Web Log Analyzer is aiming to provide an alternative to AWStats (and the likes) and will be implemented in PHP as a Drupal 7.x module.
What it does
Propels Drupal 6 sites into the Future by suppressing PHP strict warnings created when running a Drupal 6 site on PHP 5.4.
If you've transferred a Drupal 6 site to a server running PHP 5.4 chances are pretty good that you'll see tons of PHP warnings flooding your watchdog logs and displaying on-screen messages about PHP strict warnings in contributed code. Some of these will eventually be fixed by maintainers but some inevitably will not. Sure you can fix your own code but what about all the others? What to do? You have a few options:
1.) Maybe you've switched your Drupal error reporting to be "log only". That's fine but expect your watchdog table to balloon in size very quickly and you're probably noticing a significant performance lag.
2.) Maybe you tried to turn off strict warnings via settings.php, php.ini or .htaccess. None of those will work because Drupal's drupal_error_handler function will override those settings unless you set the value to 0 (no error reporting at all) which is not a good thing either.
3.) You could hack core, kill a kitten and move on. It would work, but what about the kitten?!Read more
Based on Biblio Scholar, this module adds Dublin Core metatags to biblio nodes.
This module allows site administrators to override the Field Label on any field in the Manage Display settings page. This allows each field to have a different title in different view modes.
The field formatter label settings are found in the Manage display tab for content types, users, and other entities. A text box is available for each field's label, revealed by using the formatter settings edit button (Gear wheel icon) for that field. If no 'Label override' is specified then the default will be used.
- Field formatter settings: Provides the low-level API needed to alter formatter's settings forms.
This module is almost identical to the Field Display Label module, the sole difference being that the label can be overridden in the Manage Display UI (rather than on the field configuration screen).
This module should work just fine with the Field Display Label module in the way you expect. If it is enabled the following logic dictates what a field's label will be:
1. Use the Field Formatter Label override, if it is not specified then:
2. Use the Field Display Label override, if it is not specified then:
3. Use the Field label (as per Drupal core behaviour).
This module simply imports exchange rates from openexchangerates.org and puts them in a database, updated on cron runs at a frequency you set. What you do with the exchange rates after that is up to you.
The Node Asset module provides the ability to add nodes of specified content types as assets to the body of another node. I am following the model of the Asset module but engineering it to use nodes instead of Media Asset entities. This will allow assets to stand alone and be embeded in the body of another node.
This module is currently in the early stages of development so there is no code available at this time.