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.
API Site is an installation profile that (nearly) automatically creates a documentation site for the Drupal API. This is similar to api.drupal.org.
Having an Drupal API site can very helpful to yourself and others. Running one locally means that you can always have a browsable reference to the Drupal API even without an internet connection. Running one that is public can be beneficial to the community if the Drupal API site goes down. It is also a good base to include contributed modules which are not on the main Drupal API site.
The suggested method of using this profile is with Drush Make, due to how distributions are currently created on drupal.org. This means you will have to be familiar with the command line.
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.
Releases missing security updates
There are security updates available for code included in these releases. Review release notes before downloading.
Knowledge management for Open Atrium is a feature package that makes it easier to do on-the-job-knowledge-management and reuse information in Open Atrium. The package currently contains:
Graphmind, a mindmap module for Drupal that allows you to upload mindmaps to your Drupal site and even use data from your site to build mindmaps.
Semantic editor: makes it possible to mark up snippets in a text using a WYSIWYG editor with RDFa markup.
Semantic layers/filters: these 2 technologies together allow you to add CSS classes to RDFa marked up text and then change the way these are displayed. This could be used to let users choose the type of information they would be interested in seeing (e.g. advance level, knowledge space, etc.).
Faceted insert: an asynchronous faceted search interface that lets you search and paste the content of another node into the text field you working on.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.