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 distribution showcases the use of CRM Core Donation for managing fundraising within a Drupal website. Use it to evaluate how CRM Core Donation works, or to set up a fully-configured installation of CRM Core for use in your own organization.
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.
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
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 The site allows the public to contribute to transcriptions of historical documents, and helps make them more accessible to the public.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 a Spanish profile for Drupal installation.
This installation profile has two main objectives: to easy the installation of Drupal for newbies, promoting its usage; to generate a standard installation profile to foster installations for groups of programers.
The installation profile:
Predefines Spanish as default language for the site.
Configures transliteration options for pathauto.
Allow to set a new set of default values for installation forms.
Stumblr is a slick, clean Tumblr style Omega 4 sub-theme which is ideal for Microblogging photos and videos. It is distributed as an install profile with all non-visual functionality provided as features.
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:
The Open Y platform is a content management system that uses Drupal 8 functionality and useful modules from YMCAs and digital partners. It’s easy and free to use—everyone is welcome to implement Open Y and run Open Y projects.
In 2016 a group of YMCA digital, marketing, and technology experts recognized the digital opportunities that exist if we work together as a community and established Open Y.
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.
OpenCRM Kickstart is a Panopoly based distribution with a built in Open CRM system.
Party Dashboard and Basic Search and reporting
A single place where you can access all your information about the individuals or organisations in your system. As this simply uses Panels and Views this dashboard can be easily customised.
Using Apache Solr Search and Facets individuals or organisations can be found quickly using its find as you type or filtered by selecting different facets. From here you can click on a contact and find more information or perform actions on a selection of contacts through the checkboxes.
As actions can be performed on these groups and as it tells you the number of parties returned this works as a simple but incredibly easy to use reporting feature!
A single place allows users to view all the information you have about them. It also provides a space for users to edit their own information or manage and edit the information of organisations that they are related to.
Flexible Bulk Mailing and Newsletters
Use the facets to filter contacts by a variety of methods from the lists the users have subscribed to to other facets such as age, gender or whether they have attended previous events.