Harmony Forum

Harmony Forum is an upcoming distribution.

Harmony core is the first part and here's the initial feature set:

Forums and discussions

Discussion forums, sometimes called as message boards or bulletin boards, allow your users to participate in online conversations by posting responses. These conversations differ from chatrooms in that they are organized into subject-based threads and archived.

Multilingual forum

The Multilingual forum module, part of the Internationalization (i18n) package, helps with the multilingual configuration of the site forums.


The Multilingual forum module has a dependency on the core Forum module and the Taxonomy translation and Multlilingual content modules from the Internationalization package.


Configure forum vocabulary

  1. Enable the Multilingual forum module included with Internationalization
  2. Go to Administration > Structure > Taxonomy
  3. Click edit vocabulary for the Forums vocabulary
  4. Choose the translation mode (Localize or Translate)
  5. Click Save and translate button
  6. Click translate link for a language
  7. Translate the Name and Description for the forum
  8. Click Save translation button
  9. Repeat steps 6 to 8 for each language

Configure forum terms

  1. Go to Administration > Structure > Forums
  2. Click edit link for a forum or container
  3. Click Translate tab
  4. Click translate link for a language
  5. Translate the Name and Description for the term

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Ok, so you've installed Drupal and gotten it working. You've added a module or two, and maybe you've even changed the theme. Now you want to do more, and adding modules or changing the options doesn't seem to cut it. Maybe you've found that things don't look quite like you want them to, or you want there to be more functionality in a particular module.

Forum: create threaded discussions

The core Forum module lets you create threaded discussion boards, called forums, on your site. Forums are very useful because they allow community members to discuss topics with one another, and the discussions are archived for future reference.

Topics, or threaded discussions, are posted into a forum. Each topic is comprised of an initial post, which is a Drupal node, and replies, which are Drupal comments. Forum topics have their own URLs.

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