New month, new problems to solve, and new ideas to try out! Going forward, we’re going to put together a monthly update (you’re reading this month’s) to highlight all the , , and that has happened in the community over the past month. Welcome New Community Members!
Firstly, a huge, warm welcome to all the new folks
. We’ve had 341 new developers join us since February 1! Tons of new faces building on the Atlassian platform. If you’re new, feel free to reply to this topic and introduce yourself. We’d love to hear about who you are what you’re working on.
Secondly, let’s give some love to the movers and shakers on here…
CDAC is only as good as the folks posting new topics and answering questions. So let us take a second to recognize
the individuals on here helping answer questions and contributing to conversations.
The following folks were the top first repliers
last month: @sven.schatter, @clouless, @candid, @danielwester, @dennis.fischer, @steve.behnke
And we want to give a nod to those Atlassians who hopped on and partook in conversations. Shout out to the following top topic first repliers from Atlassian:
@kchan, @KamilKozlowski, @rmassaioli, @kkercz, @nhur
And a nod to the Developer Experience team members doing the same:
@dmorrow @Andrew_Golokha, @ibuchanan, @rwhitbeck, @nmansilla Top Topics
And now for the
and . We’ve had over 250 topics posted in February. A lot of good things to read. Here are some of the most viewed topics and most liked posts from February. Most Viewed Topics
announced in December 2020, the Atlassian Editor team is rolling out a number of sizeable changes to the way macros exist in Confluence Cloud. We’re shipping a new:
Configuration experience to help users stay in context when editing macros
Browser to help users find both native features/content types and macros (in a prettier way, too)
Top toolbar + dropdown to help users insert features/content types into the editor in a more consistent way
We need you to:
Read this …
Towards the second half of 2021, a
new issue navigator will replace Advanced search. With this new issue navigator, the apps that:
are displayed as icons in Advanced search will be moved to a new apps menu
are in the Export menu, will stay in the Export menu
Why is it changing?
Advanced search is one of the key experiences in Jira and we want to:
create a unified search experience in Jira on project and instance levels - to minimise conf…
We’re excited to share that Forge has moved out of beta and into General Availability: this means you can rely on Forge’s hosted infrastructure, storage, and FaaS functions to support your Forge apps in production –all backed by Atlassian’s operational readiness.
In this post, we’ll cover what’s happening today, recap our recent releases, summarize our upcoming roadmap, and wrap up with a reminder on why we’re so heavily invested in Forge for the future of Atlassian’s ecosystem…
Hi developer community,
Jira Cloud Ecosystem team here with some updates on the extensibility work we’ve shipped since the last
FY20 summary posted on CDAC in July. I’d also like to share what we’re working on and what the plans are for the near future. This is post #1 of a 3 part series with updates across Jira Cloud Ecosystem, Confluence Cloud Ecosystem, and Migrations Platform. Happy reading!
As a reminder, our priority here on the Ecosystem team is to unblock migrating customers by ensurin…
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I really appreciate the EAPs that you’re giving us access to. They’re awesome - so please don’t stop. BUT… As a partner - it’s next to impossible to keep up.
Can we please get a standardized way for them to be announced and for us to sign up for them?
If we can also get a list of what EAPs we’re enrolled for and where - that would be awesome as well.
BTW, the answer is 6 Atlassian’s to change a lightbulb.
One to create the DACI
One to object to each option
One to choose the recommended approach
One to create the Jira ticket
One to ensure the work gets done
Me to actually change the lightbulb.
Late last year we
announced the release of the developer console, the one-stop shop for our developer community to manage their Forge apps. Today we are expanding on the capabilities by introducing a lightweight way to share your Forge app with users for testing and internal usage. While we’re working to get Forge apps on Marketplace, you can start distributing your apps right now!
We want developers to have complete control over when and how they share their apps. Which is why…
I’m Bentley and joined the Atlassian Developer Expience team a week ago to focus on community.
Why are you reintroducing yourself? Yes, I introduced myself last week and yes, I forgot to call attention to my public Trello board dedicated to the greatest of haircuts. Bad jokes aside, I wanted to make sure I took a minute and let you know a little bit about what we’re working on related to the community, why we’re working on it, and who you can yell at when you don’t like something (me).
Finally, if you’re looking for a chance to meet other developers and Atlassians, we have a number of events coming up you can check out.