[development] Removing modules from Drupal.org

Scott Reynen scott at slicedbreadlabs.com
Tue Apr 17 03:33:11 UTC 2012

Projects with code aren't generally deleted for community reasons more 
than technical reasons. Deleted projects leave interested people with 
nowhere to contribute.

As the projects mentioned here don't have any code in them, they can 
probably be deleted, or maybe just unpublished. The way to do that is to 
open an issue in the webmasters queue:


Scott Reynen
Sliced Bread Labs

On 4/16/12 9:21 PM, Robin Monks wrote:
> I believe it is possible to delete project nodes; is there some other
> technical reason they /aren't/ deleted I am unaware of?
> /Robin
> On Mon, Apr 16, 2012 at 10:44 PM, Cameron Eagans <cweagans at gmail.com
> <mailto:cweagans at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     You cannot delete content on Drupal.org. I'd say just add a note to
>     the project page saying that the project page is available, and that
>     anyone who wants it can have it.
>     On Apr 16, 2012 7:36 PM, "James Benstead" <james.benstead at gmail.com
>     <mailto:james.benstead at gmail.com>> wrote:
>         I have two ideas for Drupal modules a couple of years ago and
>         immediately reserved the namespace for them at
>         http://drupal.org/project/ariel and
>         http://drupal.org/project/caliban.
>         I've only just been reminded of these projects, and I now don't
>         have the time to develop the ideas or write the code. How can I
>         got about getting the projects removed from Drupal.org?
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