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Community Prioritization Process Update – September 2023

Adobe Team

I am happy to share that the following functionalities, picked under the community prioritization process , based on the votes from the community, made it to the code base in September. These  will be available in 2.4.7-beta2 release: 





Community Prioritization Process is an initiative to empower the community to influence the Magento Open Source roadmap and codebase by upvoting the pull requests that brings most value to them. Adobe then picks the most up voted Pull Requests and adds them to the community dashboard to work on, with a purple label - “Project:Community Picked". The voting window is open. We will pick the next batch on Oct 9, 2023. 


The following set was picked this month, to work on. Thank you to all those who participated in the process by voting on the PRs.  


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Here is the combined status of the PRs (Pull requests) worked on so far. For real time status, please visit the community dashboard.  







Total – 121 


Thank you to everyone who contributed to voting, coding, reviewing, testing, and merging of these enhancements and improvements.  


If you missed our earlier updates on community prioritization process, please visit the  DevBlog. You could also follow #commercecommunitymonthly on LinkedIn to view the monthly community newsletter that has a dedicated section to share updates on this process.  


How to get involved in the process:  

  • You can vote on your favorite PRs in the repository by adding 👍reaction. Make sure you are logged in to your GitHub account. Link for the repository -   
  • If you are a codebase maintainer, please check the community dashboard for PRs that are available for review.  
  • Feel free to reach out to me if you are interested in becoming a contributor or a maintainer for Magento Open Source. I will be happy to point you to the right resources.  


Thank you for your engagement and contribution to the Magento Open Source community!  


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