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.
Open Enterprise is designed to greatly simplify deployment of typical Drupal websites and popular components. It leverages the novel Apps model to enable one click installs of a growing library of popular plug and play features such as blogs, FAQs, events, locations and photo galleries. Its primary goal is to make Drupal simple enough for non-technical people yet retain all of Drupal’s legendary power and flexibility.
Open Enterprise was designed to serve three needs:
Enhanced Drupal base install – By moving the bulk of site building to Apps that can be installed at any time, the Open Enterprise core is able to be lightweight and adaptable for virtually any Drupal project. The core contains essential modules, usability enhancements and a clever WYSIWYG implementation. If you are new to Drupal, OE can be a great way to learn how to build robust sites. If you are an expert, it can help you get a big jump on your next project.
Business, organization and general websites – Open Enterprise’s App server is full of popular features commonly found on corporate, non-profit, personal and other websites. By combining Drupal 7 and OE’s core usability enhancements with the one click install ease of Apps, the power of Drupal is finally readily accessible to all organizations.
Inbound marketing engine – While you can build common business and organizational websites quickly with OE, it really shines as the hub for expanding your digital footprint and building your organization online. It provides a one-of-a-kind suite of content strategy, SEO and social media tools to help drive traffic, engage visitors, convert & retain champions and unleash your online brand.
ERPAL as a plattform for software developers and service providers enables you to manage your projects, teams, data and business processes with ONE smart toolbox that includes all the following features:
CRM (contact and activity management)
Project management (timetracking, payments, agil and fixed price, expenses, gantt charts, requirement management) with Freelancer support
Document management and document creation
Contract management with reccuring invoices
Employee management (over hours, holidays, costs)
Invoice creation and PDF export
...and many other features
ERPAL's goal is to have ONE TOOL to consolidate all the different business processes, instead of a bunch of tools that aren't necessarily compatible with each other and not capable of transferring data between them. The ERPAL system enables you to manage all your everyday business tasks in one integrated smart solution.
The ERPAL system is under active development. If you like to support or donate to the project, don't hesitate to use the ERPAL contact page. You can support ERPAL by
Help testing features and usability
Help developing good architecture, automated tests and modules
CiviCRM is used by more than 8000 organizations to provide contact, contribution, membership, event, and mailing management. This distribution bundles Drupal and CiviCRM into a single download along with some of the most popular CiviCRM related modules. This is a STARTER KIT. These are not the only modules you will likely want to add to Drupal or extension to CiviCRM. You can find additional Drupal modules and native CiviCRM Extensions you may want to add in the CiviCRM Extensions Directory.
A small distribution to install Drupal with user interface translations pulled automatically from localize.drupal.org. It is suggested you use this distribution to start off with Drupal if you'd like to set up a localized site. You can find setup instructions for the Drupal 7 version (which applies to Drupal 6 as well) at http://localize.drupal.org/node/2024
Cartaro is the web mapping platform that brings the power of the best open source geospatial components into Drupal. With Cartaro you are able to set-up and run your own geo-enabled and OGC standards-compliant website with not more than a few clicks. The geospatial components used in Cartaro are PostGIS, GeoServer, GeoWebCache and OpenLayers.
Cartaro is for organisations and individuals that need to run a light-weight spatial data infrastructure (SDI) without the need for extensive configurations and much individual programming. Cartaro is also for all websites that focus on CMS features while also having to handle geospatial data.
OpenideaL (OI) is an online idea management system (IDMS) intended for organizations who wish to share with their clients strategic decisions and planification of future products and services. it serves as a tool for the clients community, for expressing their opinions and discussing around them.
“Clients”, in the scope of OI, may be the customers of a commercial entity, citizens of a municipality and also employees in an corporate application.
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The Local Baha'i Community Website Incubator is an installation profile incorporating many features that might commonly be used on a website for a local Baha'i community or a group of communities.
Multi-user site: Give each member of the community his or her own account on the Incubator site. A role-based permission system will allow you to decide who can post which kinds of content. The entire community can contribute to the website!
WYSIWYG editing: Your writers and editors won't have to be fluent in html, css, or other web technologies in order to post basic pages; instead, they can write their stories directly on the site in a WYSIWYG editor that is like a simple word processor. The editor will allow users the flexibility to format individual stories as they see fit, while maintaining a consistent style throughout the site.
News and blogs: Designate some writers in the community as "reporters" and they can publish local news. Other users given the role of "bloggers" may write personal stories about community life. In the future, you can even submit your site's stories for inclusion in local news sources, like Google news.
Cm is a general-purpose distribution that packages essential enhancements to Drupal's core functionality for site builders, content authors and themers. It is designed to be a web content management solution for a wide variety of sites, and allow you to get up and running quickly with features and configuration that you would otherwise have to implement from scratch.
OpenAcademy is a Drupal distribution that brings the best in web publishing for higher education on a customizable Drupal platform. This distribution is a flexible, extendable package that lets university departments run fully functional, polished websites straight out of the box.
It is built on top of the Panopoly base distribution - a cleanly extendable Drupal 7 installation profile with a Features-based, Kit-compliant functionality. Open Academy is developed and supported by SystemSeed.
Gridly is a minimal & responsive Omega 4 subtheme. It is distributed as an install profile with all non-visual functionality provided as features. The theme is ideal for graphic designers or photographers or people who wish to publish a very visual/photo orientated website.
Recruiter is a Drupal distribution for building Drupal based e-recruitment platforms. Users can register either as recruiter and post job classifieds or they can register as applicants and fill out their resume. A faceted search helps users to find jobs and possible job candidates.
This ERPAL distribution is a platform for flexible business applications built with Drupal. ERPAL platform includes the most recent functionality for business applications like accounting features, CRM and E-Commerce Systems. It is based on Drupal commerce and includes CRM core as a base for CRM and commerce functionality.
The Drupal WxT distribution is a web content management system which assists in building and maintaining innovative Web sites that are accessible, usable, and interoperable. This distribution is open source software and free for use by departments and external Web communities.
Fundamentally this distribution relies and integrates extensively with the WET-BOEW jQuery Framework to leverage much of the accessibility support and extensively tested markup. Omega 4.x is used as the base theme for its exceptional HTML5 support and SASS / SMACSS based architecture. Where possible Drupal WxT will also pull work from the Panopoly and Spark Distributions due to the UX features and forward thinking design.
CommerceBox appears to be a solution which expedites matters when you are setting up and kick-starting your Drupal Commerce site.
As a CommerceBox team, we are elaborating this package to help developers speed up Drupal based Commerce solutions development as well as to provide customers with a flexible tool for setting up and tuning an Eshop.