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Community Engineering Update – May 2018

Adobe Team

Magento Open Source - Statistics

 

During the month of May, we made the following progress on pull requests and issues:

 

Pull Requests

  • Processed: 607
  • Merged: 455
  • Rejected: 152
  • Created: 638
  • Accepted Rate: 75%
  • Contributors: 196
  • New Contributors: 79
  • Average time from creation to closed: 59 hours

Issues

  • Created: 324
  • Closed: 172
  • Fixed by the community: 31
  • Fixed by partners: 25

 

Our top 5 individual contributors in May were:

 

# Contributor Created Accepted
1 Vitaliy 31 21
2 Yaroslav Rogoza 30 27
3 Sergey Mutaf 28 27
4 Vishal Gelani 26 17
5 Dmytro Cheshun 24 17

 

The top 5 partner contributors have been:

Team Name Contribution Points Created Accepted Contributing Members
Atwix 860 100 76 7
Interactiv4 190 26 19 4
MageSpecialist 120 3 6 2
Wagento 80 11 6 5
TechDivision 60 0 1 1
Space 48 60 3 4 3
H&O 60 6 6 1

 

And our top maintainers have been:

# Maintainer Processed Accepted Rejected
1 Yaroslav Rogoza 28 27 1
2 Vlad Veselov 19 10 9
3 Miguel Balparda 14 12 2
4 Matthias Zeis 10 9 1
5 Ihor Sviziev 8 6 2

 

Pull Requests of note

 

During the month of May, we merged 455 pull requests across all our repositories. We would like to extend a massive thank you to everyone who contributed.

 

One notable pull request that was merged in May was from Neill Robson. This pull request updates the UI Components definition map to add complex types as valid options for the formElement node. You can find this pull request at https://github.com/magento/magento2/pull/15161 if you would like to look at it.

 

Andreas von Studnitz became the first community member to submit a pull request on the Magento devdocs repository to provide documentation for a feature he developed. Many thanks to Andreas.

 

Devdocs PR: https://github.com/magento/devdocs/pull/1921

Code PR: https://github.com/magento/magento2/pull/13280

 

Contribution Events

 

Contribution Day in Germany and Poland

 

On the 12th of May 2018, Comwrap, Virtua and Gate Software hosted a distributed contribution day in Frankfurt, Germany and Rzeszow, Poland. This event had 22 attendees across both locations. At the end of the day, we had 4 PRs to the core and 2 PRs to the Bulk API project.

 

For more information on the event see Comwrap’s write-up.

 

Contribution Day, Wroclaw

 

On the 19th of May as part of the Wro Open Source conference in Wroclaw in Poland Divante ran a contribution day. 12 people attended this event, which resulted in 6 pull requests to the Magento 2 repository.

divante-tweet.png

 

 

 

https://twitter.com/DivanteLTD/status/997476918474805249

 

Distributed contribution day India

 

Over the 19th of May, Wagento organized a distributed contribution day across 7 locations in India. Throughout the day there were 53 contributors working on Magento 2 contributions resulting in 33 pull requests to Magento 2, 2 to the DevDocs, and 1 for the data migration tool.

 

india-tweet.png

 

https://twitter.com/Vijaygolani/status/997831985627250688

 

Contribution Day Meet Magento Italy

 

During the 2018 edition of Meet Magento Italy, Webformat hosted a contribution day on the 26th of May in Venice, Italy. During this event, 15 contributors worked together to produce 8 pull requests to the Magento 2 repository.

 

 

mmit-2018.png 

https://twitter.com/MeetMagentoIT/status/1000338163989086208

 

How to get involved

 

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 engcom@magento.com). We also have a wide selection of projects currently running and have just started with phase 2 of the BulkAPI, 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.