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This page lists all Gentoo projects.

AMD64 Project (Project:AMD64)

The AMD64 Project is devoted to providing stable, secure and up-to-date releases of Gentoo for the AMD64 and EM64T processor families.

Lead(s): Christoph Mende (angelos)

Gentoo/AMD64 Arch Testers (Project:AMD64 Arch Testers)

The Gentoo/AMD64 AT Project is devoted to help the developers with time-consuming testing.

Lead(s): Agostino Sarubbo (ago)

Gentoo Linux ARM Development (Project:ARM)

The ARM Development Project is devoted to keeping Gentoo in good shape on the ARM architecture.

Lead(s): Steev Klimaszewski (steev), Rick Farina (zerochaos)

Gentoo Accessibility Project (Project:Accessibility)

The Gentoo Accessibility Project provides a way for Gentoo developers in various teams to coordinate efforts to make Gentoo more accessible to users who have disabilities.

Lead(s): William Hubbs (williamh)

Gentoo Resources for Ada (Project:Ada)

This project provides support for Ada compilers and libraries in Portage. At present two gnat compilers are provided, gnat-gcc by FSF and gnat-gpl by AdaCore.

Gentoo Linux Alpha Development (Project:Alpha)

The Gentoo/Alpha Arch Team is devoted to keeping Gentoo in good shape on the Alpha architecture.

Lead(s): Tobias Klausmann (klausman)

Alt Project (Project:Alt)

Provide Gentoo-way solutions for non-GNU/Linux platforms.

Gentoo RAP on Android Devices (Project:Android)

Gentoo on Android aims to provide desktop experience on Android mobile devices. This project deploys Gentoo RAP, a variant of Gentoo that installs in a directory prefix, along with Android, sharing the same Linux kernel.

Lead(s): Benda Xu (heroxbd)

Gentoo Apache Project (Project:Apache)

The Apache project is responsible for maintaining the Apache httpd server in Gentoo, and many of its modules. We also maintain a build infrastructure so that other modules may be easily added in a standard way to Apache.

Lead(s): Lars Wendler (Polynomial-C)

Arch Testers Project (Project:Arch Testers)

The Arch Tester project is devoted to helping developers with time consuming testing.

Gentoo Artwork Project (Project:Artwork)

The Gentoo Artwork Project manages Gentoo artwork stuff. This includes wallpapers, logos, themes, icons sets, etc.

Gentoo Astronomy Project (Project:Astronomy)

The Astronomy Project handles astronomy, astrophysics, cosmology related activities in Gentoo.

Gentoo Linux Security Audit Project (Project:Auditing)

The Gentoo Linux Security Audit Project is focused upon auditing packages for security issues. The aim of the project is to audit as many of the packages available through Gentoo Linux stable Portage tree as possible for potential flaws.

Lead(s): Jason A. Donenfeld (zx2c4)

BSD Project (Project:BSD)

Porting of Gentoo facilities on BSD systems.

Gentoo Base System (Project:Base)

The Base System Project provides an umbrella project for keeping the system tools, libraries, compilers and layout consistent for all the various architectures under Gentoo Linux.

Lead(s): Raúl Porcel (armin76), Guy Martin (gmsoft), Tobias Klausmann (klausman), Mike Frysinger (vapier)

Gentoo Biology Project (Project:Biology)

The Biology Project handles all biology related activities in Gentoo.

Bug cleaners (Project:Bug-cleaners)

The Gentoo Bug Cleaners project aims to clean up the oldest bugs in Bugzilla.

Bug Wranglers (Project:Bug-wranglers)

The Gentoo Bug Wranglers project controls, describes the tasks to be carried out and goals to be achieved for everyone who wrangles bugs on Gentoo's bug tracker.

Lead(s): Jeroen Roovers (jer)

Catalyst (Project:Catalyst)

The Gentoo Catalyst Project develops and supports the Catalyst release building tool. Catalyst has been designed to be easy to use, customize, and maintain. It is also used in other Gentoo projects, such as GNAP.

