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.
Inbox is the communications hub for ELMSLN. It is an authority based distribution meant to be a messaging and communications center. All other distributions wishing to interface w/ the student's "inbox" can use the API capabilities to send messages to the student (or any other user for that matter).
This makes the most sense when in ELMSLN but as per the methodology can, and should be able to be stood up on its own as a communications hub for other projects (though educational focused most likely).
Our Commerce profile is the best way for you to display and sell your products, whatever you sell. It is designed to help making your online selling fast, easy and inexpensive. The profile comes built-together with the features for selling products thanks to integrated Drupal Commerce module.
Drupsible is a DevOps tool for Drupal continuous delivery, based on Ansible. By using Drupsible, your team will be able to provision, import, integrate, deploy and maintain Drupal websites across complex infrastructures using a simple set of YAML configuration files.
How does Drupsible work?
Drupsible uses DebOps and other Ansible roles to manage all of the infrastructure needed by your web application and takes care of all the needed configuration to run it.
It is a doctor appointment management system. It manages patient profile, doctors profile, and appointments. It supports multiple offices. It creates all kinds of reports that help clinic's day to day operation and business growth. It is a great choice for doctors to have an excellent management system built on a free open source software.
This profile intends to be an alternative for chilean government's sites.
It was based on "Kit Digital" which was published by the chilean government in order to have an standard for its web sites. The original "Kit Digital" did not have a Drupal alternative, just plain HTML and a WordPress theme.
Open Event is a foundation for any cultural organisation who would like to manage and publish their events on-line. It models the events into an Open Event Data Model (described below) and automatically publishes them via a JSON API.
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/
Easy booking allows you to set up a website, that will suit all your needs in managing your own hotel, inn or hostel online.
It gives a set of options for visitors to make room reservations, contact hotel administration or just follow hotel’s newsletter to be aware of all special offers and discounts.
Easy booking profile is powered by Drupal Rooms and Drupal Commerce - widely used and popular contributed decisions, which means active maintaining and timely technical support.
Releases missing security updates
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Discuss is a forums and discussion distribution built on top of Harmony Core and Ulmus. This is leveraging all of the components of the Harmony distributions, without the connotation that it is a public forum system. Discuss is being engineered to work as a stand alone private forum but will work best as part of ELMS Learning Network.
A Drupal development platform in a box, with everything you would need to develop Drupal websites.
Vlad stands for Vagrant, LAMP, Ansible, and Drupal and is a Vagrant project that uses Ansible to provision a working development environment. This environment contains a simple LAMP setup with Drush, but can be extended to include Varnish, Redis, and even NodeJS.
The current list of technologies available in Vlad is: