Last updated by mauk81 2 years ago


The Grails Plugin Collective is a group of volunteer developers who work as a group to maintain a selected subset of Grails plugins. The Collective keeps the plugins up-to-date with documentation, bug fixes, tests, and ensuring they work with new Grails releases. The Collective is not affiliated with VMware or SpringSource. It seeks to improve the maintained plugins but does not certify them, nor warrant their use in any way above any other plugin.


Maintained Plugins

The plugins have been selected on the general criteria of being, in the opinion of the Collective, the most useful, high quality and commonly-used plugins.
  • grails-fixtures
  • grails-joda-time
  • grails-rendering
  • grails-selenium-rc
  • grails-springcache

Source Code

Source code repositories for GPC-maintained plugins are hosted on Github.


  • Luke Daley
  • Peter Ledbrook
  • Robert Fletcher
  • Lee Butts
  • Marc Palmer
  • Graeme Rocher
  • Jeff Brown
  • Burt Beckwith
  • Dean Del Ponte
  • Stéphane Maldini

Further info

Contributions and Procedure

Contributions to the maintained plugins from non-Collective members are also strongly encouraged. We do politely ask that if you wish to commit code to one of the maintained plugins, that you run your changes/ideas by the Collective first. It is hoped that contribution to the maintained plugins should be easier than other plugins because the Plugin Collective reviews, discusses and above all "sanity checks" proposed changes. This gives encouragement to the contributer, with the reassurance that their changes are in fact improving and not breaking or compromising the plugin.

The collective acts as a democracy. It aims to operate with the least amount of bureaucracy possible.

It is envisioned that in the future, the Grails Plugin Collective will support the recognition of official membership (primarily for CVs).


The Collective is currently contactable via the Grails mailing list.