Lead(s): Brian Dolbec (dolsen)

Gentoo Chemistry Project (Project:Chemistry)

The Chemistry Project handles all chemistry related activities in Gentoo.

Chromium in Gentoo Project (Project:Chromium)

The Chromium in Gentoo project manages the Chromium-related ebuilds within Gentoo.

Lead(s): Paweł Hajdan, Jr. (phajdan.jr)

Cjk (Project:Cjk)

Chinese/Japanese/Korean support packages.

Gentoo Cluster Project (Project:Cluster)

The Cluster Project handles both HPC and HA related activities in Gentoo.

Gentoo Community Relations (Project:ComRel)

Community Relations handles many personnel-related tasks, solving conflicts and also ensuring that the Gentoo Code of Conduct and proper and professional behavior is followed across Gentoo's borders.

Lead(s): Andreas K. Hüttel (dilfridge)

Gentoo Community Resources (Project:ComRes)

Gentoo Community Resources is an umbrella project comprising the Recruiters, Retirement and Comminity Relations subprojects. It acts as a central place for all the human-resources related projects.

Gentoo Common Lisp Project (Project:Common Lisp)

The Gentoo Common Lisp Project handles Common Lisp related packages in the Gentoo package tree.

Lead(s): Panagiotis Christopoulos (pchrist)

Gentoo Containers (Project:Containers)

Gentoo Containers provides minimal container images for a variety of container formats so that users can have a consistent experience when building application specific containers.

Gentoo Council (Project:Council)

The elected Gentoo Council decides on global issues and policies that affect multiple projects in Gentoo.

Crypto (Project:Crypto)

Project for maintaining crypto related packages

Desktop (Project:Desktop)

The desktop project handles all desktop-related issues of the Gentoo distribution, including science.

Lead(s): Donnie Berkholz (dberkholz)

Desktop effects (Project:Desktop-effects)

Manage various windows managers, x11 miscellaneous applications which are commonly used for various effects on your desktop

Lead(s): Sergey Popov (Pinkbyte)

Gentoo Desktop Utilities Project (Project:Desktop-util)

The Desktop Utilities project manages a wide variety of small utilities and dockapps for the Gentoo Desktop.

Devmanual (Project:Devmanual)

The Devmanual subproject is tasked with maintaining and updating the Gentoo Development Guide

Lead(s): Markos Chandras (Hwoarang)

Gentoo Docker (Project:Docker)

Gentoo Docker provides minimal docker images so that users can have a consistent experience when building application specific docker containers.

Gentoo Documentation Project (Project:Documentation)

The Gentoo Documentation Project (GDP) is responsible for the creation and maintenance of all general Gentoo documentation.

Gentoo Dotnet Project (Project:Dotnet)

The Dotnet Project handles the development using the C# language. More specifically, it is often oriented with the mono development environment.

Elections (Project:Elections)

Gentoo Elections Project gathers all the information necessary to conduct elections in Gentoo.

Lead(s): Jorge Manuel B. S. Vicetto (jmbsvicetto)

Gentoo Electronics Project (Project:Electronics)

The Electronics Project handles all electronics related activities in Gentoo.

Gentoo Emacs/Elisp Project (Project:Emacs)

The Gentoo Emacs Project handles Emacs and Elisp related packages in the Gentoo package tree.

Lead(s): Ulrich Müller (ulm)

Embedded Gentoo (Project:Embedded)

Embedded Gentoo brings the flexibility of Gentoo to embedded systems. The project is responsible for overseeing the build infrastructure for creating images to be installed onto embedded systems.

Lead(s): Mike Frysinger (vapier)

Project Enlightenment (Project:Enlightenment)

Project Enlightenment maintains efl packages including e17

Lead(s): Thomas Sachau (tommy)

eselect configuration and management tool (Project:Eselect)

eselect is Gentoo's modular framework for configuration and administration utilities.

Lead(s): Ulrich Müller (ulm)

eudev (Project:Eudev)

eudev is a device manager for the Linux kernel

Lead(s): Anthony G. Basile (blueness)

Events Project (Project:Events)

The Free Software Community is colored with many happenings and events. Very important on such events is the availability of the major players, including distributions. This sub-project tries to cover all events where Gentoo can present itself.

