For this year’s Squashtoberfest, the challenge was to create 5 pull requests or validate 10 issues, or any combination of both. We had 37 contributors successfully complete the challenge, and in return, they will receive one of our special edition t-shirts. Thank you to all those who took part in this event, and a special thank you to the following people:
During the month we saw 5 contribution days hosted in Germany, Spain, Romania, and Mexico.
Between October 5th - 7th, Techdivision hosted a contribution day during Hacktoberfest in Munich, Germany. During this event, contributors submitted 5 pull requests specifically for the Multi-Source Inventory (MSI) project. A highlight of the event was Vadim Justus adding extensibility points for all Data Interfaces: https://github.com/magento-engcom/msi/pull/1738
During Magento Live Europe, which took place in Barcelona, Spain, Interactiv4 hosted a contribution day on October 8th. With over 60 attendees working across multiple projects, many improvements were achieved at this event. We would like to take a moment to highlight one pull request. Andreas von Studnitz created a pull request to the Magento 2 repository that cleans up test modules after you have run the integration test suite that comes with Magento 2. This helps to keep your build process clean and ready to process to a live enviourment: https://github.com/magento/magento2/pull/18459
Wagento hosted a contribution day on October 25th as part of Meet Magento Mexico. During this event, we had 11 attendees working on both pull requests and issue validations. During the event, they achieved 3 pull requests and more than 10 issues verified.
During October, we made the following progress on pull requests and issues:
All contributor stats are now available on the Magento Contributors website .
Our top 10 individual contributors in October are:
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The top 5 partner contributors are:
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And our top maintainers for October 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:
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. If you are 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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