Travel and Reimbursable Expense Policy

link Guiding PrincipleEach dollar you spend under this policy exists to further the mission of the jQuery Foundation. These are special funds of a member-supported not-for-profit organization. The community has placed a trust in you as a team member to be reasonable and prudent in expending these resources. link To Whom Does This ApplyIf you … Continue reading

Our Projects

From our inception, the jQuery Foundation has been about much more than just jQuery. We strive to provide a home for open source projects that are essential to, and support our vision of, making the web accessible to everyone. Check out a sampling of what we provide for these projects and our philosophy around governance, … Continue reading

jQuery Foundation Trademark Policy

The mission of the jQuery Foundation is to improve the open web, making it accessible for everyone through the development of open source software projects and collaboration with the development community. To that end, we provide individual open source projects with a top-level organizational structure and other resources that they need to produce the code … Continue reading

The jQuery Team

The jQuery Foundation Board of Directors Dave Methvin President Dave is a long-time contributor to jQuery, providing extensive help on the jQuery bug tracker and in the jQuery discussion forums. As the lead of the jQuery dev team he works to ensure high quality, timely, releases of the library, organizes the planning and development efforts … Continue reading

Join The jQuery Foundation

Joining the jQuery Foundation has a couple of meanings. First, there is the act of a project becoming a jQuery Foundation project and benefiting from our open web ecosystem. If that's what you're looking for, check out the different projects that are already part of the foundation and see what it means to be a … Continue reading

jQuery Foundation Code of Conduct – FAQ

This FAQ attempts to address common questions and concerns around the jQuery Foundation's Code of Conduct. If you still have questions after reading it, please feel free to contact us. link Why have you adopted a Code of Conduct?We think the jQuery Foundation community is awesome. If you're familiar with the jQuery Foundation community, you'll … Continue reading

jQuery Foundation – Team Members

In the spirit of Open Source, the jQuery Foundation welcomes contributions from anyone in the community with a desire to advance the mission of the Foundation. Every contribution is appreciated. It is not necessary to be a team member to make a contribution, and we understand that many contributors may not have the time or … Continue reading

History

2014 August 2014 August 13th, 2014 – jQuery UI 1.11.1 Released July July 1st, 2014 – jQuery Mobile 1.4.3 Released June June 26th, 2014 – jQuery UI 1.11.0 Released May May 23th, 2014 – jQuery UI 1.11.0 Beta 1 Released May 1st, 2014 – jQuery 1.11.1 and 2.1.1 Released April April 25th, 2014 – jQuery … Continue reading

Thanks for joining us

What happens next? You will receive an e-mail soon with details about the gifts you will receive and when you can expect them. Your name and gravatar will soon appear on our members page to show how awesome you are. If this is a problem (maybe you'd like to remain anonymous), send an email to … Continue reading

jQuery Foundation Code of Conduct

Like the technical community as a whole, the various jQuery Foundation teams and communities are made up of a mixture of professionals and volunteers from all over the world, working on every aspect of the mission – including mentorship, teaching, and connecting people. Diversity is one of our huge strengths, but it can also lead … Continue reading

jQuery Foundation Code of Conduct – Changes

link Change control processWe're (mostly) programmers, so we'll track changes to the code of conduct and associated documents the same way we track changes to code. All changes will be proposed via a pull request to the jquery.org repository on GitHub. Changes will be reviewed by the conduct committee first, and then sent to the … Continue reading