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The glossary uses Drupal's built in taxonomy feature, so you can organize your terms in a Drupal vocabulary. This allows you to create hierarchical structures, synonyms and relations. Glossary terms are represented with the taxonomy terms in the glossary vocabulary. Descriptions are used to provide a short explanation of the terms. You can attach nodes* to the terms to provide detailed explanation on the keywords. This module also works with nicelinks.module, which will give you pretty hover-over glossary term descriptions on reasonably modern browsers (while degrading properly on older ones). http://drupal.org/project/glossary
Image: This module allow users with proper permissions to upload images into drupal. Thumbnails are created automatically. Images could be posted individually to the front page, included in stories or grouped in galleries. Galleries are either personal, i.e linked to a user, or global to the drupal site. Admin could administer images and set various parameters such as, among others, maximum image size, permissions to access images or manipulate them. This module requires ImageMagick, GD or ImLib2. http://drupal.org/project/image
Instant messenger: This is a small instant messenger module. It allows registered, active users to send short messages to each other. The Instant Messages are sent via a messaging block that allows you to select the user and then send a message to that user. The message appears at the top of the next page viewed by that user. http://drupal.org/node/14553
paypal framework: Paypal IPN framework logging. This modules purpose is to remove a lot of the bloat from "paypal aware" modules I have seen contributed to CVS lately. This module handles filtering and high performance logging to a relational database so that other module developers can use this "in place" database to handle events, track payments, calculate totals, ship packages, and whatever else the module developer can think of to do with the data. The module comes with filters, 'Verification Queueing', and a few other neat features. If planning to write a module that will use PayPal's Instant payment notifications, then you might want to investigate this module before re-inventing the wheel. http://drupal.org/project/paypal_framework
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