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.
ELMS: ICOR stands for Interactive Course Object Repository. It is an organic groups based distribution ment to be used in conjunction with the ELMS Suite of Tools based approach to educational technology implementation.
Robust Quizzing / self-check / assessment engine powered by Quiz and related modules
This functionality is kept separate from ELMS and the MOOC platform, though is being designed to be used in conjunction with it. The reason for keeping these two separate stem from keeping Content and instructional flow separate from interactive activities. For example, The course outline can be changed, upgraded, and modified without negatively impacting the inline self-checks and quiz capabilities provided by this distribution (and visa versa).
Ecommify is a Drupal theme and distribution, powered by Drupal Commerce. It was created with a mind toward apparel shops, but can work great for other things as well. It's a great way to jumpstart your ecommerce site. Some of the features:
Clean, Spirited Design
Featured Products Carousel
Home Page Slider
Unique Promotion Areas on Catalog Pages
All the Features of the Most Advanced and Flexibile Ecommerce System on the Planet - Drupal Commerce.
Connect people who need help with people who can give help.
On May 20, 2013, a tornado devastated Moore, Oklahoma. The next day volunteers at Drupalcon Portland reached out to FEMA to find out how we could help. Within 24 hours 100 volunteers contributed to the Drupal for Oklahoma, #Drupal4OK, effort and launched Help4OK.org. The site connects people who need housing with people who can offer housing and people who need a ride with people who can offer rides. In the week after the tornado, people in the affected area have requested similar new features:
Project cleanup assistance: Connect people who need help with cleanup with volunteers who are able to help.
Equipment availability: Connect those people who need cleanup equipment (bobcat, backhoe, etc.) with people who have special equipment that could be borrowed or rented.
Right now there are two parallel works in progress on this project:
#1 Help - Using help4ok.org as a proof-of-concept, incorporating feedback we've received from users and disaster response experts, we're working to make a Drupal distributionthat makes it fast and easy to set up and extend sites like help4ok.org.
#2 www.help4ok.org - This website is still actively in use supporting survivors and volunteers in the aftermath of the tornado in Moore, OK.
ELMS: Learning Analytics Repository (LAR) is a distribution meant to act as the analytics backend for systems hooking into the ELMS Learning Network. This will use a methodology very similar to TinCan API in which activity is reported from locations separate from where it is actually captured, which is still different from the Learning management system. More details will emerge as this is in active development at this time.
This is a simple distribution whos entire purpose is to handle the watchdog communications for multiple sites.
Imagine having a large multi-site setup that you manage such that there are possibly 50 sites in a multisite. You don't want to have to run dblog and/or syslog on all those sites. So, what you do instead is you have a site that manages watchdog for all those sites. The sites in the multi-site can then use hook_watchdog to write their watchdog messages back to this distribution and then you only have 1 site running dblog / syslog but its being populated by all the other sites.
-- Site 1
-- Site 2
-- Site 3
To error check as well you are only going to 1 location as a developer.
This is essentially a quick bundling of defaults for entity watchdog, restws, a few contrib modules and drupal core. This was developed for the CIS distribution so that each multi-site stack in the ELMS Learning network could be troubleshot / monitored independently and at scale.
HyperDrupal is a distribution providing the basis for building a REST API server using Drupal 8. It derives its name from the use of hypermedia API responses, allowing REST API clients to traverse the API in much the same way a human traverses a web page.
The promise of a mature REST implementation is the API equivalent of a wiki walk, and Drupal 8 is poised to be the perfect framework for realizing this potential. Thanks to Web Services and Context in Core Initiative spearheaded by Larry Garfield, we now have a core REST module with an optional HAL module that allows us to format responses in one of the leading generic hypermedia types available (see the specification). We have also included Guzzle to serve as our HTTP client for consuming remote web services.
This distribution will be a sandbox of sorts for proving the use case of Drupal 8 as a REST API server and contributing to the development of tools that extend the functionality of core as both a server and client.
Starfish is a Drupal distribution that allows you to set the operating site in minimal time. All necessary modules are included in the installation and set up. Just when you install will be offered to the localization of the Russian language from the server drupalize.ru. Third-party libraries are automatically included in the distribution.
This distribution sets up a simple blog with the Meedjum theme. It basically just creates the Article content type, the listing view, and a couple settings, so you have yourself a simple, beautiful working blog out of the box.
A billing system designed to help chambers/lawyers to manage business process like employees attestations, customer invoices and s.o.
THIS DISTRIBUTION IS IN THE VERY EARLY STAGES OF ACTIVE DEVELOPMENT, IT COULD CHANGE SIGNIFICANTLY IN THE FUTURE. Please do use it in your development projects and contribute issues, patches and development as you find needed. We wouldn't recommend using it in production just yet, unless you really know what you're doing.
"Ready to GO" distribution have an idea to provide you with a great Drupal distribution, containing all necessary modules for you to easily start using Drupal with all the power it has!
Currently it is only an installation profile but the module is under active development to become a real Drupal "Ready to GO" distribution.
Currently it can be used for a starting point for site builders.
SEO - Providing all SEO modules technically required for a great distribution.