenode/vozmob :)
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.
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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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.
Creates a simple installation that assembles the OG/Spaces/Features stack and allows you to start creating communities. Also includes two small -- optional -- features for creating discussions and wiki pages within a community.
Due to the restrictions on Drupal.org's make files, I cannot create any release nodes. Please refer to this project directly through the git repository.
git clone --branch 6.x-1.x http://git.drupal.org/project/noc.git
Work on this has been developed through GoingOn. We are building a platform for social learning. Our approach is to create a base layer that allows the creation of a network of communities and add enhancement layers to it for academic purposes and our specific use cases. This install profile will target only the most basic requirements for building a community site with no specific use case in mind.
The Linked Data Platform is a toolkit for generating, importing, visualising and publishing RDF data. This distribution currently contains everything you need to pull RDF data into Drupal, relying on modules such as sparql_views and rdf_importer to generate views and nodes driven by RDF.
While Drupal is used for the visualisation and publishing, we rely on additional software such as XLWrap to generate RDF from spreadsheets, and Virtuoso to serve as a triple store . The tools and techniques that are used for these steps are currently documented on the LDP github wiki, but we plan to release a VM / Amazon AMI that will contain everything you need for the entire process.
The project is currently under heavy development, but the LDP is forming the basis of real-world projects, the first being dataShuttle.
The project has been written up, with links to related blog posts here:
Code is currently available on Github for those with a sense of adventure:
An upcoming installation profile...
Students need to sign up for lots of things besides courses. Things like service learning, teacher education, or social work programs all need to track students outside the scope of a course or even a semester. The Signup Project will provide a way for a campus to track the relationships between community partners, site coordinators, students, faculty, courses, and programs; while being simple to maintain and easy (even fun!) to use.
An install profile to set up a site dedicated to hosting a IRC bot.