Extend and customize Drupal functionality with contributed modules.
If a module doesn't quite do what you want it to do, if you find a bug or have a suggestion, then join forces and help the module maintainer. Or, share your own by starting a new module.
The Webform 3.x module allows you to assign webforms to any Drupal content type that you want to have signups.
This module allows you to create an (unpublished) webform node as a signup form template
That webform's form components will be made available to each node of the content type you indicated as needing to have signup functionality.
You'll be able to select multiple content types that serve as "events" and can have a webform serve as signup form.
This module provides basic API integration with the Etouches event API. The module is relatively simple and written with the goal of importing data from Etouches and providing hooks that allow a developer to quickly integrate the imported data into the Drupal site per the individual site's requirements. A database column is provided to associate an individual Etouches attendee ID with a Drupal user ID.
-- Drupal Camps: it's ready! Contact me if you want any help setting it up, happy to volunteer if it isn't obvious or you hit a snag --
This rideshare module is intended for events such as conferences where people are already creating accounts to register for the event, before they go to the event. Perfect for Drupal camps and Conference Organizing Distribution [COD] sites: first used at BADcamp.
It creates a content type for rideshare posts, putting the entry form in a block that automatically loads previous posts. A view allows you to see others' rideshare posts in either a chart or map form. The chart and map can be sorted based on your rideshare (ex: show me everyone leaving within 2 hours of when I'm leaving.)
Just a little tuning around gmap and the google map's API needs to be sorted out before this module can be used out-of-the-box. I'd be happy to help someone set this up using another map solution, let me know what you use, it's just a matter of adjusting the views. See http://drupal.org/node/1459606
The purpose of this project is to enhance and improve the already useful and well developed Maestro Module (http://drupal.org/project/maestro). Specifically the goal is to use drupal coding standards and best practices and allow maestro workflows to be exported into code and overridden by the database, much the same way that views and features can be.
"Legal holidays" is a module that interacts with the date- and calendar-module to provide information of legal holidays all over the world to the calendars. Currently there will be the following countries:
Automatically create and maintain multiple nodes from a template node.
This module will help to create and maintain a set of nodes corresponds to a set of users from a template node of a particular content type.
Whatever change made to the template node will also get reflected in the nodes created from the template node.
This module depends on trigger and userreference (cck) modules.