The Express technical committee meets online every two weeks (as needed) to discuss development and maintenance of Express, and other issues relevant to the Express project. Each meeting is typically announced in an expressjs/discussions issue with a link to join or view the meeting, which is open to all observers.
The meetings are recorded; for a list of the recordings, see the Express.js YouTube channel.
Members of the Express technical committee are:
Our vibrant community has created a large variety of extensions, middleware modules and higher-level frameworks.
Additionally, the Express community maintains modules in these two GitHub orgs:
To keep up with what is going on in the whole community, check out the ExpressJS StatusBoard.
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