Welcome to the last newsletter of the year! It is hard to believe how fast this year has gone by.
In December 1982, John Warnock and Chuck Geschke founded the company with a vision to create innovative products that change the world. As the first open, international standard for computer printing, PostScript launched the desktop publishing revolution. Over the past four decades, our innovations have touched billions of people across the globe and empowered them to be inspired, create, and share their stories with the world. As we celebrate our 40th anniversary, we have the incredible opportunity to reflect on some of the most incredible moments of the company, customers and community over this time. Read more.
We're making great progress on the Community Prioritization Process which provides the community the ability to influence the Magento Open Source roadmap by voting for the most pressing items. Read Ritesh's post on what it is and how to vote for the items you want.
In addition, read the post here about the progress we've made on the initial set of pull requests that the community voted on. Thanks again to everyone's involvement and looking to keep the momentum going here as we start off 2023.
The second set of PRs have been added to the community dashboard.
Payment Services for Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source introduces stored card payment!
With this feature, merchants have the flexibility to enable the option for their shoppers to securely store their payment cards for future use. The next time a shopper comes to the merchant website, they have the option to use a stored card, avoiding the need to remember and type full card numbers. All of this is done securely with encryption and adhering to PCI standards.
Now merchants can get the benefit of increased conversion and repeat purchases, and shoppers have a simple way to make a purchase, securely.
“Rockstar” – our showcase of customer and partner excellence - is coming to Adobe Commerce this Summit. Have you built an innovative app, extension, integration, or tool for Adobe Commerce? Submit your entry to participate in Adobe Commerce Rockstar. If selected you get to present your work on stage, in front of your peers at Adobe Summit '23. We'll even pay for your Summit pass! All submissions meeting our submission guidelines are eligible to receive Adobe swag. To learn more or to submit an entry, go to - https://rockstar.adobeevents.com/en/commerce/.
Adobe Summit is the can't-miss event where Experience Makers come together to build skills, get inspired by industry leaders, and connect with peers behind the world's top brands.
Make plans to join us in Las Vegas – or virtually.
Please join me in welcoming Roger to our team of maintainers for the Magento Open Source code base.
Community Engineering Hangout is a public event aimed to share the latest platform updates, gather feedback and spread technical knowledge with the Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source Community.
Please visit https://developer.adobe.com/open/magento/calendar to get the dial-in details, check the upcoming Hangout schedule, and watch the recordings of our earlier sessions.
Reach out to us if you would like to speak at one of these sessions.
The Magento Association has announced Mathias Schreiber as the association’s new executive director. After four years of successfully building up the Magento Association with the services of an association management company, the Board is confident that the Magento Association is now in a place where it can operate successfully without this broad service offering. With Mathias at the helm, taking over the role of executive director previously held by Smithbucklin personnel, the Board feels certain that this will help the Magento community head into an even brighter future. Read more.
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As we close out the year, I want to thank you all for being part of this vibrant community. Thank you for your engagement and collaboration.
Looking forward to an exciting 2023 with you all!