Fonts (Project:Fonts)

The fonts project handles all fonts-related issues within the Gentoo Desktop project.

Lead(s): Ben de Groot (yngwin)

Gentoo Linux Forums (Project:Forums)

The Gentoo Forums are a source of support for the Gentoo user community. It allows users to post support questions that can be answered by developers and other users alike.

Lead(s): Desultory (desultory)

FreeBSD Project (Project:FreeBSD)

FreeBSD-based Gentoo system.

Gentoo Linux Enhancement Proposals (Project:GLEP)

The GLEP project manages Gentoo Linux Enhancement Proposals.

Gentoo Monthly Newsletter (Project:GMN)

The Gentoo Monthly Newsletter (GMN) was intended to give anyone interested in Gentoo a single source of information about the latest happenings in the Gentoo world.

Lead(s): Matthew Marchese (Maffblaster)

Gentoo GNOME Desktop (Project:GNOME)

The Gentoo Gnome Project aims to bring the current and complete GNOME Desktop Environment to Gentoo.

Lead(s): Mart Raudsepp (leio)

Gentoo GNU Emacs Project (Project:GNU Emacs)

The Gentoo GNU Emacs Project handles GNU Emacs and related packages in the Gentoo package tree.

Gentoo Games Project (Project:Games)

The Gentoo Games Project manages the game categories (dev-games, games-*) in Portage

Lead(s): Mike Frysinger (vapier)

Gentoo Linux (Project:Gentoo)

The whole Gentoo Linux project

Gentoo Keys (Project:Gentoo-keys)

Gentoo Keys is a Python based project that aims to manage the OpenPGP keys used for validation on users and Gentoo's infrastructure servers.

Lead(s): Brian Dolbec (dolsen)

Gentoo Geosciences Project (Project:Geosciences)

The Geosciences Project handles all geosciences activities in Gentoo.

Git migration (Project:Git migration)

The git migration project aims to work on the git migration process and oversee the related tools and policies.

Git mirror (Project:Git mirror)

The reviewers for Gentoo's rsync->git mirror Pull Requests.

Lead(s): Michał Górny (mgorny)

Gentoo Linux HPPA Development (Project:HPPA)

Gentoo/HPPA is a Gentoo project designed to bring the Gentoo GNU/Linux operating system to the HP Precision Architecture platforms. Gentoo/HPPA aims to provide a usable computing environment for your various HPPA related endeavours.

Lead(s): Guy Martin (gmsoft)

Gentoo Hardened (Project:Hardened)

Hardened Gentoo is a project which oversees the research, implementation, and maintenance of security oriented projects for Gentoo Linux.

Lead(s): Magnus Granberg (Zorry)

Hardened musl (Project:Hardened musl)

This subproject aims to port the hardened tool chain to musl based systems for a variety of architectures. The project treats musl as an alternative to glibc and uClibc, and not necessarily as "embedded".

Lead(s): Anthony G. Basile (blueness)

Hardened uClibc (Project:Hardened uClibc)

This subproject aims to port both tool chain and kernel hardening to uClibc based systems for a variety of architectures. The project treats uClibc as an alternative to glibc, and not necessarily as "embedded".

Lead(s): Anthony G. Basile (blueness)

Gentoo Haskell (Project:Haskell)

Support Haskell programming language ecosystem on Gentoo systems.

Lead(s): Sergei (slyfox)

Gentoo Linux IA-64 Development (Project:IA-64)

The IA-64 Development Project is devoted to keeping Gentoo in good shape on the IA-64 architecture.

Lead(s): Raúl Porcel (armin76)

Gentoo Infrastructure (Project:Infrastructure)

The Gentoo Infrastructure team provides and develops services for the Gentoo developer and user community, ensuring availability, security and functionality.

Lead(s): Robin Johnson (robbat2)

Installer (Project:Installer)

After many years of an installer being absent from Gentoo, it is time to start work on creating a perfect Gentoo installer.

