Drutopia is a flexible and extensible Drupal distribution that can be used as the basis for building a single website for your group or a customized platform for your network or organization.
Websites built with Drutopia
California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc. (CRLA) is a nonprofit law firm founded in 1966 to provide free civil legal services to low-income residents of California's rural counties.
Find It Cambridge needed their website updated and Drutopia provided the base. Then customizations were layered upon it.
Grassroots Economic Organizing (GEO) is a decentralized collective of educators, researchers and grassroots activists.
Rake and Radish Farm used Drutopia to quickly launch a farm website in early 2020 ahead of their first growing season.
Drutopia distributions are a great way of collectivizing people, who share similar needs, to build powerful and flexible Drupal sites that are more affordable to maintain. Originally built under the guidance of the city of Cambridge, MA, Find It is a distribution of Drutopia that makes it easier for a community to coordinate and share all of the events and services available to its members. I wonder which city will adopt the Find It approach next.
In a recent blog post, Drutopia co-lead Rosemary Mann highlighted how to use Skins on a Drutopia site. Here we take a deeper dive, looking under the hood at the requirements the Skins module meets and how to write a new skin.