There is always a great deal of Joomla! development activity underway and communicating with other developers in the community is essential. This site is a resource for anyone looking to build or maintain software based on the Joomla! platform.

Our tracker is maintained by a group of committed volunteers. Below are some statistics about those individuals.

Individual Statistics

This chart shows the most active members of the Bug Squad over various time periods. You can see who is writing code for bug fixes, who is testing proposed fixes, and who is managing issues in the tracker.


Overall Statistics

This chart shows total activity in the Issues Tracker for a given time period, again by coding, testing, and working in the tracker.

This chart shows the total number of open issues over time. They are broken down by status code (Open, Confirmed, Pending, and so on).


This chart shows the total number of tracker issues opened and closed over a given time period.


Documentation Statistics

This chart shows wiki activity by contributors.

JUX Call for Volunteers

The Joomla! User Experience Team is looking for experienced Joomla! users and UX professionals to help in various areas of the UX process for the Joomla! Platform.

Joomla! UX Team Call For Volunteers

Joomla! 3.7 is still in development but we’re already thinking forward and are calling contributors for Joomla! 4. This will be an evolution of the Joomla! series with the goals of improving the user experience, improving the code quality and reducing bugs. 

Start contributing to Joomla! 4, a developers look