Lead(s): Matthew Marchese (Maffblaster)

(Old) Installer (Project:Installer/Old)

The deprecated Gentoo Installer project aimed to create a widely extensible install engine that allowed for a diverse set of attended and unattended install options. It was abandoned in 2009, but these pages have been retained for future reference.

Integrity, Compliance and Reporting (Project:Integrity)

The integrity subproject aims to integrate and maintain technologies related to system integrity within Gentoo Hardened. Although initially focused on Linux IMA/EVM, this will extend towards other integrity, compliance and reporting technologies.

Lead(s): Sven Vermeulen (SwifT)

Java (Project:Java)

We maintain everything Java-related in Gentoo, that is, most of dev-java/* and also packages in categories like dev-util, www-servers etc.

Lead(s): James Le Cuirot (chewi)

Gentoo KDE Project (Project:KDE)

The primary goal of the Gentoo KDE project is to provide support for all packages produced by the KDE Community.

Lead(s): Johannes Huber (johu)

Gentoo Kernel Project (Project:Kernel)

The Gentoo Kernel Project aims to deliver the best possible experience from its sources across all supported architectures. By maintaining quality control, clearly defined road maps, highly skilled developers and a standard base across all of our kernels the project will help bring the end-user experience of our kernels to even higher levels.

Lead(s): Mike Pagano (mpagano)

Gentoo Linux Kernel Security Project (Project:Kernel Security)

Gentoo Linux Kernel Security Project handles patching our many kernel sources and informing our users about global kernel security status.

Gentoo LXDE Project (Project:LXDE)

The LXDE project manages ebuilds in Gentoo for LXDE, the Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment, and handles related issues.

Layman Overlay Manager (Project:Layman)

Layman is a tool to manage overlays installed on a system. It can add, sync, and delete overlays

Lead(s): Brian Dolbec (dolsen)

Lemote Yeeloong Gentoo Desktop (Project:Lemote Yeeloong Gentoo Desktop)

The Lemote Yeeloong Gentoo Desktop aim to provide a ready to install XFCE4 base desktop to the Yeeloong netbook.

Lead(s): Anthony G. Basile (blueness)

Gentoo Libbash Development (Project:Libbash)

libbash development is devoted to maintaining and updating libbash core functionality and utilities.

Lead(s): Petteri Räty (betelgeuse)

Gentoo Licenses Project (Project:Licenses)

This is a small team in Gentoo that try to make heads & tails of license terms.

Gentoo Lisp Project (Project:Lisp)

The Gentoo Lisp Project handles Lisp related packages in the Gentoo package tree.

Lead(s): Panagiotis Christopoulos (pchrist)

Gentoo MATE Desktop (Project:MATE)

The Gentoo MATE Project aims to bring the current and complete MATE Desktop Environment to Gentoo.

Lead(s): NP-Hardass (NP-Hardass)

Gentoo/MIPS Port (Project:MIPS)

Gentoo/MIPS is a port of the Gentoo GNU/Linux and the Gentoo Portage package management system to mips-based platforms.

Lead(s): Matt Turner (mattst88)

Gentoo Foundation (Foundation:Main Page)

The Gentoo Foundation, Inc. provides the legal and financial base for the Gentoo project.

Lead(s): Roy Bamford (NeddySeagoon)

Gentoo Mathematics Project (Project:Mathematics)

The Mathematics Project handles all math related activities in Gentoo.

Gentoo Metastructure Project (Project:Metastructure)

The metastructure toplevel project is concerned with the management structure of Gentoo.

Mirrorselect (Project:Mirrorselect)

Mirrorselect is a tool to help configure which mirror(s) to set your gentoo system to use for retrieving the package distfiles and rsync transfers.

Lead(s): Brian Dolbec (dolsen)

Gentoo Mozilla Team (Project:Mozilla)

Mozilla and related applications

Lead(s): Jory A. Pratt (Anarchy)

Multilib (Project:Multilib)

The Gentoo multilib project aims to provide means to build Gentoo packages for multiple ABIs (multilib).

