The Cordova project is made up of over 50 git repositories. Its developers manage the project with the help of JIRA, MoinMoin, ReviewBoard, and GitHub. To communicate, developers use a mailing-list, IRC, and Google Hangouts on Air. Releases are mainly distributed via NPM, and plugins via an Cordova-specific NPM-based registry. In this presentation, Andrew Grieve will give an overview of all the components of Cordova that are relevant to committers. He'll address what they are for, how to use them, and how well they do their job. He will also cover how each component comes together when doing a release.