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.
Stonehenge is an installation profile that aims to be a complete agile project management system for Drupal. It is not yet usable, follow this page for updates.
Stongehenge is developed and sponsored by Druid. Contact us for Stonehenge support and customization as well as other Drupal-related things (optimization, consulting, module development, complete web systems or anything else you might need).
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Personal photo share is a simple site for managing access to submitted photos among a small group of people. It's intended to be used to create an easy way for people to submit photos (either through the site or via email) and have updates to the photo share emailed to all people that are members. This was created as an easy way for me to share photos of my kids with our relatives.
A bombproof enclosure, generally located under the rampart and terreplein, for the purpose of housing cannon which fired through embrasures in the scarp. Casemates were also used as quarters, magazines, etc. In permanent fortifications they were vaulted, but in impermanent works they sometimes had trabeated structures.
This distribution of Drupal demos how the tools provided by the IKS project can be leveraged for semantic content enhancements in Drupal. The distribution makes use of Apache Stanbol, vie.js, the vie.js widget annotate.js and the VIE autocomplete.
Otto is a general Drupal distribution for the management of coworking spaces. It is currently under active development and is being spearheaded largely out of Droplabs, a coworking space, classroom and hackerspace in Downtown Los Angeles, California.
The purpose of the GiveCamp Starter Site is to provide an out of the box web solution for hosting a GiveCamp so that the organizers of the event can spend their more time ensuring a successful event instead of creating a website.
Tired of complicated local environments that are pain to setup and are always inconsistent between your machine, your co-workers machines and the live environment?
Druidbox aims to solve this problem by creating perfect environment automatically with just few commands. It uses Vagrant for virtualization, and Puppet for managing and keeping the installation consistent across all your environments.
Some of the installed tools include:
.. And many others.
The project(and installation instructions) lives in Github for now and is in development phase, please come back later for detailed info.
The project is developed by Roni Kantis and sponsored by Druid. Contact us for all Druidbox consulting and customization, as well as your other Drupal-needs.