Lead(s): Michał Górny (mgorny)

MySQL (Project:MySQL)

This project maintains MySQL and its derivatives

Lead(s): Brian Evans (grknight)

NetBSD Project (Project:NetBSD)

A Gentoo system based on NetBSD.

Gentoo Office project (Project:Office)

The Office project manages the office implementations and related packages in Gentoo.

OpenBSD Project (Project:OpenBSD)

A Gentoo system based on OpenBSD.

Gentoo OpenRC Project (Project:OpenRC)

OpenRC is a dependency based init system that works with the system provided init program, normally /sbin/init.

Lead(s): William Hubbs (williamh)

Openstack (Project:Openstack)

Openstack is a virtualization orchestration suite that allows the creation and management of cloud infrastructures.

Lead(s): Matthew Thode (prometheanfire)

The #gentoo Operators Project (Project:Ops)

The #gentoo Operators project describes the tasks and policies carried out by the operators of the #gentoo channel on the freenode network.

Lead(s): Jeroen Roovers (jer)

Gentoo Overlays (Project:Overlays)

The Gentoo Overlays team is responsible for the administration of the overlays and the * websites.

Pluggable Authentication Method maintenance (Project:PAM)

Pluggable Authentication Method is the main authentication method supported by Gentoo; the PAM maintenance project maintain the related software.

PHP (Project:PHP)

This project maintains PHP itself as well as the PHP extensions and libraries

Lead(s): Ole Markus With (olemarkus)

Package Manager Specification (Project:Package Manager Specification)

The Package Manager Specification aims to document what is required of a Gentoo package manager, and what ebuilds may assume about their environment.

Lead(s): Ulrich Müller (ulm)

Gentoo Perl Project (Project:Perl)

We maintain everything perlish in Gentoo.

Lead(s): Mikle Kolyada (Zlogene)

Gentoo Physics Project (Project:Physics)

The Physics Project handles all physics related activities in Gentoo.

Planet Gentoo (Project:Planet)

Planet Gentoo provides a central aggregation of developers' blogs, to keep users and other developers informed of what they are working on.

Portage (Project:Portage)

The Portage Development Project is devoted to maintaining and updating Portages core functionality and utilities.

Lead(s): Alexander Berntsen (bernalex)

Gentoo Portage Tools Team (Project:Portage-Tools)

The Gentoo Portage Tools team, develops and maintains a number of tools that either use portage's api's or performs actions relating to the maintenance of the portage tree and ecosystem.

Lead(s): Paul Varner (fuzzyray)

Gentoo Linux PowerPC Development (Project:PowerPC)

The PowerPC Development Project is devoted to keeping Gentoo in good shape on both 32-bit and 64-bit PowerPC architecture.

Lead(s): Jack Morgan (jmorgan)

Gentoo Prefix (Project:Prefix)

To bring out the virtues of Gentoo on different operating systems, the Gentoo Prefix project develops and maintains a way of installing Gentoo systems in a non-standard location, designated by a "prefix".

Lead(s): Fabian Groffen (grobian)

Presentation Project (Project:Presentation)

This subproject writes and maintains presentations, folders and other material that users and developers can safely use to promote or demonstrate Gentoo.

Gentoo Printing Project (Project:Printing)

Printing related stuff, net-print category (+ some extra stuff).

Gentoo Programming Language Support Project (Project:Programming)

The project provides coverage for Gentoo-specific issues associated with various programming languages that can be found in Portage.

Proxy Maintainers (Project:Proxy Maintainers)

Proxy maintainers is a group of developers initially maintaining abandoned packages on behalf of Gentoo users. Activity of members now extends to maintaining established packages relinquished by developers.

Lead(s): Ian Delaney (idella4)

Gentoo Public Relations Project (Project:Public Relations)

The Public Relations Team improves Gentoo's visibility towards the rest of the world.

Lead(s): Donnie Berkholz (dberkholz)

Python (Project:Python)

The Python project maintains dev-lang/python and most of dev-python/*.

Lead(s): Mike Gilbert (floppym)

The Gentoo QEMU Project (Project:QEMU)

The Gentoo QEMU Project maintains packages related to QEMU.

