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The aim of this project is to allow administrators to assign a userpoints category to taxonomy terms. Features include the ability to inherit the category of parent terms (default), to select whether parent terms are able to apply their settings automatically to their children, and apply a weight in case a node has multiple terms.
This module currently relies on the userpoints_nc module for the nodeapi and comments hooks.
Similar to my project where I map a userpoints category to a taxonomy term, this module maps a userpoint category to a node type. Unlike the userpoints taxonomy mapping module, administration is contained in the userpoints administration section. This module still relies on userpoints_nc for it's nodeapi and comment hooks. This reliance is primarily due to not wanting to recreate all the hooks that are in the userpoints_nc module.
This module provides hooks for UserPoints Mappings.
The goal of this project is to allow admins to set a maximum number of userpoints by category as opposed to overall. I anticipate this being on the individual term forms.
The goal of this project is to allow admins to associate organic groups with userpoint categories. The end result would be the ability to assign all content posted in a group that is not already assigned a category to a specific category.
This module interacts with a MailMan mailing list server to provide easy subscription or unsubscription for users. It provides the following features
1. Site administrators can add mailing lists (that already exist on the mailman server) that they want users to subscribe to.
2. Users can restrict which Drupal roles can subscribe/unsubscribe to a list.
3. Alternatively, the module can use the 'sync_members' utility of mailman to syncronize all members of a Drupal role with membership of a mailing list (requires Drush, and that MailMan and Drupal are on the same server or Drupal files are accessible on the mailman server).
This module is not a management utility for Mailman. It simply provides mechanisms for allowing users to subscribe or unsubscribe to a mailing list.
Drupal-to-Drupal (D2D) is a module to built-up a peer-to-peer network among Drupal instances using cryptography and XML-RPC.
An instance holds a public/private key pair allowing message to be encrypted and/or to be signed. The concept of friendship among Drupal instances is introduced. Therefore, instances exchange signed messages certifying their friendship. These friendship certificates have a limited validity but can be renewed automatically. Furthermore, friendship certificates allow friendship to be proved to other instances. Using public key cryptography, an instance can implement secure XML-RPC methods that can be called by friend instances. Friends are organized in groups to allow privileged access to particular methods.
IMPORTANT: the code in this module is still experimental and should not be used in production enviroment!!
This module is just a temporary solution as long as the Node and Comments Form Settings currently doesn't work for comments.
This module removes the homepage field from all comment forms.
Uyan is a comments platform that helps you build an active community from your website's audience. It's easy to install.
WebRTC calling module for Drupal, based on SIP over WebSockets. See http://www.resiprocate.org/WebRTC_and_SIP_Over_WebSockets for more details.
Drupal 7 version of Post it Everywhere module. https://drupal.org/project/postiteverywhere
The main ideas for this sandbox are
- ability to merge different domains into one multisite installation for single admin interface
- simplifying Domain Access to handle new outstanding features like entity and fieldAPI
- views and views bulk operations (actions) for mass editing domains data
This is the equivalent of comment_notify for reply.
This is a basic module which borrows a lot from comment_notify.
For now many things have been hardcoded, the admin pages are not working, but we plan to fix it soon. Patches are welcome!
This module is currently being used.
Secret world domination project No. 138.
Allows users to add and confirm d.o userIDs to their profiles, in a somewhat hackish manner.
Not ready for serious use. Will hopefully be ready before it's obsolete.
A module for building petitions using webform and webform_remote_submission.
This module creates a block showing tweets one by against a twiter username.
For "X" seconds a tweet will be displayed and then next will be visible after that. Currently "X" is equal to 4.
INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATIONS:
- Download and install this module
- Configure it at http://yoursite/admin/config/content/tweets_ticker
- From blocks display "Twiter Tweet Ticker" block to a any region to display the ticker
The Reserve module creates an online system by which users can reserve administrator-defined assets of an organization for set periods of time. Users can create, edit, and delete their own reservations, as well as peruse a gallery of all assets that can be reserved at a given location, view calendars of all reservations, and report issues.
Comment sources makes it possible to manage multiple sources (i.e. 3rd party services) of comments on nodes and node types.
- Jeffrey Licht https://github.com/jlicht
- Ferdi Alimadhi https://github.com/Ferdi
- Richard Brandon http://github.com/rbran100
Comment Sources module integrates node comment settings with 2 3rd party comment projects: Facebook social plugins integration and Disqus. Once Comment sources is enabled, users can select a different comment source (Facebook, Disqus, or Drupal) for every node type. Currently adding the ability to override on a per-node basis as well.
The module provides a number of namespaced hooks to allow more comment sources to be easily provided in other modules. It is already in active use in the OpenScholar project. Please see GitHub for commit & issue history: Early development, Recent development (in OpenScholar)
Sponsored by OpenScholar Drupal profile.
This blog serves as a weekly update newsletter for the members of CrossFit BoomTown.
This module can handles multiple Linkedin groups posts using in panel configuration which provides integration with the LinkedIn Group Posts.
It supports the following features:
Displaying 'Linkedin group discussion post' block for the specified Group in each panel configuration,
The Linkedin Groups 7.x-1.x-dev version requires LinkedIn Group Posts module.
PDF merger module used to merge the pdf file located under one directory.
It provides an option to merge the selected PDF files or merge the PDF file by mentioned valid page number.
To merge the PDF file based on the configuration of the located directory.
Please feel free to touch me and give your valuable feedback to improve further
Right now its drupal 6.x version.
Planning to make drupal 7.x shortly.
Schmooz started out with one simple goal: to organize the hundreds of comments that were posted on a single webpage. With this in mind, it has shaped itself into an innovative new way of online communication. Designed by Dhruvil Patel and developed by the WebPlanex Team, Schmooz is here to change the way people communicate on websites.
Want to have your own separate conversation on a webpage? We let you do that.
Want to favourite a stream of comments so you can view it later? We let you do that as well.
Want to mention a friend on Twitter directly from a comment? Yes, you read that right.
Schmooz allows every user the ability to start their own conversation. Instead of one continuous stream of comments, users can distinguish between different conversations and reply in the ones they want to participate in.
View multiple Conversations
Not only do users have the ability to take part in more than one conversation, they can view two conversations on a webpage at the same time, making reading and replying to comments super efficient.
Instantly See What's Trending
Note: As of 2009/07/22, this module appears to no longer be supported. If you are interested in taking this module over, or you as the module maintainer feel this message has been posted in error, please reply to http://drupal.org/node/317911.
This module allows users to manage their own contact list in Drupal. Some constraints can be applied like max number of contacts per user, private or public directories and administration permissions.