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Signup Participation


This is a submodule for the Signup module.

The signup participation module provides a signup pane with a radio option with "Yes", "No" or "Maybe". This allows users to quickly set there participation to a signup event.

Requires 6.x-2.x version of signup! It doesn't work with 6.x-1.x.

As of the 2.x version of Signup has been killed this module is not longer maintainded.


Context States

Define the States

Allows administrators to define universal states that can then be used by Context. Also, provides a permission to enable site editors to toggle these states through a UI.


OpenLucius Events Extra's

This module offers extra functionality for Events in the OpenLucius distro:

  1. Let users choose: ‘Attending’ or ‘Not attending’.
  2. Send email reminders to all users that did not make a choice yet.
  3. Let users provide a reason: ‘Why are you not attending?’
  4. Show a Google map with location of Event.

Install instructions

Download and install this module as usual.


LMO - League Manager Online

This Module integrates the famous 'Liga Manager Online' into Drupal.

Of course you need an actual version of the 'Liga Manager Online', so download it 'here'!



RNG Quick

Provides a faster method to register for RNG events.

The modules primary purpose is to provide blocks supplementing the event entity being viewed. The blocks provide faster (one click etc) registration for the current user instead of filling out the standard registration form.


Meetup Events

The Meetup Events module provides a way to automatically sync events created in your drupal site to meetup.com. This assumes your definitive data about your events lives in drupal, but you'd like to have the events also listed in meetup to get more publicity.


Anonymous Date Reminder


Anonymous Date Reminder re-factors the Date Reminder module to allow anonymous visitors to request an email reminder to be sent at a specified time before an event. Generally these would be calendar events, but any node type that has a date field can support reminders.


How this module differs from Date Reminder
This module does not integrate with Drupal's user system. It does not link reminders to users, it allows anonymous visitors to request reminders. In addition to the above change, this module:

  • Shows tabs only to users with the permission to view all reminders on a node.
  • Shows 'Send test email' only to users who can administer anonymous date reminders.
  • Allows reminder form to be displayed in a table and as unformatted fields
  • Creates a block that can be used to place the reminder form in a region using the block ui

Apart from the above, this module uses the code from and stays true to the original Date Reminder Module. The information below has been taken from the Date Reminder project page and changed where appropriate.

When reminders are enabled for a node, anonymous visitors can request reminders to be sent before each occurrence of the date/time. The visitor specifies how long before the date/time to send the reminder.


Event with volunteer time slots

This module requires the event module and defines a new event-enabled node type "event with volunteer time slots". Site users can sign up for particular times, and event organizers (and those with the admin permission) can also add users to or remove users from the schedule.




With the Consult module, developers and site builders are able to create questionnaires that present site users with a set of possible results based on answers to questions.

Example of a consult

An end user is recommended a website subscription plan based on a series of questions that assess their expected traffic, whether or not they will be serving heavy files and whether or not they expect mainly local or international traffic. A subscription plan that suits the users needs, including recommended add-ons is formulated.



CiviCRM - CRM for Advocacy, Non-Profit and Non-governmental Groups

CiviCRM is the first open source and freely downloadable constituent relationship management solution. CiviCRM is web-based, open source, internationalized, and designed specifically to meet the needs of advocacy, non-profit and non-governmental groups.

CiviCRM is an actively maintained project with an installed base of over 8,000 organizations. It is specifically designed to run inside of your Drupal site(s).

  • The current stable release - 4.4.x - requires Drupal 6.x or 7.x. Please make sure you download the module for your Drupal version..


OG Minutes

This module makes Organic groups and Minutes work together. It allows to filter users so that the list of potential attendees in Minutes shows only the members of the group(s) to which the related event belongs.

Drupal 6 status: pukku has put up a beta version. Needs testing!


Incident report

This module allows users to submit incident reports from a Drupal site. It was designed with the emergency services / public safety workforces in mind, although it can easily be modified to accommodate whichever industry might be in need of such a content type.


Knowledge Graph

The Knowledge Graph Module allows to build schemas from schema.org using the field ui. A schema can be used to map content type fields and properties as a schema property and output it as JSON-LD in the HTML head.


