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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.

Campaignion Distribution

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We've migrated to only use Campaignion Starterkit as distribution. Please download the latest version there.

Campaignion is a Drupal Distribution for non-profits. It specialized in eCampaigning, online fundraising and applies digital marketing betst practices.

Jumpstart

"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):
Views_UI
Transliteration
Admin_menu
Token
Backup_migrate
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.

OpenBrewery

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.

Plato Típico

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Plato Típico es una distribución basada en href="http://pressflow.org/">pressflow.

Esta distribución nace por la necesidad de optimizar el proceso de arranque de nuevos proyectos, cada vez que se inicia un proyecto se repiten una y otra vez los pasos típicos de instalación y configuración. La idea es que usando la distribución Plato Típico se acelere la productividad dando por sentado el proceso inicial de configuración.

Sistema pre configurado con soporte a multi-idioma inglés y español, soporte a localización automática,
WYSIWYG utilizando TinyMCE con soporte a español y algunas características de uso
fundamental en cualquier sitio Drupal.

Si eres fanático de Github puedes descargarlo en href="https://github.com/enzolutions/plato_tipico" target="_blank">https://github.com/enzolutions/plato_tipico

MojoCart

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

Features

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

Try it out on SimplyTest.me

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.

Bassets

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What is Bassets?

Bassets (Better Assets) is a client-server solution for storing and managing of digital assets (pictures, videos etc.).

This distribution contains the Bassets server.

The installation profile of the associated client can be found in the Bassets Client Profile project page.

Bassets Client Profile

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What is Bassets?

Bassets (Better Assets) is a client-server solution for storing and managing of digital assets (pictures, videos etc.).

This distribution contains the Bassets client as an independent installation profile, although the client can be used in existing Drupal sites as well by installing the modules listed below.

The installation profile of the associated server can be found on the Bassets project page.

Planet profile

Planet is an install profile to quickly build a Planet-like feed aggregator.

Dependencies

Feeds

Similar modules/profiles

Managing News
Ubuntu Drupal Planet (which this project used to be but was moved)

Russian Installer

This is a Russian profile for Drupal installation.

Follow the steps below:

  1. Install Drupal
    • Download and extract the latest version Drupal (for example, drupal-5.1)
    • Create the directories 'sites/all/modules' and 'sites/all/themes'
  2. Copy Russian Installator
    • Download Russian Installator archive and extract onto the 'profiles/' directory
    • Rename the file 'ru.po.txt' to 'ru.po'
  3. The autolocale module
    • Download and extract autolocale module archive from http://drupal.org/project/autolocale
    • Copy the autolocale directory onto 'sites/all/modules'
    • Rename the file 'autolocale.ru.po.txt' to 'autolocale.ru.po'
    • Copy the file autolocale.ru.po onto 'sites/all/modules/autolocale/po/autolocale.ru.po'
  4. Russian modules translation
  5. Start 'http://your_site' in your browser

In Russian

Русский инсталляционный профиль для установки Drupal.

Drupal Hebrew Installation Profile

This profile is meant for an easy creation of a Hebrew site.
It includes:

Note: The work was kindly sponsored by Linnovate.

Drupal.org Testing

This profile is out-dated and was only for Drupal 6. For Drupal 7, see https://drupal.org/project/projectinstall

This profile installs a site with the structure, content, permissions, etc of Drupal.org to facilitate the reproduction of bugs and testing of patches for the project modules. See What theme and modules does Drupal.org use? for the complete list.

Getting started

  1. Install Git. [more info]
  2. Install Drush.
    cd ~
    git clone --branch 7.x-4.x http://git.drupal.org/project/drush.git
    
  3. Install Drush Make:
    mkdir ~/.drush
    cd ~/.drush/
    git clone --branch 6.x-2.x http://git.drupal.org/project/drush_make.git
    
  4. Enter the following to install the profile at a Drupal root of /var/www/mydrupalorg (this installs a copy of Drupal core and all necessary modules all at once):
    drush make http://bit.ly/gOT8mp --prepare-install --working-copy /var/www/mydrupalorg
    

    (Note: could take 3 minutes or more before any output appears)

  5. It's possible that apachesolr's SolrPhpClient library may have been put in the wrong location. If it's in /var/www/mydrupalorg/profiles/drupalorg_testing, move it to /var/www/mydrupalorg/profiles/drupalorg_testing/modules/apachesolr
  6. Navigate to http://localhost/mydrupalorg/ and start the installation, choosing the "Drupal.org testing profile" at the beginning.

French Installation Profile

Installation is available at install time and lastest french translation is loaded and set as default language.

Language files need to be downloaded from http://drupal.org/project/fr

Japanese Installation Profile

This profile provides easy and smart Drupal installation for Japanese.
It's under development for the moment.

Agaric Starter Installation Profiles

Agaric Starter Installation Profile revived for Drupal 7!

Social Forum Call for Action

This installation profile is to capture the collective work done to launch and develop the website for the World Social Forum Call for day of action / mobilisation January 26th 2008.

(Although the development snapshot will install, this profile is not meant for general use yet. Do, however, use the issue queue to request features for the profile and report bugs for its implementation on the WSF2008.net development site. If you would like to help, please contact Agaric Design Collective.)

When the site and this installation profile are fully matured (sometime in 2008, the day of action is more like a month or year of action), this will be an installation profile for a multilingual site with map integration and features for proposing actions, communicating and collaborating about actions in onsite with e-mail groups, and listing and finding actions around the world.

Required contrib modules include:

German Installation Profile

This is a German profile for Drupal installation.
Made by http://www.drupal.de

Em Space Profiles

These are the profiles used by http://emspace.com.au

We are currently consolidating different techniques into a basic theme. For now you should consider this code unsupported and unfinished.

DrupalMU

DrupalMU was intended as an installation profile that creates a multi-user blogging platform. It is now replaced by hosted solutions like Drupal Gardens and installation profiles like Drupal Commons and Aegir.

Indymedia Alba Drupal 6 Install Profile

An install profile for a basic Indymedia Center on Drupal 6.

Required modules are:
Indymedia IMC Alba modules: http://drupal.org/project/imc_alba
Indymedia cities list module: http://drupal.org/project/indymedia_cities
Fckeditor: http://drupal.org/project/fckeditor

SQL

This is a very simple install profile. You can use it to copy a site from your dev server to your deployment server. It reads the SQL file query by query (split by ";" at the end of lines) so it shouldn't run out of memory, or time-out (like PHPMyAdmin will on big dumps if you upload them)

You need to create a PHPMyAdmin dump (or mysql dump, if you know what you are doing) of your running site.

Here are the settings for PHPMyAdmin :

Projectverse

Projectverse is an installation profile for creating a Drupal-based project management extranet. It currently uses Drupal core, CCK, Views, Organic Groups, Case Tracker and other helper modules to create a groupware environment.

Most of the functionality and design philosophy behind Projectverse is drawn from an existing groupware site (code-named Project Central) that has evolved over time to meet the needs of Drupal services firms and their clients.

GLORilla.com installation profile

The GLORilla.com installation profile

This installation profile is a port of the CMS Joomla!.

You can see the CMS GLORilla.com demo at GLORilla.com or download this CMS full installation with all needed modules.

The installation profile GLORilla.com is currently only supported for Drupal 5.x, however we will be releasing a version for 6.x as soon as we have the time to make the appropriate changes.

Innovation News Installation Profile

Innovation News Installation Profile: Front Page

The Innovation News Installation Profile allows you to easily install a web-to-print, cross-media newspaper.

Features:

  • Creates five roles (Writer, Photographer, Editor, Manager, and Administrator) to allow and encourage collaboration on news reporting.
  • Creates an "Article" content type for news stories and a "Reader Story" content type for optional user-contributed stories.
  • Integrates with the Innovation News modules so that news content can be developed collaboratively, placed into editions, and exported as XML documents.
  • Integrates with the XML to KML module to allow news content to be displayed in Google Earth™ according to location.
  • Provides pre-set, customizable Views and Content Templates which display news in a professional-looking format.

packgr

packgr preview

packgr is a multistep installer for Drupal 6 that allows the selection and configuration of multiple 'Packages' upon installation of a new Drupal site.

View a screencast of packgr in action.

How it works

It is implemented as an install profile, which a user can choose upon installing a new instance of Drupal. Upon completion of the basic site configuration information, the user is given a change to select multiple 'Packages' which can define multiple tasks, forms, and modules to enable. The installer than walks the user through each step of each package, presenting forms and updating the status of installed packages.

Behind the scenes

Each package consists of a packagename.inc file located in the packgr/packages directory. This file contains two hooks, one to define the info about the package, and another to define default tasks and their callbacks. Please look at the Default package included with packgr for more examples.

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