CGAL is developed via a collaborative effort from a community of developers working at research institutes, universities and companies. See the web page on partners and funding sources for further details. This community includes the CGAL Editorial Board, which is responsible for guiding the development of the library, developers, and the user community. To become part of our community, please check how to get involved.
Together with members of the editorial board, the following people are currently participating to the development of CGAL and are responsible for the maintenance of the code base:
Together with members of the editorial board and developers, the following people have provided reviews of CGAL Packages:
Others who have been instrumental in the development of CGAL include former developers and editors:
Some of the CGAL and GALIA (European Research) Projects' board members continue to provide important input on the development of the library.