We kicked off the Magento Open Source Community Prioritization Process last month. As part of this initiative, we have had community members use their influence to vote up certain pull requests they want to see incorporated into the Magento Open Source code base.
Adobe then picked the first batch of these 10 most up voted PRs to work on.
First, a big THANK YOU to all the community members who participated in the process by voting on the PRs and to all the maintainers who reviewed the PRs. Thank you for your time, energy, talent and most importantly for your commitment to the Magento Open Source code base.
I am happy to share that we have completed work on these 3 PRs, and they are ready to be merged into the main line. These are waiting for their turn in the merge queue.
Here is the status of the 10 PRs together. We should soon be able to get the ‘testing in progress’ PRs ready to be merged. For real time status of these PRs, please visit the community dashboard.
As you can see from the table, we have 4 PRs that need help from the community. These are waiting to be reviewed by the Community Maintainers so that we can move forward with their testing and then merge them into the open source code base.
- Please continue to vote on pull requests and help us pick the most valued ones from the pool. Login into your GitHub account and vote with the thumbs up reaction. We are getting the next batch ready. If you have not voted already, hurry because voting ends today, December 9. There are still few hours left 😊.
- The Magento Association is recruiting a Community Council. This council will help recruit community maintainers, work with Adobe to identify PRs that should be prioritized and worked on and keep the integrity and architectural stability of the Magento open source code base intact. If this sounds interesting, email magentoopensourcetf@magento association.org to express your interest.