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 Compliance Distribution (ECD) is a distribution for helping institutions manage all kinds of compliance processes. While being able to be installed as a stand alone, this really shined when plugged into ELMSLN. ELMSLN has functionality that will automatically pipe things that need compliance reviews into ECD in order to make that a separate process that doesn't need wrapped up in the rest of the designed systems in the network.
Some compliance issues this will help tackle / make more accountable:
Enables cataloging of footnotes and multimedia resources from a book or other document.
See the writeup about the project that spawned this distribution.
Discursive will eventually be hosted here, on Drupal.org. Some components are still missing from Drupal.org's package manager to properly build Discursive here. For further details: Install Profile Packaging.
This installation profile provides a simple integration of
patterns module into the Drupal's installation procedure providing all the dependencies automatically. It also allows the execution of one or more patterns during the installation itself.
The Patterns module provides a way to automatically setup and configure multiple features on a Drupal site by reading and executing site configuration stored in easy to read files.
LISSA is an open source technology stack for real time messaging in second screen applications. It allows media providers to publish live and on-demand video streams and push related notifications to clients.
The LISSA Kickstart profile is a reusable Drupal 8 distribution for managing and publishing events and notifications. It comes pre-configured with the following functionality:
Our project targets community media, and seeks to lower the barrier to entry for communities looking to collaborate with other like-minded groups via the web. One of the uses for our work will be within journalism, but other uses include collaborative creation of open courseware.
The fully functioning install profile requires bundling third party libraries; while this is in the pipeline for support on drupal.org, it is not yet fully supported. The .make file committed to CVS for this project will install a complete, fully functioning site - and using the .make file will be a better choice for more experience site builders. The completely bundled download will be a better choice for users getting started with Drupal.
Mark-a-Spot is a distribution for public civic issue tracking. It's shipped with an included Open311 GeoReport v2 Server and a bootstrap based responsive sub theme. You can integrate Mapbox, OpenStreetMap, Google Maps, ArcGIS and GeoServer. Configure hashtags to import tweets as nodes/issue-reports.
The code for Mark-a-Spot is maintained in two separate repositories: github and drupal's own repository.
Wheke is a Drupal 7 distribution with modules preconfigured for helping libraries to build their website. It contains an installation profile which will give availability to choose customisations. Today, it is based on standard profile, it activates modules and install a default theme.
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.
Surveyor is a Drupal installation profile that combines common modules to create a quick survey-taking site. This project is built primarily upon the Webform and Form Builder projects, and is brought to you by Webform.com.
Releases missing security updates
There are security updates available for code included in these releases. Review release notes before downloading.
Review Board is a Drupal distribution for organizing and tracking Reviews of IT (or other) Investments (projects). Investments may be added and zero or more reviews associated with an investment. Reviews are listed in a tabular schedule ordered by date and broken up by year. Filtering is available for review status, type and associated operating unit.
Workflow is used to facilitate the back and forth of gathering information required for the review, such as a review date, meeting room and documents associated with the review as well as to provide the status of a review.
An optional custom notification module is included which provides workflow state transition notifications and turns on some sensible defaults when enabled. This module also provides email reminder functionality based on a review date, not workflow transitions, and comes with two defaults. Email templates management may be delegated to any role, but comes enabled for Review office.
Very basic score sheet and score summary functionality is also included. Board members may score investments up for review across five different subject areas:
DruCloud is a distribution of connecting Drupal and AWS, providing a set of module and configurations with tuned performance.
As freelance developer / agency / small-to-medium website owners, we found it is hard to understand & implement both Drupal and AWS soluton. While running a business, it is hard to depends on single server solutions only. So, we create drucloud project, providing a set of tools connect Drupal to Cloud. https://github.com/drucloud/
A Drupal development platform in a box, with everything you would need to develop Drupal websites.
Vlad stands for Vagrant, LAMP, Ansible, and Drupal and is a Vagrant project that uses Ansible to provision a working development environment. This environment contains a simple LAMP setup with Drush, but can be extended to include Varnish, Redis, and even NodeJS.
The current list of technologies available in Vlad is:
This is an install profile designed to jump-start module development. It rewrites the install forms, providing a default username and password of admin/drupal (this has changed from the old package which was drupal/drupal). It also installs and configures developer modules like devel and coder.
Default username and password: admin/drupal.
WARNING! This profile contains potentially dangerous user settings, permissions, do not use it on a live site.
Installation and update
Either download the large tarball below, or create a small makefile (also packaged with the distribution):
The easiest way to power all of your institution's websites.
OpenScholar is an open source SaaS platform built as a Drupal distribution. A single OpenScholar install hosts thousands of easy, self-service, custom websites. Features multiple domain names, dozens of built-in themes, drag-and-drop layout, best-practice presets and "apps" that solve virtually every use case.
This project is abandoned due to lack of interest among the affiliate community for whom it was offered.
This profile should grow over time to include some extra themes, modules, and configurations that a small site would need on start-up. As with all Installation Profiles the idea is to get off the ground quickly without having to ponder a lot of small configuration items that are commonly used.