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.
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.
Discuss is a forums and discussion distribution built on top of Harmony Core. This is leveraging all of the components of the Harmony distributions, without the connotation that it is a public forum system. Discuss is being engineered to work as a stand alone private forum but will work best as part of ELMS Learning Network.
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.
Out of the box, Drupal is a content management framework. You can use it to create a content management system. This is daunting for new users to Drupal - so much to look at, work out, configure, learn, add to ... you get the idea.
What I have done with this distribution is created a content management system using Drupal core, some contrib modules, and features, and a custom installation profile.
Easy booking allows you to set up a website, that will suit all your needs in managing your own hotel, inn or hostel online.
It gives a set of options for visitors to make room reservations, contact hotel administration or just follow hotel’s newsletter to be aware of all special offers and discounts.
Easy booking profile is powered by Drupal Rooms and Drupal Commerce - widely used and popular contributed decisions, which means active maintaining and timely technical support.
Vagrant Drupal Development (VDD) is fully configured and ready to use development environment built with VirtualBox, Vagrant, Linux and Chef Solo provisioner. VDD is virtualized environment, so your base system will not be changed and remain clean after installation. You can create as many environments as you wish without any consequences.
The main goal of the project is to provide easy to use fully functional, highly customizable and extendable Linux based environment for Drupal development.
Ulmus is a concept that spawned the 7.x version of the ELMS Learning Network. Ulmus provides a base Drupal distribution for the rapid, consistent development of other distributions. This fits with the Suite of Tools approach to learning network design by created an interconnected network of tools as opposed to building one tool to fit all.
The following distributions are based off of this one:
ELMS: ICOR stands for Interactive Course Object Repository. It is an organic groups based distribution meant to be used in conjunction with the ELMS Suite of Tools based approach to educational technology implementation. For best results, use with the entire ELMS Learning Network distribution from github!