During the month of July, we made the following progress on pull requests and issues:
Our top 5 individual contributors in July were:
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The top 5 partner contributors have been:
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And our top maintainers have been:
All contributor stats are now available on the Magento Contributors website .
In July, we processed and merged 674 pull requests across all our projects. For the main Magento 2 repository, we would like to highlight four pull requests that were merged in July.
During the month of July we launched a weekly DevBlog article, written by Lori Krell, to keep you updated with everything going on in our projects. In addition to these weekly updates, we would also like to highlight some items from July.
During July, the grooming and kickoff took place for the final phase of the Magento MSI 2.3 release. This backlog consists of the top priority issues that will be covered before the launch. If you are interested in knowing more about this project as we head towards the launch then we recommend the article “The Definitive Guide to Magento MSI” by Door Erwin Otten https://www.reachdigital.nl/en/blog/magento-msi-multi-source-inventory-features. This article covers the main features and also talks about when to use MSI in your project.
MageSpecialist contributed two extensions supporting Google reCaptcha and Two-Factor Authentication for the 2.1 and 2.2 release lines. We would like to thank Riccardo and his team for contributing these extensions back to the community https://magento.com/security/news/improved-security-recaptcha-and-two-factor-authentication
Artyom Kozinets from comwrap has been the first community member to provide a completed story to the PWA project by adding the category list component to the project https://github.com/magento-research/pwa-studio/pull/171. We have also had 5 new contributors and 2 new solution partners (Wagento, Comwrap) join the project.
In July we kicked off a new project focusing on moving the Magento import onto the Async API Framework. Alex Lyzun from Comwrap will be maintaining this project. For more information on this project please check out our project board https://app.zenhub.com/workspace/o/magento/async-import/boards?repos=142320429
As always, if you are interested in finding out more about contributing to Magento, we recommend getting involved in the community engineering Slack channel (email requests to join to email@example.com). We also have a wide selection of projects currently running, and we have just started with phase 2 of the Bulk API, payment improvements and GraphQL projects. If you are interested in participating in one of these projects, take a look at the project overview page and let us know.
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