We’ve seen many success stories from the community that include the releases of the Multi-Source-Inventory (MSI) project, PWA Studio, GraphQL, and Asynchronous and Bulk APIs. Thank you to everyone who has invested your time and effort in these contributions. We look forward to new grooming and planning for the next phases of these features, and more.
We also released security patches for 2.2.7, 2.1.16, and M1 22.214.171.124/126.96.36.199 with enhancements to security and performance. You can view the release notes and Magento Admin user guides for lists of features, quality enhancements, and community contributions for all of these releases!
Alongside our latest release, November was also a great month for contribution. We made the following progress on pull requests and issues:
On November 1st, 90 developers joined a contribution day at the Magento office in Kiev. Their output was 37 pull requests to the Magento 2 repository, 7 pull requests to the MSI repository, and 8 pull requests to the GraphQL repository.
All contributor stats are now available on the Magento Contributors website.
Our top 10 individual contributors in November are:
The top 10 partner contributors are:
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And our top maintainers for November are:
Please check out our new weekly newsletters for details on project progress, meetings, recordings, and more. Every project entry includes contributors, PRs, GitHub links, Slack channels, and highlights of all work completed that week.
Check out the Magento Community Engineering Google Calendar for all events and meetings:
The Magento Cloud Deployment tools (ECE-Tools) project is open to the community as of November 26th. Watch for updates as this new repo and project accept contributions. Watch the weekly newsletters for updates.
We also want to announce Tom Erskine of Magento QA and MFTF has joined Community Engineering to further support testing efforts. He started working with the MSI project to review existing and planned testing with best practices and processes.
As always, if you are interested in finding out more about contributing to Magento, we recommend getting involved in the Community Engineering Slack. If you are interested in joining Slack, or a specific channel, please send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org or self signup.
We are excited to share that we have made the Cloud Deployment tools (ECE-Tools) open to the community. We also have a wide selection of additional projects currently running, and just started with phase 2 of the Bulk API, payment improvements and GraphQL projects and milestone 3 for MSI. If you’re interested in participating in one of these projects, take a look at the project overview page and let us know. You can also check the weekly newsletters for project GitHub links and Slack channels.
Ready to contribute? We recommend reading over the Contributor’s Guide and Coding Standards on Magento DevDocs. The guide includes code guidelines, accepted pull requests per release line, GitHub labels, porting information, and much more.
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