Gentoo Qt Project (Project:Qt)

The Qt project handles the Qt ebuilds available in Gentoo's portage and the qt overlay. It also maintains various Qt packages and libraries that don't have dedicated maintainers.

Lead(s): Davide Pesavento (pesa)

Quality Assurance (Project:Quality Assurance)

The Gentoo Quality Assurance team

Lead(s): Sergey Popov (Pinkbyte)


This project manages the RSBAC support within Gentoo. This includes providing kernels with RSBAC support (loosely based on the hardened-sources), administration utilities to manage and write strong Gentoo-specific policies.

Lead(s): Magnus Granberg (Zorry)

Gentoo Developer Recruiters (Project:Recruiters)

The Recruiters subproject provides a central location for information about developer recruitment and recruiter policy.

Lead(s): Justin Lecher (jlec)

Release Engineering (Project:RelEng)

Release Engineering ("RelEng") is the official Gentoo project focused on coordinating and improving the creation of official media releases of Gentoo Linux and the associated tools used by the installation process.

Lead(s): Jorge Manuel B. S. Vicetto (jmbsvicetto)

RelEng GRS (Project:RelEng GRS)

The Gentoo Reference System (GRS) Suite is a set of tools for building and maintaining a well defined Gentoo system in which all choices in building the system are predefined in configuration files housed on a central git repository.

Lead(s): Anthony G. Basile (blueness)

Repository mirror and CI (Project:Repository mirror and CI)

The repo-mirror-ci project aims to run basic QA checks on all listed Gentoo repositories and provide syncing mirrors for them (with pre-generated metadata cache).

Lead(s): Michał Górny (mgorny)

Reviewers (Project:Reviewers)

Team dedicated to reviewing pull requests and commits

Lead(s): Michał Górny (mgorny)

Gentoo Ruby Project (Project:Ruby)

The Ruby project maintains packages for Ruby implementations, libraries and development tools. This project also maintains the RubyGems package, the de facto standard for packaging Ruby projects.

Lead(s): Hans de Graaff (graaff)

Gentoo Linux s390 Development (Project:S390)

The s390 Development Project is devoted to keeping Gentoo in good shape on the s390 architecture.

Lead(s): Raúl Porcel (armin76), Mike Frysinger (vapier), Mikle Kolyada (Zlogene)

SELinux (Project:SELinux)

This project manages SELinux support in Gentoo. This includes providing kernels with SELinux support, providing patches to userland utilities, writing strong Gentoo-specific default profiles, and maintaining a good default set of policies.

Lead(s): Sven Vermeulen (SwifT)

Gentoo Linux SPARC Development (Project:SPARC)

Gentoo/SPARC is a Gentoo project designed to bring the Gentoo GNU/Linux operating system to the SPARC and UltraSPARC platforms. Gentoo/SPARC aims to provide a usable server and desktop environment for your various SPARC related endeavors.

Lead(s): Raúl Porcel (armin76)

Gentoo Sandbox Team (Project:Sandbox)

The Gentoo Sandbox Team maintains sandbox-related tools and libraries

Lead(s): Mike Frysinger (vapier)

Gentoo Scheme Project (Project:Scheme)

The Gentoo Scheme Project handles Scheme related packages in the Gentoo package tree.

Gentoo Science Project (Project:Science)

The Gentoo Science project manages science and mathematics related activities in Gentoo

Lead(s): Justin Lecher (jlec)

Gentoo Security Project (Project:Security)

The Gentoo Security Project's mission is to ensure that vulnerabilities in software accessible through the Portage tree are found and fixed in a timely manner, so that our users remain protected against known vulnerabilities.

Lead(s): Alex Legler (a3li), Tobias Heinlein (keytoaster)

Gentoo Sound project (Project:Sound)

The sound team provides and maintains sound applications and drivers.

Lead(s): Tony Vroon (Chainsaw)

Sunrise (Project:Sunrise)

Project Sunrise is a starting point for gentoo users to contribute. The team members encourage users to write ebuilds and make sure that they follow Gentoo QA standards. The project maintains an overlay where users who would like to contribute ebuilds can get access. We work closely with the overlays, QA, userrel and devrel projects to reach our goals.

