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A Working Group is a group of people that are working toward one particular set of goals. Joomla! currently has 7 Working Groups: Translation, Quality & Testing, Development, Documentation, Sites & Infrastructure, Design & Web Standards, and Foundation. Each working group has a specific set of goals, tasks, and responsibilities. Each Working Group has at least one Coordinator that is a member of the Joomla! Core Team. The management and administration of each Working Group is the primary responsibility of the Working Group’s Coordinator and because of that, the Coordinator is free to setup and run the Working Group in any way they see fit and that agrees with our Code of Conduct. This allows for highly agile teams that can each decide which protocols, processes, communication methods, etc. are best for them. You can find out more information about the Joomla! Working Groups by visiting this page: http://dev.joomla.org/content/view/13/53/ (Note: it is a bit out of date).
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A Joomla! Working Group is a group of people who are working towards one particular set of goals. For example, Joomla! currently has Working Groups for Development, Documentation, Translation and Sites & Infrastructure. Each working group has a specific set of goals, tasks, and responsibilities. Each Working Group usually has at least one Coordinator who is a member of the Joomla! Core Team. The management and administration of each Working Group is the primary responsibility of the Working Group’s Coordinator and because of that, the Coordinator is free to set up and run the Working Group in any way they see fit and that agrees with our [http://www.joomla.org/about-joomla/the-project/volunteer-code-of-conduct.html Volunteer Code of Conduct]. This allows for highly agile teams that can each decide which protocols, processes, communication methods, etc. are best for them. You can find out more information about the Joomla! Working Groups by visiting the following pages:
 
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* [[Production Working Groups]]
[[Category:FAQ]]
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* [[Documentation Working Group]]
[[Category:Getting Started FAQ]]
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* [[Translations Working Group]]
[[Category:Version 1.5 FAQ]]
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* [[Sites and Infrastructure Working Group]]
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* [[Marketing Working Group]]
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[[Category:Joomla! CMS Project FAQ]][[Category:Working Groups]]</noinclude>

Latest revision as of 14:40, 26 November 2013

A Joomla! Working Group is a group of people who are working towards one particular set of goals. For example, Joomla! currently has Working Groups for Development, Documentation, Translation and Sites & Infrastructure. Each working group has a specific set of goals, tasks, and responsibilities. Each Working Group usually has at least one Coordinator who is a member of the Joomla! Core Team. The management and administration of each Working Group is the primary responsibility of the Working Group’s Coordinator and because of that, the Coordinator is free to set up and run the Working Group in any way they see fit and that agrees with our Volunteer Code of Conduct. This allows for highly agile teams that can each decide which protocols, processes, communication methods, etc. are best for them. You can find out more information about the Joomla! Working Groups by visiting the following pages: