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.
DataDiverz newest project is the action-centric personal E-ssistant. Harvesting relevant information from the cloud, E-ssistants assemble highly specialized personal micro-sites. Navigate your lifestream, without the hassle of bouncing from site to site. Aggregate personal activities, niche-communities events, and social media trends all in one easy to use interface. Packaged for your life and your needs, E-ssistants will be available to you whether you're chained to your desk or on the road with your Android or iOS devices.
Watercooler is a Drupal distribution focused on tight-knit forum communities. The distribution is being built for Gamers With Jobs, with a focus on the features critical to an online community of its type.
This distribution provides necessary Drupal modules to develop a lightweight file management platform for use with the EMC Atmos storage platform. Atmos is a distributed, multi-tenant object storage platform accessible using a RESTful web services API. The module utilizes PHP bindings that wrap the RESTful HTTP API.
OGPL is a joint product from India and United States to promote transparency and greater citizen engagement by making more government data, documents, tools and processes publicly available. OGPL will be available, as an open source platform. By making this available in useful machine-readable formats it allows developers, analysts, media & academia to develop new applications and insights that will help give citizens more information for better decisions.
Enterprise Web Engagement Management System. With both private businesses and national governments utilizing open communication to streamline processes, the recent launch our social business distribution, Highpoint, provides an elegant, encapsulated solution to opening up the flow of information in all types of organizations.
If you are publishing a lot of content from a number of authors, you should seriously consider a content management system (CMS). A quality CMS can help you streamline your publishing processes. It can allow you to develop an information architecture that is robust, yet flexible. It can allow you to manage your content efficiently and cost-effectively.
What are the benefits of a web content management system?
A CMS makes it easier for people to create, edit and publish content on a website. Historically, website publishing has required significant technical skills (HTML, programming). A good CMS allows non-technical authors and editors to easily and quickly publish their content.
At some point even a content management site will need to be upgraded with a new and fresh visual design. Whereas static sites require a complete rebuild in these cases, content-managed sites can have a new design applied to its templates. The entire site, including all archived content, will very quickly reflect the new look and feel. This means that future site redesign projects will usually be less expensive than previous development projects, not more expensive, which is the case with static web development.
Leaflet Kickstart is a quick way for developers to evaluate a Drupal 7 based GIS solution using the Leaflet module in combination with the Address Field, Geocoder and Geofield projects. Also included in the distribution is the Leaflet More Maps module which provides the Leaflet output with additional map styles.
This distribution is aimed more towards evaluating the collection of modules rather than a base distribution to build from (not that there's anything here to prevent you doing that). Leaflet Kickstart itself uses Buildkit as a base distribution. A number of GIS use cases are demonstrated using a custom Features module called Leaflet Kickstart Demo.
The distribution needs to be built using Drush Make. Once you've got Drush Make installed you should be able to run the following from the command line (where [directory] becomes the Drupal root for your build):
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).