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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.

Research Lab

Research lab is an installation profile that give you a well made research project website. It's a series of modules, features, and well made theme that can give you some ideas of how to present research findings in a more visual way then through traditional paper publishing.

This project is based on the work to produce the Marcellus by Design research project site.


Cream distribution

Cream is a new Drupal distribution aimed at creating sites for DrupalCamps.

Follow us on twitter to keep up to date on progress: http://twitter.com/drupalcream

Getting started

See the README in the cream profile for installation instructions. Once Cream is installed:



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.


Movie Catalog

Home page

Movie catalog to store and browse your movies.

There is a python script that can scan folders from your storage, download album covers and push info from IMDB directly to the Movie Catalog

Say, you'v got friends going to your house, you can give them the url of your catalog and they can find what to watch.


Open Restaurant

The Open Restaurant distribution has everything you need to build your restaurant website. It comes with a menu management system, a customizable blog, events management, support for multiple locations and a responsive theme.

Need help?

Ask us in the issue queue, talk to us on Slack or follow us on Twitter.



PSU Drupal user group

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.



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.


Drupal Accelerator Framework

Drupal Accelerator Framework (DAF) is a Drupal distribution for creating quick time to market content and marketing websites.

The purpose of the distribution is to provide a package with common required features (for a website) as a starting point to the development team.

1. Quick time to market due to baked-in features.
2. Increased reliability due to well researched and tested module list.
3. Increased quality due to better developer tools.



GovBR Screenshot

Developed and maintained by FISQUA.



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/

Other sites built using this distribution:



Spectacle is a digital signage system that uses Drupal as its administrative back-end and Meteor as its front-end.

Why Drupal?

So why didn't we write our own CMS in Meteor and keep everything all built in Meteor? That sounds like it makes more sense than trying to connect two completely different frameworks together.


StarterKit Arctica demo site with Arti theme


StarterKit (installation profile) containing the Arctica demo site: http://demo.arctica.sooperthemes.com/
A contribution from http://www.sooperthemes.com/#-Drupal-Themes


Spanish installation profile

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.
  • Changes date and time formats.



Theme screenshot.

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.



MojoCart brings together Panopoly and Commerce Deploy to create a robust e-commerce distribution.


  • Catalog powered by Search API
  • Authenticated and anonymous user checkout enhancements
  • Radix theme harnessing Bootstrap.

Try it out on SimplyTest.me


Dimpact WIM

Welcome to WIM, the (core) website collaboration of Dimpact

WIM is a free reusable Website and Intranet model designed by and for municipalities. The WIM website realizes each municipality quickly and at minimal cost online accessibility. The WIM sites and WIM are cooperative initiatives Cooperative Association Dimpact. Our goal is to achieve modern integrated public service, perhaps a 'core site' as the ambition of Minister Plasterk. We do this in partnership to encourage the reuse of technology, knowledge and resources between municipalities.


CRM Core Event Demo

This is the project for CRM Core Event Demo



This module is unsupported due to a security issue the maintainer didn’t fix. See https://www.drupal.org/node/2153139 for details.

Placeholder for Drupal Turkish society distribution. Code to come.


Small Open Data framework

Soda logo


SODA is a Drupal distribution aimed to collect, manage and distribute (small scale) open data.

The fundamental problem of the Open Data which is:

"Where is the data?"

In fact there is a lot of data available but they are not opened or are hidden etc. Sometimes data need to be created from the beginning and it is where simple people can contribute.



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.


Catalyst CMS

Say goodbye to your Drupal theme. Say hello to Catalyst!

Catalyst supplements a Drupal theme allowing front-end developers to create and modify themes like a content editor edits content.

Instead of theme templates, images, stylesheets, and javascripts being files in the code base, they become entities in the database. Exportable, of course and manageable through an easy-to-use interface.



Tea is a versatile Drupal 8 distribution for content as a service.


iTunesU Manager

iTunesU Manager statistics tab

This Drupal distribution lets you create, edit and manage iTunes U-compliant podcasts. It handles all the iTunes U metadata per collection and track, and you can import existing feeds to later edit. Also, it allows you to delegate file uploading, feed publishing, etc. to different people on your organization. It also imports and parses iTunesU usage reports.

New in 1.0: Support for the new .TXT format raw logs. In January, Apple discontinued the XLS-format reports sent by email. Now you can load any XLS files you already have PLUS the new TXT format logs, and get a single full report spanning all dates regardless of the report file format you import.

Some current users of this app are UNESCO, University of Wisconsin-Madison, New Media Consortium (NMC) and Tecnológico de Monterrey.



Converge is an install profile and suite of modules that aims to be a fully featured conference management system, initially aimed at non-profit education organisations.

Currently, it is a fork of a fork of COD, based on the Drupal Association's DrupalCon sandbox as at http://drupal.org/sandbox/twardnw/1706942

This project will not necessarily ever get a stable release.



Wheke: Drupal for libraries

Who am I ?

Wheke is a Drupal 7 distribution with modules preconfigured for helping libraries to build their website. It contains an installation profile which will give availability to choose customisations. Today, it is based on standard profile, it activates modules and install a default theme.

You want to know more ? Have a look to wheke website.