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.
Aqueduct is a Drupal distribution for professionals looking to showcase their experience and prowess. While it may be used as-is to provide blog, portfolio and basic page functionality, it is designed for minimal setup and maximum flexibility. Though it comes with the Achromatic responsive theme (a subtheme of Golden Grid), it may be used with any other theme as well.
Streamlined single-user blog functionality
Featured portfolio pieces on home page
Featured projects slideshow
Features split into multiple modules - enable only what you need
Betawerk is founding partner of TEDxEutropolis. TED stands for Technology Entertainment Design and is devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event.
In February 2012 the second edition of TEDxEutropolis took place in Hasselt Belgium (here's an impression). While building the site for the second edition, we start thinking how to make it easier for fellow TEDx organizers.
The website of TEDxEutropolis is developed in Drupal 7. Since we're big fans of Drupal we would like to contribute the TEDx installation profile to the Drupal and TEDx community. So it can be re-used by TEDx organizations around the world.
4 Contenttypes: page, news, speakers & video set up en ready to go
Views for the different contenttypes
Easy placement of page content on the frontpage
Easy image and Vimeo video selection in the header
Totem is a packaged distribution designed for organizations that want to build communities of users who have very specific interests and who want to share topical discussions, media and events with their peers. A "community" might be defined as:
A group of like-minded researchers who want to collaborate and share data, figures and lessons learned.
A member-based organization looking to create dedicated collaboration spaces for its working groups (such as local chapters or unions).
A group of folks brainstormed by your client, centered around [insert primary business objective here]; this client wants a branded, Facebook-like site to call their own. Millions will be made...they just need the right free distro to get them there. All you have to do is download and install...
This distribution includes all modules and themes required to emulate the National Archives site (mentioned below). More detailed instructions are on the way. This installation has removed the standard Drupal installation so only the profile is allowed.
The National Archives launched a Crowdsource Transcription website in January 2012 at http://transcribe.archives.gov. The site allows the public to contribute to transcriptions of historical documents, and helps make them more accessible to the public.
Each document is categorized as "Beginner", "Intermediate", or "Advanced", based on the level of effort believed to be needed to transcribe it. In addition to searching for documents, citizen archivists can browse by difficulty, year, and the status of transcription ("Not Yet Started," "Partially Transcribed," and "Completed").
This Drupal distribution was created to provide the custom Drupal pieces used at http://transcribe.archives.gov to individuals, and organizations who would like to create their own document transcription web site.
This is an install profile that does everything that the 'Default' Drupal 6 profile does, but it also installs Admin Menu. (For Drupal 7, it uses a modified version of the 'Standard' profile.) I use this for every test site that I create, and find it very useful. I hope that I am not the only one!
This profile installs the Admin Menu, but is otherwise identical to the core default profile.
Mica is a powerful software application used to create web portals for epidemiological study consortia.
Using Mica, consortia can build personalised web sites for publishing their research activities and their membership. Mica includes many domain-specific features such as study catalogues, data dictionary browsers, on-line data access request forms, community tools (forums, events, news) and others. Moreover, Mica includes a powerful data search engine that allows authenticated researchers to perform distributed queries on the content of each individual study data collection hosted by the OBiBaOpal database software.
Mica Distribution is the quickest way to get you up and running with Drupal Mica. It includes the latest versions of Drupal core, Mica modules, and the other modules it depends on. During installation, Mica Distribution provides basic configuration of the Mica modules.
Events is a distribution aimed to help in organizing various conferences, camps, clubs and events in general (hence the name, Events!). It could be used for various Drupal events like Cons and BarCamps but is not limited to Drupal or IT events, you may use it wherever you may find it usable.
Drupal 8 distribution to provide a demonstration of some key multilingual features in this Drupal version. Showcases Drupal 8 core's multilingual functionality within a site scenario similar to a real world setup.
Use this distribution to explore the new multilingual features or showcase the capabilities to the community, customers and peers. The distribution also serves as an example site for the Drupal 8 Multilingual Websites book.
Note that this initiative was previously called "Learn Drupal." The group decided that a name change was needed, and the install profile was moved here. Several other things changed names in the process:
Fuse media is aimed to be a easy to use media asset management distribution (DAM) for organizations of various sizes. It offers streamlined UI and pre-configured options to store and share multimedia files. Currently Fuse it made for:
Pushtape is a collection of open source tools aimed at musicians, bands, and record labels. Manage your music discography, create news updates, upload photos, and post upcoming shows. Includes a mobile friendly theme, streaming music player, and more to help you get started. Pushtape is optimized to work out of the box as a single band website, but provides a leg up in building almost any type of music site. Download now or try on Pantheon.
These modules have been identified by the members of the Community Media group as modules that should only be used after mastering at least some of the modules listed in the Moderate grouping. These are modules shared by large sites with staff who can support the more complicated configurations like channelAustin, MNN, and RETN.
Nittany is a series of drush recipes maintained by the Penn State Drupal community, primarily designed to be a "starting point" for building sites as well as a series of supportable best practices for Drupal. By bundling a list of commonly-used and recommended modules, Nittany is intended to lessen the burden on new developers and site builders, by being a response to the question: "I installed Drupal, now what?". If you are building a new Drupal site, or are new to Drupal, you should try starting with Nittany.
This distribution is the easiest of the 3 Community Media Starter Kits maintained by the organizations working collaboratively on Community Media Drupal. The Community Media Starter Kit (EASY) is a good starting point for Community Access TV stations who are taking the leap from a basic "brochure-ware" Drupal site into something some substantive.
The signage install profile creates an organic groups-based digital signage website. The project relies heavily on the ctools/page manager/panelizer suite of tools and provides some defaults for those projects as features.
Callblast is a free and open source Drupal distribution that enables the creation and management of bulk SMS and voice calls.
Callblast provides a simple mechanism to manage contact lists with phone numbers, names, organizations, groups and related fields. It also supports the following kinds of blasts:
* Send SMS Announcement, which enables users to send single text messages to selected groups.
* SMS Opt-In Invitation: which enables users to send subscription invitations to selected contact groups. The subscriptions will only be executed once the SMS recipients reply with the appropriate keyword. (NOTE: subscription, unsubscription and help keywords might be defined in admin/voip/sms_actions)
* Voice Announcement from Text, which converts your text input into and audio file and plays that file to each contact in the specified groups.
* Voice Announcement from Audio, which plays the specified audio file in calls to the target group.
* Voice Announcement using VoIP Script, which enables the creation of interactive text messages and voice calls.