Canonical is behind Ubuntu, and RedHat is behind RHEL/Fedora, but who funds and who manages LXLE? The website says, "User contributions through donations and store purchases help cover the administrative and hosting cost of the distribution". But, there must some company collecting and dispersing those funds.
For those who aren't aware, LXLE is a "respin" of LUbuntu, and stands for "Lubuntu Extra Life Extension.
This question isn't intended to be nosy. It looks like a distribution I would like to try, and I am just trying to do "due diligence" before installing software on my computer.