The Joomla Project is comprised of many teams, each with a general areas of responsibility in accordance with our overall project mission/vision. Below is an outline of the teams and their areas of responsibility.
Joomla Leadership Team
The Leadership Team consists of leaders from Production Working Group and Community Working Group.
Responsibilities: Responsible for overall management of project and the community.
Public Discussion Group: http://groups.google.com/group/joomla-leadership
Production Working Group
Create software that is free, secure and of high-quality—encompasses everything that goes into the final product, not just code but also documentation, internationalization and localization efforts of all types.
Leaders:Michael Babker, Chris Davenport, Don Gilbert, Javier Gomez, Thomas Hunziker, David Hurley, Tom Hutchison, Nick Savov, Roberto Segura and Matt Thomas,
Public Discussion Group: http://groups.google.com/group/joomla-wg-production
Community Working Group
Provide the structures and community management necessary to create an online community that is enjoyable and rewarding to participate in, nurture and support online communities of users, provide support and information to users, and facilitate communication between users and the Production Working Group.
Leaders:Brad Baker, Isidro Baquero, Guillermo Bravo, Peter Bui, Ruth Cheesley, Alice Grevet, Dianne Hennig, David Jardin, Peter Martin, Olaf Offick and Sander Potjer.
Responsibilities: Joomla Discussion Forums, social networks, communications support, Joomla Extensions Directory, Joomla Community Portal, Joomla Community Showcase, Joomla User Groups, Joomla demo sites.
Public Discussion Group: http://groups.google.com/group/joomla-wg-community
Open Source Matters
Legal, financial and other organizational needs of the Project that fall outside of the two Working Groups.
Board of Directors: Martijn Boomsma, Mike Carson, Ronni Christiansen, Victor Drover, Jorge Lopez-Bachiller Fernandez, Rod Martin, Tessa Mero, Ryan Ozimek, Saurabh Shah, Joe Sonne, Marijke Stuivenberg, Radek Suski, Sarah Watz
More information: http://www.opensourcematters.org
Public Discussion Group: http://groups.google.com/group/open-source-matters-public