Allocated Seating

Preview of the designer and plan elements in use

This module is seeking new co-maintainers, please chime in if you have time to help push it forwards.


Allocated seating provides two field types - an allocated seating designer and a seating plan.
These fields can be used for various purposes - eg the designer can be used on a node edit form to allow users to create a seating plan for an event whilst the plan can be used as part of a checkout workflow to allow customers to nominate which seat they wish to book.


The seat designer features a drag and drop interface powered by jquery_ui. Users can design their seating plan by nominating the number of tickets and the seating layout (number of rows, columns, sections/floors). Users can drag the seats around to set up their desired layout, including dragging between floors.



Recommended modules

This module was originally written for a Transport booking module which is still under active development

How to use

An example of how to add a seating designer to your form:
// Add the necessary js, css and libraries
// Add your field
$form['ticketing']['ticket_plan'] = array(



A tournament building module.

The purpose of this module is to abstract the functionality around building tournaments in a way that is fully customizable and extendable.


Evanced Registration

Evanced Registration form

The Evanced Registration module is used to allow users to register for events on your Evanced event site without leaving the context of your Drupal site.


In most situations, your events will already exist on your site and have likely been imported via the Evanced Events Importer module.




Gentle Reminder

This module provides API to make user reminders.
From the box it can remind your users about:


Outlook Events

This module is used to fetch Calendar events from Exchange outlook accounts.


1. You should download https://github.com/jamesiarmes/php-ews library and place it in sites/all/libraries folder. So that all files inside it are listed under sites/all/libraries/php-ews.


Event Manager Block


The Event Manager Block extends both Event and Event Manager to provide a block listing upcoming events and whether or not the event has open volunteer slots. The module also provides a summary page of all open volunteer slots (reached by a link off of the block).

Configurable options include:

  • Number of events to display
  • Text of the openings notice
  • Can configure which navigation links to include in block


XAJAX Integration

!!! IMPORTANT: Currently there is a delay in CVS updates due to high workloads. A release will be added on Drupal.org asap but for now, please download the complete Vitzo Modules pack.


Userfly Advanced Integration

UserFly Integration

With userfly you can run instant usability studies for your website using your real users. userfly is a free service and will allow you to watch movies/screencasts of your users’ browsing sessions. Thanks to userfly you can analyze the behavior of your visitors and increase your ROI.

Features of userfly Integration module



Administration of the resubmission nodes

The resubmission module allows you to create a list of nodes to be processed by a certain date or at specific intervals. Extremely helpful is this module for constantly changing content, which must be kept up to date or if registered offers expire on certain dates. In addition, a reminder text can be entered, which is helpful for the person who has to process the content in the processing.

Possible examples:
- Time-limited product or service offers
- Expiring coupon offers
- Weekly changing Information Notices
- Changes in content to hold others up to date
- etc.

There are certainly other applications, where you can take advantage of the resubmission of certain content.




Follow-up allows you to schedule the creation of nodes, triggered by the creation of a node. That is, it allows you to configure a trigger node type with information on the target nodes and the follow-up schedule, and the module will create a schedule for when the target nodes should be created.

As an example, you may have a questionnaire on which you want to collect additional responses from the same users every month for the next three months. The follow-up module will show a table when each next node is due. The follow-up nodes will, optionally, have a node reference back to the node that triggered the schedule.


This module does not depend on any other modules, however, it can use the Date and Node Reference modules to provide more functionality. It also integrates with Node Reference URL Widget.

Exporting capabilities are provided by installing the Chaos tools suite module.


Once installed, go to ?q=admin/build/followup and click on Add. You will be presented with all the options for configure a follow-up schedule. Once you Save it, it will show up in the table.


Cvent Signup

This module uses the Cvent API to register and mark users attended automatically for signup-enabled nodes when they are marked attended in Cvent.



Pop-up calendar (Hijri) provided by Taarikh module


Taarikh is a field formatter and widget module to display and input hijri dates using the fields defined by the date module. The formatter can work with all the fields defined by the date module, i.e., Date, Date (ISO format) and Date (Unix timestamp). The widget, however, does not work with Date (Unix timestamp).


This module requires the following modules: