Mirage is an open-source project driven by its contributors, from a variety of backgrounds. This page lists some of them and their roles in the project. If you’d like to be on here, please do contribute a PR with your information to the website repository.
The core team is broadly responsible for the central Mirage organisation repositories on GitHub, and for the project infrastructure and release engineering.
The Mirage community is distributed around the world, with regular IRC meetups and events to facilitate face-to-face hacking. The community contributors organise all this, and help ensure that Mirage continues to be accessible and welcoming to newcomers!
The tools crew maintains the infrastructure and CLI utilities that Mirage uses, such as the OPAM package manager, various bots and the CI system.
Mirage consists of many OCaml libraries that glue together to form an executable operating system. The librarians maintain the growing array of libraries in the community and ensure that they remain compatible with the core Mirage module types.