Welcome to the Community Monthly Update for September.
We are happy to inform you that #adobecommerce has released the latest version of the Quality Patches Tool (QPT) 1.1.20. It has been published and is ready for download.
The Quality Patches Tool delivers individual patches developed by Adobe and the Magento Open Source community. It allows you to apply, revert, and view general information about all individual patches that are available for the installed version of Adobe Commerce or Magento Open Source. You can apply patches to Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source projects regardless of who developed the patch. For example, you can apply a patch developed by the community to Adobe Commerce projects. Documentation: https://devdocs.magento.com/quality-patches/tool.html
We are excited to announce that our latest Adobe Commerce security-only patches, 2.4.5-p1, 2.4.4-p2, are coming October 11. Prepare now to be secure for the peak holiday shopping rush. Watch for more information on October 11.
The next release of Payment Services will hit the Marketplace by early next week! We are excited to bring the following items that will add value to merchants on the payments offering:
We are happy to report that on 9/8/2022, we made some updates to enhance your subscription extension offerings.
Learn how Laura Pezzotta, Head of DTC Personalization for Barilla, dreamed big to pioneer a hyper-personalized, emotional ecommerce experience and win The Experience Maker of the Year for EMEA in the 2022 Adobe Experience Maker Awards.
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.
Adobe continues its support of the Magento Association with 2 Adobe representatives, Ritesh Somani & Stanislav Idolov.
Coming in October, Adobe is rolling out a community prioritization model that will prioritize the items the community wants to see merged into the Open Source codebase. Adobe will facilitate this process, in conjunction with Magento Association that will help in creating awareness of this process amongst the community. The goal is to start this process in October!
Adobe sponsored and participated at Meet Magento New York (MMNYC) on Friday, September 23rd! Along with having the keynote update from Ritesh Somani, and Jason Morrell and Nitu Walker as solution track emcees, Adobe made up 20% of the speaker sessions. The energy was vibrant and contagious between the community and Adobe, and are excited to continue to work together. We continue to support the community and cannot wait until next year's Meet Magento events!
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See you next month,