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In this video, you’ll hear from volunteers, Out in Tech organizers, and WordPress.com employees about the impact that these websites have within the larger LGBTQ+ communities that benefit from them. To learn more about the Digital Corps Hackathons or to get involved with Out in Tech, head to www.outintech.com.
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Friendly reminder, that the public demo for the PrestaShop Project from the maintainers team will happen next week, on Wednesday, November 9th, 2022 at 4pm CET!
We expect to share with you project news and present two topics:
At the end of every meeting, we hold a Q&A session. You can ask your questions beforehand. If you have some, about things related to the open source project, feel free to ask using this form. We will answer them during the Q&A session.
The session will be kept in record on YouTube, so even if you can’t attend the live stream, you will still be able to catch up later.
See you then!
This edition of the Core Weekly report highlights changes in PrestaShop’s core codebase from Monday 24th to Sunday 30th of October 2022.
PrestaShop 8 is available! This is an important moment for everyone involved in the project. All project members would like to thank the community for their involvement in this new version.
The Hummingbird theme maintainers team decided to release its early version. If you are working with PrestaShop themes, this is a great chance to get your hands on this new version to see what the future holds.
We want to remind you about next week’s PrestaShop Project Public Demo. We meet on November 9th at 4 PM CET.
Last but not least, October was the last month of the Core Weekly summaries you are currently reading. Starting in November, we will gather information about the project to be published in the Core Monthly summary. So the next post of this type is to be published at the beginning of December. We believe this new format will be easier for everyone to track and allow us to provide you with more relevant information about the project.
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Thank you to the contributors whose pull requests were merged since the last Core Weekly Report: @Quetzacoalt91, @zuk3975, @dependabot[bot], @NeOMakinG, @Hlavtox, @thomasnares, @PrestaEdit, @matks, @lartist, @jolelievre, @nesrineabdmouleh, @lucrp, @kpodemski, @ThanasisMpalatsoukas, @Oksydan, @sefirosweb, @FabienPapet, @atomiix, @leemyongpakvn, @nicosomb, @eternoendless, @sashashura, @mflasquin, @Progi1984, @jf-viguier, @rsoulard-prolaser, @PululuK, @clotairer, @balejk, @Seb33300, @margud, @abramofranchetti, @Saimis777, @SimonasB88, @lmeyer1, @MatShir, @LouiseBonnard, @sam-pires!
Thank you to the contributors whose PRs haven’t been merged yet! And of course, a big thank you to all those who contribute with issues and comments on GitHub!
If you want to contribute to PrestaShop with code, please read these pages first:
…and if you do not know how to fix an issue but wish to report it, please read this: How to use GitHub to report an issue. Thank you!
Happy contributin’ everyone!
The maintainers team is pleased to announce that PrestaShop 8.0 is officially available.
PrestaShop 8, the first major version since the original release of PrestaShop 1.7.0 back in 2016, is an important milestone for the project.
A significant cleanup has been performed in the codebase, with several internal components updated, modified or removed. PrestaShop 8 is also the project’s first company-neutral release, meaning that it no longer includes commercial products and services built-in.
In addition to over 170 bug fixes (including 4 new fixes since the release candidate), PrestaShop 8 brings compatibility with PHP 8.1, updated libraries including Symfony 4.4, an improved experimental product page, a new security page, and many other features for developers and merchants alike. You can read all about them here: What’s new in PrestaShop 8.
PrestaShop 8 is a major version in the SemVer sense of the word. This means that while it brings several new features and a number of important changes, most themes from PrestaShop 1.7 should remain compatible with PrestaShop 8. Some modules, however, might need to be updated to be compatible with this new version. To learn more, read Migrate your solutions from PrestaShop 1.7 to 8.0, and the detailed developer documentation.
PrestaShop 8.0 is available on GitHub:
Important: The 1-Click Upgrade module is not yet able to safely upgrade shops to PrestaShop 8.0 due to a number of known issues. The v4.15 release, enabling the upgrade to 8.0, is expected in the next few weeks. Stay tuned for news.
You can find the list of known issues here: List of known issues on PrestaShop 8.0. The remaining regressions are expected to be fixed in upcoming patch releases.
A big thank you to the 120 people who contributed to 1100 Pull Requests included in this version:
Adib Aroui, Alexandre Bru, Amaury Hanser, Amazzing, Amit Kumar Tiwari, Andromaque, Arnaud104, Ashley Butcher, Axome, Beattie282, Bertrand Merlier, Boubker Bribri, Brais Pato, Bruno Desprez, Camille V, Chedly Farhani, Christophe Rouille, Clotaire Renaud, Constantin Boulanger, Damien Tupinier, Daniel Hlavacek, David Diverres, David Gonzalez, David Oury, Dominik Ulrich, e-gaulue, Fabien Papet, Franck Lefèvre, gennaris, Georges Cubas, Henri Davigne, Hervé Hennes, Hibatallah Aouadni, Hugues Gobet, Ibrahima Sow, idnovate, Igor Stępień, Ines Sallemi, Jean-François Viguier, Jérôme Wohlschlegel, Jevgenij Visockij, Jonathan Danse, Jonathan Lelievre, Jory Hogeveen, Julie Varisellaz, Julius Žukauskas, Karlis Suvi, Kévin Gleizes, Khouloud Belguith, Krystian Podemski, Kyary, leemyongpakvn, Lionel Massin, Lorenz Meyer, Louis Authie, Luc Vigato, Mahmoud Parvazi, Marco Ingraiti, Marco Salvatore, Marcos, Marek Jedrzejewski, Marion François, Marius Gudauskis, Marwa Chelly, Mathieu Ferment, Matthias Raigne, Matthieu Rolland, Michael Voříšek, Mickaël Fernandez, Moncef Essid, mrAKAR, Nesrine Abdmouleh, Nicolas Lœuillet, Nicolas Sorosac, NoZTurn, okom3pom, Olivier Le Corre, Pablo Borowicz, Pascal Cescon, Pedro Nucci, Peter Schaeffer, Philip Iezzi, Pierre Rambaud, Pierre-Yves Christmann, PrestaAlba, prestaforum, Prestaplugins, Prestaworks, Priyank Desai, Psyray, PululuK, Ricardo González Garza, Robin Fischer, Romain ‘Maz’ BILLOIR, Romain Couderc, Salim Benouamer, Sam, Sauli Maijala, Sébastien Alfaiate, Sergio Quiñonez, Seth Vargo, Sharak, Simone, Simone Gennari, Tatu Wikman, Thomas Baccelli, Thomas Leguillant, Thomas Nabord, Tom Combet, Tuni-Soft, Valentin Szczupak, venditdevs, Vincent Garcia, Viorel Preoteasa, Vladimir, Web Helpers Pau, Yani Makouf, Yneet, yo7hli, and Yohann Tilotti.
PrestaShop is above all a community project: the vast majority of contributors are not directly affiliated with PrestaShop SA.
We would also like to thank the people who contributed aside from code: