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This module allows to upload timetracking data from hamster to Drupal.
For now this is a code dump.
It does work, but I may decide to do big changes any time.
This is D6 only atm, we are preparing a D7 version.
Use case / prerequesites
We suppose that you have
One or more websites based on Drupal that you use for project management and issue tracking. Esp, such a website should have one node type that acts as "project."
One or more Linux machines where you do time tracking with Hamster.
The desire to make some of your timetracking data available on one project management website, and some other of your timetracking data available on another project management website.
The desire to associate hamster timetrack categories with Drupal project nodes.
On your project management website, a "source" is one of those machines where the timetrack data comes from. Each source belongs to exactly one user, but one user can have more than one source set up. Sources could be named like "andreas-desktop", "andreas-notebook", "andreas-netbook-ubuntu", etc.
On your local machine, a "destination" is one of those websites where the timetrack data is sent to.
This is a port of the Date Repeat Sequence module for Drupal 7. It is mostly a direct port, with very few bug fixes, however there needed to be a good number of changes in order to get it to work properly.
I am leaving this as a sandbox project for the time being, because the original project seems to be dormant, but may not be, and also to solicit feedback.
This module provides integration with Mailigen, a New Generation of Integrated Marketing. It is an email and SMS delivery service.
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Zen Form plugin provides you with a distraction free mode that you can add to your forms or single inputs, textareas and selects.
Wrapper module for the Zen Form plugin, created by Idered. Unfortunately, Drupal 7 core includes a rather old version of jQuery and the plugin expects at least jQuery 1.7 (usage of certain functions, namely: .on() and .prop()), so I have created a fork of the plugin on Github, in which I replaced the functions with their "deprecated" counterparts.
Makes plugin available as a library (via Libraries module) - easy to use for developers.
Adds toggleable distraction free mode to certain forms (defined in hook).
The module is helpful for importing meta tag content for different different languages.
This module is for Drupal 6.x version specially useful for the sites under maintenance and needs i18n upgradetion.
Comment attachment module enables comments to have files attached to it.
Suppose you have a forum and your forum members submits a post/comment and he/she want to upload a PDF or an image file attched to his post/comment.
The forum module which comes with the drupal core does not provide any option to attach an image or any file to a post/comment.
This module solves this simple problem by allowing an UI for uploading files as an attachment to a comment and also lists the files
attached to a particular comment.
This module restores the Priority feature of Node Access that was removed in Drupal 8.
Node Access Priority does not have a user interface itself, but if you use multiple Node Access modules, then those that support Priority will let you increase or decrease their priority relative to the others.
Updating Drupal often causes the overwriting of .htaccess and robots.txt files. This can cause problems if you have set up custom code in these files. Update Guard when installed makes a copy of these files so they can be restored either manually or automatically.
This module integrates with the Clef service, letting users log in with their Android or iOS smartphone. Clef is a smartphone app that lets you "forget your passwords" and log into sites as easily as taking a photo.
The Clef module adds a button to Drupal login forms. If you've already logged into Clef, pressing that button logs you into Drupal automatically. If not, you'll be asked to scan a QR code with the Clef app on your phone.