Lead(s): Thomas Sachau (tommy)

systemd (Project:Systemd)

The Gentoo systemd project aims to bring Gentoo users the best experience in using systemd as an sysvinit/OpenRC alternative.

Lead(s): Mike Gilbert (floppym)

Gentoo TeX Project (Project:TeX)

The TeX project maintains ebuilds for TeX distributions and TeX related packages. This includes app-text/texlive, app-text/tetex, the dev-texlive category, most of dev-tex and a few others.

Tinderbox cluster (Project:Tinderbox-cluster)

A tinderbox that the guest code can run on multiply setups.

Documentation Translation Project (Project:Translation)

As Gentoo continues to grow, international documentation will be key to communicating with our diverse user base. The translators will make sure that all Gentoo documentation is translated in a timely fashion.

Treecleaner (Project:Treecleaner)

Gentoo currently has a number of packages that lack maintainers and are broken in one or more ways. Due to the large number of packages that exhibit this behavior in the gentoo package database the tree cleaner subproject was created. The overall goal of this subproject is to reduce the number of unmaintained and broken packages in the tree. This is accomplished by either finding a maintainer for the package, fixing the package, or removing the package from the package database.

Lead(s): Markos Chandras (Hwoarang)

Undertakers (Project:Undertakers)

The Community Relations Undertakers project handles developer retirement, both when developers announce their retirement as well as due to developer inactivity.

Lead(s): Markos Chandras (Hwoarang)

Gentoo VDR project (Project:VDR)

The Gentoo VDR Project maintains and updates the VDR packages in the portage tree. It integrates them with Gentoo as tight as possible. VDR is the abbreviation for Video Disk Recorder.

VPS (Project:VPS)

The Gentoo Virtual Private Server project maintains all VPS related packages.

Gentoo Video project (Project:Video)

The Video team strives to provide users with the best multimedia experience through providing encoding tools and media players. We do so by maintaining various video based applications including MPlayer, Xine, and Transcode.

Lead(s): Luca Barbato (lu_zero)

Gentoo Virtualization Project (Project:Virtualization)

The Gentoo Virtualization Project maintains packages shared between the different virtualization (sub-)projects and provides documentation and tools to the user to make Gentoo a first choice platform as both host and guest system.

Gentoo VMware Project (Project:Vmware)

The Gentoo VMware project ("vmware") is the official Gentoo project for the maintenance and development of VMware and VMware-related products in the Gentoo package repository.

Lead(s): Andreas K. Hüttel (dilfridge)

Gentoo Webapps (Project:Webapps)

The web-apps team maintains web applications, an eclass to facilitate writing ebuilds for these packages, and the webapp-config tool.

Gentoo Website Maintainers (Project:Website)

The Website Team maintains the Gentoo website and develops new sites for the community.

Lead(s): Alex Legler (a3li)

Gentoo Wiki Project (Project:Wiki)

The Gentoo Wiki Project maintains

Lead(s): Alex Legler (a3li)

X11 (Project:X11)

The X11 project manages the X implementations and related packages in Portage.

Gentoo Linux x86 Architecture Development (Project:X86)

The Gentoo Linux/x86 Project works to keep Gentoo the most up to date and secure x86 distribution available.

Lead(s): Jeff Horelick (jdhore)

Gentoo/x86 Arch Testers (Project:X86 Arch Testers)

The Arch Testers team is responsible with helping x86 devs testing packages which are to be marked stable. Arch testers are respected members of the community which the x86 team has recognized as being reliable and trustworthy.

Lead(s): Agostino Sarubbo (ago)

Gentoo XEmacs Project (Project:XEmacs)

The Gentoo XEmacs Project handles XEmacs and related packages in the Gentoo package tree.

Gentoo Xen Project (Project:Xen)

The Gentoo Xen Project maintains packages related to Xen.

Gentoo Xfce Project (Project:Xfce)

The Gentoo Xfce Project aims to bring the current and complete Xfce desktop environment to Gentoo.

Lead(s): Christoph Mende (angelos)