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.
Commerce Deploy aims to simplify Drupal Commerce development for site builders and developers. Get started faster and cut the cruft of dependency gathering. The ideology behind Commerce Deploy is to provide enhancements to Drupal Commerce development without getting in the way.
What makes Commerce Deploy different?
Unlike other Drupal Commerce profiles, Commerce Deploy does not have an end goal to provide a specific out-of-the-box goal. Nor does it try to make too many assumptions. The beautiful fact of Commerce is its flexibility, we want to respect that.
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.
WARNING: This is super-alpha code, not even remotely close to being ready for production. :-)
However, this will contain the following:
Up-to-date and secure versions of all popular modules - so that downloading new modules will be a rare event. The vast majority of these won't be installed by default. See our drush make file for all the modules included.
Sane defaults for site builders after install - all the modules needed to build a site will be enabled, including the UI modules for things like Field, Views, Rules, etc.
Apps for setting up things that many startup web applications will want - for example: Twitter/Facebook login, advanced profiles, blog, e-mail marketing, monthly payment, etc.
The goal is to allow a non-technical founder to quickly build 80% of their web application by only point-and-click configuration in Drupal!
Freelancer is a one page Bootstrap portfolio Distribution for freelancers. This theme is built using the Flatly theme by Bootswatch.
Flat icons by flat-icons.com
LESS files and compiled CSS included
Fixed top navigation that collapses on scroll
Scrollspy on navigation items
Perfectly responsive portfolio grid with hover effects
Responsive, full screen modal windows for featuring project details
Custom horizontal rules using Font Awesome icons
Custom outline button style
Cultura is a web-based intercultural project that connects United States students with other students in different countries. Designed and created in 1997 by a team from the French group in the Foreign Languages and Literatures section at MIT (Gilberte Furstenberg, Sabine Levet, and Shoggy Waryn), it has been developed thanks to an initial grant from the Consortium for Foreign Language Teaching and Learning and a subsequent one from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the French Initiatives Endowment Funds at MIT.