Articles by tag : Contribute

  • Testing Pull Requests on PrestaShop

    How does the QA team handle the testing of Pull Requests?

    The PrestaShop company created a Quality Assurance team 4 years ago, in 2016, to improve the quality of the open source project – but also of its products and services. Over the last year, the team has grown quickly, taking quality to the next level! Its field of action has been widening (tests of new services like Prestashop Checkout, specifications reviews, etc.) but the core of the manual testers’ activity remains the same: verifying Pull Requests (“PRs”) on GitHub, and testing every release.

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  • 2020 Call for Papers: that was great!

    A quick tour of the result

    This year, for the first time, a Call for Papers was organised for a PrestaShop event. The objective was to give a voice to the community and learn from its active members. Let’s make a quick tour of the results.

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  • Contributor interview: Pululu Kinanga André

    Discover the faces behind the commits

    An open source community is more than just pull requests made by faceless strangers. In order to better understand the people who contribute time and skills to the PrestaShop project, we’re writing a series of interviews with contributors of all ranges. This week, meet Pululu Kinanga André, one of our great developers on GitHub!

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  • Hacktoberfest 2020 is coming

    Bring the lights on open source projects

    Open source has its own tradition when fall starts cooling the atmosphere around, Hacktoberfest! Beer is not flowing like water but code is, and it creates more value than any bunch of slightly tipsy people. ;-)

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  • Help us write product specifications

    Contribute without typing a single code line

    Contribution is not only about code. As an open source project, everyone is encouraged to participate in the construction of PrestaShop: you can translate the software in your native language, suggest a new feature, sign up to the User Club and share your experience with the product teams, become an ambassador… and also write specifications!

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  • A new place to contribute to the PrestaShop project and share your feedback on the next features

    Discover PrestaShop's new tool to collect feedback and better prioritize what to build next!

    As announced here, the Core product team recently adopted a new working tool to gather feedback and prioritize features: Productboard. No more teasing, it is now time to have a look at how it will look and how we will all be able to handle it!

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  • A definition of the 'good first issue' label

    A new way to onboard contributors on the PrestaShop project

    Earlier this year, the PrestaShop product team decided to use new leverage to help new contributors participate in the PrestaShop project on GitHub: the ‘good first issue’ label.

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  • Improvements to come on contributors board

    More features, more modern, and more information about contributors

    After all those years without any modification nor improvement, it is time to think about the future of the “Top contribution achievements” board. While discussing with many people from the community on how to open the governance of the open source project, and how to involve more contributors, new needs have been identified. This article is about quick wins, upcoming developments, and about the general spirit behind this work.

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  • PrestaShop Day Paris 2020: Call for Papers is open

    It's time to submit a talk to speak in front of the community

    Last year, a developer space was available at the PrestaShop Day Paris. This year, this space grows and will include an area for conferences and workshops dedicated to active contributors to the open source project.

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  • PrestaShop keeps growing internationally

    PrestaShop and its community extend the frontiers of your business

    No need to repeat it: PrestaShop is an international solution. We aim at providing highly global features for worldwide users, and it means providing many useful localization packs containing correct and up-to-date information.

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  • Contribute to the UI kit of the 1.7 back office

    Yes, yes, we have a UI kit :)

    PrestaShop is 10 years old this year. 10 years and a software that have experienced 7 major evolutions.

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  • Contribute to this devblog!

    Make your voice heard!

    Ever felt there were topics that the Build devblog should talk about? Best practices to follow? Here’s your chance!

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  • An update on the 1.7 RTL project

    (: tcejorp LTR eht no etadpu nA

    Some time ago we announced the launch of a project to better adapt PrestaShop to right-to-left (RTL) languages. We already have a small community overviewing what is going on (thank you!). To make sure everybody shares the same level of information, here is where we stand so far.

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  • Making PrestaShop RTL-compliant together with you

    A call to the power of the PrestaShop community!

    As an editor of a free software translated in many languages, our wish has always been that merchants from anywhere around the world could be able to sell easily thanks to PrestaShop.

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  • How to contribute to the User Guide and help translate it

    A quick guide to writing PrestaShop Documentation on Confluence

    Some of you contacted us to help translate the PrestaShop User Guide into their language. To make things easier for anyone who wants to help write some user documentation, here is a quick guide on how to use Confluence, on which our user documentation is hosted.

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  • Paying tribute to our community of translators

    Let's thank them for making PrestaShop available worldwide

    Each month we’ve been presenting the top contributors to our translation project on Crowdin, in the “Do you Speak PrestaShop?” reports. It’s nice, interesting and all… but we wanted to do more! The people behind PrestaShop translations deserve a real tribute. When you think about it, translators are the ones who, thanks to their hard work, make it possible for PrestaShop to reach new countries, and for merchants to sell cross-border. It’s HUGE!

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  • New Translator Guide Available Now!

    Translating for PrestaShop has never been so easy ^o^

    Thanks to 2,870 Crowdin contributors, PrestaShop has been translated in over 65 languages, helping merchants to create shops in over 200 countries! Translating PrestaShop allows us to aim at millions of potential users and merchants from all around the world. We’re very proud of the work done and hope to bring e-commerce to a growing number of people, no matter what their country or language is. In order to keep reaching new people, we are today releasing our translator guide, so that anyone can start contributing to the translation project!

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  • How to contribute to PrestaShop

    You don't need to be a coder!

    Hey, welcome! If you landed here, it means that you’re interested in participating, testing, improving or giving your thoughts about PrestaShop.

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