This module provides a views style plugin that outputs sparkline style charts using the Google Charts API.
This module has no dependencies other than Views itself.
Find out more · Bugs and feature requestsWP ThemeBy dmitrig01 on the 4th of September, 2010
The WP theme module allows using WordPress themes with Drupal.
This module isn't yet fully working yet - it provides a compatibility layer between Drupal and WordPress, which is nowhere near complete.
Since WordPress themes are structured differently than Drupal themes, some changes are required to the way most websites work. If you want extra compatibility on node listing pages with views, you can add the WP Theme: Have Posts filter to the view, to use the built-in style.
For comments to work properly, it requires a patch to Drupal core, as there is a function name collision with comment_form. The patch is included with the module.
This module is dedicated to Jeff Eaton, the king of novelty modules.
Find out more · Bugs and feature requestsNarcissistBy eaton on the 4th of September, 2010
This module adds quick and simple support for narcissism to any web site. When enabled, the "Admire self" permission can be added to any role; users with that permission will see all nodes as their own when browsing the web site.
Find out more · Bugs and feature requestsPay DonateBy jerdavis on the 3rd of September, 2010
The Pay Donate module extends on the Payment API module providing for unlimited, configurable donation forms on a site.
Find out more · Bugs and feature requestsView counter
By miiimooo on the 3rd of September, 2010
Viewcounter can run lists of arguments against a view and store the number of results in the view as nodes and their revisions.
Let's say you want to know how many nodes of type X you have and you want to track the change over time. Viewcounter allows you to do that. Different things can be used as arguments for the view that gets counted. At the moment there's support for taxonomy terms, workflow states, and other views.
A simple application is to count how many nodes are tagged with each taxonomy term of a vocabulary. To do this create a new viewcounter using the wizard, select taxonomy term ids as argument type, select the vocabulary and the view, which should take one argument, the term id (it's probably not obvious that you need to create the counting view first).
Note that you need to create a vocabulary and at least one term in it so viewcounter can identify different result sets.
Included is also a patch for flot to make it work under drupal 5 and offer a new vies plugin to display viewcounter results as a graph.
Finally, viewcounter collides with another module revision_moderation because of its views integration.
Find out more · Bugs and feature requestsMedia Gallery
By JacobSingh on the 3rd of September, 2010
Uses the Media module to provide a rich media gallery. It currently only supports images, but will in the future support other file types such as video and audio. This module was developed by the engineering team at Acquia
You can try it out yourself by creating a site on http://drupalgardens.com
Add media from URL, upload or existing files
Set rows and columns and dynamically size images to fit space
CC license settings
Title, description and tags on images
Drag and drop re-ordering
Gallery collections to group related galleries together
Creates gallery blocks
Media Gallery is in ALPHA status. It is used in production, but since it is based on ALPHA projects (D7 and media), we don't recommend using it on production sites. We know you will anyway, and that's why you're awesome. You've been warned.
Find out more · Bugs and feature requestsGoogle Virtual KeyboardBy confiz on the 3rd of September, 2010
Google launched its 'on-screen' keyboard that lets you type directly in your preferred language script in an easy and consistent manner, no matter where you are or what computer you're using.
Find out more · Bugs and feature requestsgvkbBy Abandoned Projects on the 3rd of September, 2010
The page and project is obsolete now. Admins, please remove it from repository
Find out moreQuiz PrerequisiteBy baldwinlouie on the 2nd of September, 2010
The Quiz Prerequisite module is a Quiz module add-on. It lets site administrators configure quizzes to have prerequisites. When enabled and configured, this module will check to see if a prerequisite quiz has been taken before allowing users take a quiz. Site administrators can configure which user roles need to meet the prerequisites.
You must download and enable the Quiz module before you can use this module
The foundation for this module came from the Drupal 5 module posted by @sunsetco from http://drupal.org/node/518104.
This module is sponsored by BitSprout LLC and Alternative Productions
Find out more · Bugs and feature requestsHTML5 user geolocationBy drumm on the 2nd of September, 2010
This is a simple module to let users store their location on the edit account page. It uses HTML5’s geolocation API and stores latitude and longitude. How you use that data is up to other modules.
It will be used on Drupal.org
...скачать или полностью прочитать статью можно на http://mydrupal.co.ua/node/969