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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.


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.


Drupal Flight Control

Dashboard to deploy, sync, rollback, snapshot and monitor ssh-connected environments. Also auto-updates on your projects (core / modules) are provided.

See documentation / guides etc at https://www.drupal.org/node/2493011 .



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


Hostmaster (Aegir)

The Aegir Hosting System

Provision | Hosting | Eldir | Hostmaster

Hostmaster is a Drupal install profile that initializes the Aegir Hosting System. Explore Aegir's other components with the links above.



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OpenAcaDept is a Drupal 7 distribution that can be used for creating academic department or faculty websites. It includes following functionality: projects, publications, events, resources, blogs and user profiles. It has configured front page, menu structure, url aliases and breadcrumbs.

How to install?

  1. Download OpenAcaDept distribution or download this project and build it with the following command:
  2. drush make openacadept/distro.make openacadept_distro --prepare-install
  3. When installing, please, select OpenAcaDept installation profile.


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Spanish Minimal Installation Profile

This is a Spanish profile with minimal modules requiered for Drupal installation.

This installation profile has as main objective to easy the installation of Drupal for newbies, promoting its usage.

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.



"JUMPSTART" is an installation profile designed to get a site up and running quickly. It creates a Drupal7 site, enables some of the most usefull core and contributed modules while it does not enable some core modules that are enabled on the "standart" installation profile.

It helps for rapid-development, creating sandboxes and of course for every day drupal usage since it saves you some time (eg: it auto enables views).

Contrary to most Installation Profiles, Jumpstart is version agnostic.
This means that it can be used against any version of D7. This is true for
the modules too. The reason that Jumpstart is version agnostic is simple:
By itself it doesn't do much, it simply enables a set of common modules.

NOTE: drupal.org demands a version on each project that is being packaged. So an experienced user might prefer using the profile-only package instead of the one including core.

At the moment Jumpstart enables the following modules (and dependencies):
Colorbox (the .make file also fetches the script)

It doesn't enable comments, toolbar, overlay and several other core modules.
This shouldn't tamper with the users experience in any way though.


Drupal 7 Multilingual Sites Book Demo Installation Profile

A distribution will be created for the Drupal 7 Multilingual Sites book demo. This is where it's going to live.

Note that there have been several issues getting this distribution to work. Once it appears to be working as expected, there will be a beta release.


This distribution will set up a very simple example Drupal 7 website that includes:

  • Common contrib modules (e.g. Views, Pathauto, etc.)
  • Multilingual modules used in book (see note below)
  • A main menu and a footer menu
  • Left and right side blocks
  • Extra content types
  • Pages created with Views
  • Taxonomy terms
  • Sample content (nodes)
  • Dummy user accounts
  • Example custom module code (for chapter 5)

Installation process

  1. Be prepared to wait. This installation uses many modules to set up the site and you will be waiting many minutes while it does it work. Surf the web, read a book, play a game ;)
  2. Click the download link at the bottom of page.
  3. to be continued....

Multilingual modules bundled with the demo site



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.



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.


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.



Open Politic

Audience: Citizens, Communities & NGOs focused on strengthening democracy.

Community Tool for generating a digital profile of the candidates where citizens can report actions taken by the candidate successes and failures.




Chances are if you've heard about Harmony, you want to check out Harmony Core (the basis for all things Harmony) here:

Harmony Core will give you the starting point of your forum/community where you can post things and extend.

Harmony Forum is an upcoming distribution. For more information go to http://getharmony.io



IssueQ is a Drupal-based issue tracker and project management tool ready for agile, created by KYbest.


Fancy Kickstart

Fancy logo

You can either install it via Drush: drush make http://cgit.drupalcode.org/fancy_kickstart/plain/build-fancy-kickstart.make or try it on simplytest.me. If you are lazy it is enough to click the download link.


Small Open Data framework

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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.


ELMS: Course Information System

Create distributed learning networks

This distribution assembles a base line of modules, themes, libraries and tools for the creation and management of a course information system in Drupal. For best results, use download the entire ELMS Learning Network distribution from github!


Hyperlocal News

This is a news distribution aimed at "hyper-local news" though it works well for nearly any news where location is important. The profile creates new content types, vocabularies (taxonomy), and configures many common modules for you. It also creates an unpublished page as the first piece of content that walks you through the process of how to setup your site and lets you configure things as you see fit.

The initial profile is based on a year's worth of part-time efforts on BakerNow.com a site about a specific neighborhood in Denver.

You need the hyper-local news install profile if:

  1. You want to create a directory of organizations, businesses, or other locations
  2. You want to post events, photos, and articles that relate to those locations
  3. You want to see how to get those gmap and location and views modules to actually work together

Known critical problems

Due to these issues you will need to do manual workarounds.


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.


Volunteer Rally

Volunteer Rally

Volunteer Rally is a volunteer management application that allows you to publish a calendar of available volunteer shifts on the web. Your volunteers may browse through calendar dates, choose shifts that they're interested in, and sign-up for them. Once they've signed up they'll receive an email reminder one day before the shift.


B2B store solution

Attention! This distribution under strong re-factoring now due to incorrect initial architecture of the project. We will try to make a new stable release of this year :-)

The Goal of the Project

The main goal to provide out of the box Internet store solution.
We will try to do the install profile so that after installing Drupal user will have ready to go online-shop.

The second goal to get some good tool in business to business cooperation.
In this profile there is build in dealer user role with some discount.


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.


Community Media Starter Kit (Difficult)

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.

List of Key Modules bundled in the Starter Kit and links to the Community Media specific documentation.

This distribution is co-maintained by Mark Libkuman (libkuman) of Openflows and Stefan Wray (stefanwray) of channelAustin. It is one of three Community Media Starter Kits.



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.



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.


Project Kickstart

The main purpose of Project Kickstart distribution is to start the Drupal project development quickly with the best recommended libraries / modules / themes. Site builders can also use this distribution as it has features like responsive design for mobile devices, in-place content editing, pre-configured CKEditor WYSIWYG tool!

Generally we start the Drupal project development with downloading latest Drupal core and many contributed modules. For example, we need to go through various modules to find out the best suited modules for different purposes like Content, Mail, Search, Performance, User Management, Developer Tools etc. Then we need to enable those modules and need to look for dependencies, if any.

So to improve this process, we have packaged Project Kickstart distribution with latest Drupal core and commonly used modules. All of the contributed modules, have been picked carefully and used by us in many projects.