See who the maintainers of the various OCaml projects are. We present a comprehensive list structured by project / purpose.
The OCaml Compiler team, responsible for the development and maintenance of the language, the standard library, and the compiler tools.
The Platform team is responsible for the development and maintenance of the OCaml Platform, the official OCaml developer toolchain.
The Packaging team is responsible to ensure the quality of the OCaml packages ecosystem, and in particular, to review submissions to the opam repository.
The infrastructure team is responsible for the maintenance and evolution of the infrastructure powering the official OCaml projects, including the servers for OCaml.org and the opam-repository CI.
The OCaml.org team is responsible for the development and maintenance of the official OCaml websites, in particular OCaml.org and its subdomains.
Working groups are community initiatives that gather around certain topics or a shared purpose. The OCaml Governance Policy does not apply to them. Participation is welcome and encouraged.
Eio Working Group
Work on tools and libraries to do multicore programming with OCaml.