Ecosystem Roundup – Webinar on GDPR Readiness, Atlaskit package deprecation, legacy mode for time tracking in Jira Cloud being removed, and more

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In this post, we roundup all recent Ecosystem news.

Webinar: Atlassian App and Integration GDPR Readiness

Do you run or manage Atlassian Cloud apps and integrations? If so, are you aware of the upcoming March 29, 2019 deadline to ensure that those apps and integrations comply with Atlassian’s developer guidelines for GDPR?

If these questions made your heart race, don’t sweat, we’ve got answers for you. Head over to the Developer Community to learn how to register for our upcoming webinar on Tuesday, February 12th, 2019 at 1 PM PST and learn how to ensure your app complies with Atlassian’s developer guidelines for GDPR.

Catch our recent blog post for tips on how to speed up your migrations to accountID.

Atlaskit deprecated @atlaskit/util-shared-styles

The Atlaskit team has deprecated the @atlaskit/util-shared-styes package. If you’re using this package in your app please follow @atlaskit/theme migration guide for migration to @atlaskit/theme package in your project.

Removal of legacy mode for time tracking in Jira Cloud

As we roll out the new Jira issue view, we’re working to simplify configuration to make it easier to get key tasks done. We’ve decided to remove Jira legacy mode in time tracking on February 11, 2019. We’ll disable legacy mode for time tracking for sites that have it enabled on that date, and remove the ability to enable it for all sites.

It’s important to note that we’re removing legacy mode for both the new and old issue views, as everyone will eventually move over to the new issue view.

We don’t foresee a developer impact with this removal as the number of customers currently using it is very low. Please read the announcement for more information.

Product releases

Ecosystem Developer Help

As always, if you are seeking help in building your apps there are three avenues available to you.

If you seek help, mentoring, or support in building your app please head over to the Atlassian Developer Community where over 5800 developers and over 700 Atlassians are available to help out.

If you found a bug, want to raise a feature request, or report an app security incident with any of our APIs, SDKs, or app frameworks please open an issue over at the Atlassian Ecosystem Developer Service Desk.

Need Marketplace Vendor support, head over to the Atlassian Ecosystem Marketplace Vendor Support Desk.