Harvey works on the Jojo project as a core developer and SEO brain, having worked on custom CMS projects for around 8 years. Harvey also provides much of the developer support for Jojo, and maintains a number of key plugins.
Mike runs gardyneHOLT with Fraser Gardyne. Mike can't program in PHP, his CSS is non existent, and he isn't especially useful at fetching coffee. So he contributes to the project in other ways - that is, he pays the staff on time at the end of the month. Michael manages the Jojo team, as well as the business behind it.
Tom has a background in usability and overall good practice on websites. Tom has successfully populated our bug database in great detail without actually fixing any of the bugs he has found. That said, Tom has some great ideas on how websites should work, and is constantly pushing for better usability and standards.
Antony works at gardyneHOLT, a New Zealand web development agency. Antony is much more developer than designer and likes to add features that benefit all. Focus for this development is often driven by and individual client but is advantageous to all.
Mike worked as the lead developer at gardyneHOLT, a New Zealand web development agency. Mike is a hard core PHP coder that mostly did back end code that you never see. He was always looking to add features by removing code, Mike was the self appointed performance and security tsar for Jojo.
Melanie lives in Berlin, Germany, and was PHP coder on our team. Melanie did great stuff with PHP and CSS and has written a number of plugins for Jojo for clients, and for the main release.
Bon is the baby of the Jojo team. He aims to grow up with Jojo. As a design-to-programming convert, Bon aims to add simplicity and elegance with functions. Jojo is his first big Open Source project.