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Community Prioritization Process Update – Feb & March 2024 

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We picked a new batch of pull requests today under the community prioritization process. These are the ones that made it to the community dashboard. 

 

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P.S - We are currently picking and processing PRs intended for 2.4 branch only. We will be happy to pull the ones that are not picked for processing despite high votes, if their target branch is updated and the PR is made ready to be reviewed. 

 

  

  

Here is the combined status of the pull requests worked on so far.  

 

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Total - 166 

 
 

 

 

For real time status, please visit the community dashboard.    

  

  

If you missed our earlier updates on community prioritization process, please visit the  DevBlog. Follow  #commercecommunitymonthly  to view the monthly community newsletter that has a permanent section to share update on this process.  

  

How to participate in the process:  

  • You can vote on your favorite pull requests in the repository by adding 👍reaction. Make sure you are logged in to your GitHub account. Link for the repository -  https://github.com/magento/magento2/pulls   
  • Communcations for voting window is posted on slack, LinkedIn, and X. When the voting window ends, we pick a batch of most up voted pull requests and add  them to the community dashboard to work on, with a purple label - “Project:Community Picked". 
  • 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!  

parul_sinha
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Happy 1st anniversary! 

 

This month marks the one-year anniversary for the Community Prioritization Process. We started this endeavor last year with 10 pull requests, and as of today, 146 pull requests have been included in this initiative. 

 

A huge shout out to everyone who contributed throughout the year to voting, reviewing, testing, and merging of all these code contributions. 

 

The following 10 pull requests were added to the community dashboard this month for processing, based on the votes from the community.  

 

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P.S - If you are wondering about the first PR in the list not being included in the batch, here is why - we are currently processing PRs intended for 2.4 branch only. We will be happy to pull it on the community dashboard for processing if the target branch is updated and the PR is ready to be reviewed. 

  

  

Here is the combined status of the pull requests worked on so far.  

 

 

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Total - 146 

 

For real time status, please visit the community dashboard.    

  

  

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

  

How to get involved in the process:  

  • You can vote on your favorite pull requests in the repository by adding 👍reaction. Make sure you are logged in to your GitHub account. Link for the repository -  https://github.com/magento/magento2/pulls   
  • Communications about voting window is posted on slack, LinkedIn, and X. When the voting window ends, we pick a batch of most up voted pull requests and add them to the community dashboard for processing, with a purple label - “Project:Community Picked". 
  • 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 contributions to the Magento Open Source community!  

parul_sinha
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We added these 15 pull requests to the community dashboard this month, based on your votes.  

 

 community-picked-Oct13.png

 

 

 

Thank you to all the community members who voted! 

  

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".  

  

Here is the combined status of the pull requests worked on so far.  

 

 Screen Shot 2023-10-30 at 10.49.36 PM.png

 

 

Total - 136 

 
 

Functionalities that made into the code base this month: 

 

 

 

For real time status, please visit the community dashboard.    

  

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  to view the monthly community newsletter that has a permanent section to share update on this process.  

  

How to get involved in the process:  

  • You can vote on your favorite pull requests in the repository by adding 👍reaction. Make sure you are logged in to your GitHub account. Link for the repository -  https://github.com/magento/magento2/pulls   
  • 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! 

 

rsomaniadof30b
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As usual, New York was an inviting venue for this annual Meet Magento event.  Meet Magento New York was the first Magento community event that I’ve attended, and just like before, this year’s event didn’t disappoint.  With multiple tracks of speakers from the community, and visitors from over 20 countries across the globe, this was a great opportunity to learn and share.

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parul_sinha
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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.  

 

 

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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 - https://github.com/magento/magento2/pulls   
  • 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!  

 

parul_sinha
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We picked the following 15 pull requests in August under the community prioritization process  based on the votes from the community. Thank you to all the community members who voted! 

 

 Community Picked-Aug 16.png

 

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". We open the voting window every month, sometimes twice a month.  

 

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

 

 Screen Shot 2023-08-30 at 12.12.50 PM.png

Total - 106 

 

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

We share a monthly update on the progress of PRs picked under this process. If you missed our earlier updates, 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 anytime on your favorite PRs in the repository by adding 👍reaction. Make sure you are logged in to your GitHub account. Link for the repository - https://github.com/magento/magento2/pulls  
  • 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! 

 

parul_sinha
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Magento Open Source 2.4.7-beta 1 was released last month (June) that included 25 community voted PRs picked under the Community Prioritization Process. 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". We open up the voting window every month and sometimes twice a month.  

 

Following functionalities made it to the code base month: 

 

1.  Fixed excel writer produces invalid files for numbers preceded by spaces 
2. Fixed issue Add to Wishlist with product custom option file upload not working 
3. Undefined index in TierPriceValidator.php 
4.  Remote storage issue 
5. GraphQl Product visibility for search results 

 

and these 9 are currently waiting for their turn in the merge queue: 

 

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

 

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Total - 91 

 

We picked the following 10 pull requests this month based on the votes from the community. Thank you to all the community members who voted! 

 

community picked July 25.png 

 

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 update 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 -  https://github.com/magento/magento2/pulls  
  • 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!  

parul_sinha
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Community Prioritization Process Update – June 2023 

 

This month we released Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source 2.4.7-beta1 that includes over 150 quality fixes and enhancements along with 2.4.6-p1, 2.4.5-p3, 2.4.4-p4, and patches for extended support clients. 

 

The Magento Open Source 2.4.7-beta 1 release included 25 community voted PRs picked under the Community Prioritization Process. 

 

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". We open up the voting window every month and sometimes twice a month.  

