Clayton Dewey discusses OpenAid and Drupal Distributions as a means for removing barriers to much needed web publishing solutions for nonprofit organizations.
Drupal Commerce is a robust, flexible e-commerce platform. Wading through its several pages of configuration options isn't always easy, though. That's why we've put together a cheat-sheet for configuring a clean, simple express checkout with Drupal Commerce.
A while ago I made a tool named Sheet2Module, which uses the Config in Code (CINC) module to allow Drupal site builders to make content types and fields directly from Google Spreadsheets. This made a lot of people interested in CINC, but I've found much of that interest was based on a misconception that CINC is focused on spreadsheets.
For cause-driven organizations, a website is a place to highlight impact, share resources, and build support. While a blog or brochure site can achieve some of these goals, it rarely does it all. Unfortunately, we all too often find organizations confined by the free and low-cost online platforms accessible to them. With that in mind, we’ve built OpenAid. It’s a free and open-source website starter kit developed for nonprofits and grassroots organizations. Its feature set is robust, its architecture flexible, and it can be installed in minutes.