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.
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 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.
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.
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.
Drupal 7 code base used to build an application that lets users create and sign petitions.
This application is under active development and will continue to be modified and improved over time. The current release is an "alpha" pending changes that will remove its dependency on MongoDB (see "Roadmap" section below).
The OpenCivic distro of Drupal is designed to support communities of software developers in creating, cataloguing and sharing software applications. It provides a platform for sharing information specifically about "civic software" used by governments and nonprofit organizations to provide public services. The main goal of this distro therefore is to help build websites that enable people to share information about software applications — what they do, who created them and uses them, where they have been deployed, and how well the software works.
This is a distribution intended to be the starting point for a site that's going to publicize an organization. It's a reverse engineering of a site previously made by @_mike_collins for the Penn State Office of Digital Learning -- http://odl.science.psu.edu/
OpenBrewery is a minimalist Drupal 7 distribution that provides the basics for building a site for a brewery or brewpub. It includes most things you need to start building a website, it does not include a theme, but chances are it will in the near future. Features include markdown support, age verification, staff profiles, beer content types, and other cool things.
Releases missing security updates
There are security updates available for code included in these releases. Review release notes before downloading.
This is an installation profile that allows you to get your own online shop based on Drupal Commerce. Now it has a base functionality of the shop, additional user role "diller" which has a discount when user is logged in.
As a main theme we use blackpiano. Rubik was selected as administration theme.
For more convenience of admin navigation we include administration menu in this profile. Also it has some default content to better understand features of this profile.