 

We picked 20 pull requests this month based on the votes from the community. Thank you to all the community members who voted! 

 

June 9th batch  

 community picked-June 9 2023.png

 

June 29th batch 

 

 community picked -june 29.png

 

 

 

Here is the combined status of the pull requests worked on so far.  

 

 

 community picked progress June.png

 

Total: 81 

 

For real time status, please visit the community dashboard.   

 

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 permanent section to share update 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 -  https://github.com/magento/magento2/pulls  
  • 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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I’m thrilled to announce the latest release for the Magento Open Source community.  What a way to kick off summer! Today, Adobe released the Magento Open Source 2.4.7-beta 1 patch.  This is a huge step as it materializes the hard work and dedication from the community around the Community Prioritization Process, which is a democratic process where members of the Magento Open Source community can upvote the issues that they want to merge into the code base the most.

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We added 10 pull requests to the community dashboard this month for processing, based on the votes on the PRs. Thank you to all the community members who voted!  

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We added the following 10 pull requests to the community dashboard this month for processing, based on the votes on the PRs.

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I’ve gotten some questions regarding the Community Prioritization Process.  It dawned on me that this might be a good chance to provide a reminder of what it is, what the goals are, and how each of you can contribute.

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Community Prioritization Process Update – March 2023

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On February 15-17, South Florida was the home of Meet Magento Florida 2023.  The Hard Rock Hotel was a great venue for a gathering of merchants, agencies, vendors, and developers.  I was impressed by the attendance and the enthusiasm and energy of the group.  There were speakers and attendees who had flown in from different parts of the world to make this a truly global event.  I was super excited to get a chance to meet new people, and reconnect with acquaintances I already knew.

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I am happy to share the progress that we have made so far. We merged 6 pull requests this month and the batch includes one of the most loved pull request by the community – Allow more htmlClasses.  

 

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I hope everyone had a great holiday season and ending to 2022.  I definitely took some time to rest and recharge, and am back excited about continuing to work with the community and deliver value for entrepreneurs and businesses with Magento Open Source.

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The Magento Open Source Community Prioritization Process was kicked off in November of last year. This initiative empowers the community to influence the Magento Open Source roadmap and code base by upvoting the pull requests that brings most value to them. We then pick the most up voted PRs (Pull Requests) to work on and add them to the community dashboard with a purple label - “Community Picked.” 

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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.  

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I woke up this morning and wondered how the progress on community pull requests is going.  Yes, we implemented a process and asked the community to vote on the pull requests that they are most interested in merging, but now what? 

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Remember when I talked about kicking off the Magento Open Source Community Prioritization Process?  The goals of this process were to make sure we were prioritizing the most important needs of the community and increase velocity of these changes into the code base.  We also wanted to create a transparent communication channel so we could all see the progress being made.

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Last Thursday marked the most recent Magento Association board meeting.  As always, we manage to pull everyone together across the globe for a fulfilling conversation of topics that always runs over the allotted time. 

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What did you do on Thursday, October 27?  I hope part of it was spent listening to the Magento Association Town Hall.  If you didn’t get a chance to be a part of the virtual Town Hall, read below for my take on it. 

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It’s finally here! We are ready to kick off the Magento Open Source community prioritization process.  I recently spoke about this in an announcement at Meet Magento NYC in September.  The goal of this community prioritization is to ensure that the Magento Open Source community has a say in what are the right items that should be incorporated into the code base. 

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Last Thursday, we had our most recent Magento Association board meeting. We had a great showing of all the directors spanning the globe. It is always tough to find a suitable time across the globe to meet.

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After a break for 3 years, Meet Magento NYC happened in person, and with full zeal in New York City on September 23. It was a reunion of sorts as people could finally network in person again.  It was my first Meet Magento event and New York was a great venue that embodied the spirit of the community. With almost 500 attendees, there was broad representation, with some attendees flying many hours to attend the event. I was so happy to meet so many of our community partners, developers and sponsors in person! 

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Starting with Adobe Commerce 2.4.5 we introduced parameterized data fixture and utilized PHP native attributes for integration and API test frameworks (more information in this documentation section). In this article we will highlight some new features and how to use them in order to create clean and well organized test coverage without the need of duplicating existing fixtures.

This is a continuation of the article How to Use and Create Data Fixture in Integration and API Functional Tests (Part 1/2) 

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Starting with Adobe Commerce 2.4.5 we introduced parameterized data fixture and utilized PHP native attributes for integration and api test frameworks (more information in this documentation section). In this article we will highlight some new features and how to use them in order to create clean and well organized test coverage without the need of duplicating existing fixtures.

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We would like to inform you of a change to the planned release schedule for Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source 2.4.4. To help ensure this release delivers the highest standards of security and quality, the pre-release period for Adobe Commerce customers is now planned to begin on March 29, two weeks prior to the general availability date of April 12 for both Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source. While we strive to publish updates on our planned release dates, we shift these dates when we feel it is in the best interest of our merchants. 

 

We also want to remind all merchants of the latest security updates available here. If you are on an impacted version, we strongly recommend that you apply these hotfixes immediately. It is also recommended that you plan to upgrade as soon as version 2.4.4 is available. 

 

Best regards, 

The Adobe Commerce Team 

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Earlier this month, we held our first Adobe Developers Live: Commerce event of the year. The event featured sessions by our product and engineering teams, with topics ranging from maintaining and upgrading the platform to exciting innovations in developer tooling, APIs, and services that enable merchants to deliver amazing shopping experiences. If you were unable to attend the event live, the content is available on-demand on Experience League. 

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