UbuntuDrupal

Welcome

Welcome to the Ubuntu Drupal Development wiki.

Our projects can be viewed at https://launchpad.net/ubuntu-drupal.

Goals

The Ubuntu Drupal Development project has two primary goals.

  1. To provide a set of tools that any Ubuntu team can use for their own Drupal website which includes:
    1. a default theme that is legally acceptable as well as extremely appealing
    2. a default set of modules that can be quickly deployed
    3. anything else that will be beneficial to any Ubuntu team
  2. To support users:
    1. create a solid technological infrastructure
    2. allowing them to focus on the team/project itself

Support

Setup Guide: UbuntuDrupal/Setup
FAQ: UbuntuDrupal/FAQ
Email / Team: https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-drupal
LP Answers: https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu-drupal/
IRC: #ubuntu-drupal

About The

People

Nick

Name

Team

Status

MTecknology

Michael Lustfield

South Dakota

Project Lead

Ddorda

Dor Danker

Israel

Developer

Mongolito404

Pierre Buyle

Belgium

Research

swe3tdave

David Giard

Quebec

Previous Lead

ilo

Iñaki López

Drupal Profile

Previous Research

lajjr

Leo Jackson Jr.

LP Profile

Developer

doctormo

Martin Owens

Massachusetts

Previous Developer

MichealH

Micheal Harker

UK Team

Development

If you would like to contribute to this project, we are always looking for new developers. Feel free to join the channel and ask.

Project

The current Ubuntu Drupal Development project is a set of modules and a theme that are aimed at helping Ubuntu teams quickly setup and deploy a website.

Theme / Modules

UD Managed

Ubuntu Drupal Theme: The Ubuntu Drupal Theme is a project to centralize and develop themes for Ubuntu websites. We also aim to keep it extremely well coded to ensure it runs perfect.

Theme Header: This module will function as a block that can be displayed in place of the currently available header. It is able to display a specific banner for specific content types.

Sidebar: This is a block that is meant to mimic that pretty sidebar on the Ubuntu website. It is entirely flexible.

Release Countdown: This is a module that will allow Drupal administrators to add a code block that displays the countdown until the next version of Ubuntu. It is capable of pulling the latest available options.

Planet: This is an aggregator that is meant to mimic PlanetPlanet. It uses a different mindset due to feed management but it dependent only on a single built-in module.

Canonical Managed

Launchpad OpenID: This is a modified version of the Drupal maintained version.

OpenID Launchpad: This module extends OpenID to use Launchpad as a single sign-on provider. This creates a Launchpad Login button block.

OpenID Teams: This implementation of the OpenID teams extension allows you to request team membership data from a participating OpenID server and assign drupal roles based on the response.

UbuntuDrupal (last edited 2012-02-14 10:46:04 by djreimer)