Up at the GitHub link, you will find GitHub names of developers. Some [perhaps most] of whom are also part of Brave Software / Brave Support.
At that GitHub webpage, over on the right, above (“Reviewers”), and beneath (“participants”), the “Linked issues” . . . are some such names.
You may recognize some of the images/labels associated with those names. And those images as well as something in the names, may ring a bell with some of the people at Brave Software / Brave Support.
Example - at Brave Community:
Example - at GitHub:
Sometimes the name matches; sometimes the image matches.
With time, you’ll get to know them.
You might participate at GitHub — look over all that you have discovered since your OP, and contribute your view — find out how to do that at GitHub.
Get Started at GitHub: “https://docs.github.com/en/get-started”
Documents (guidance) at GitHub: “https://docs.github.com/en”
Brave iOS at GitHub: “https://github.com/brave/brave-ios”
There, scroll down to: “Brave for iOS” - take a glance; and back near the top, click on “Issues” to see what is going on, in the garage area.
Do not quit; and, maintain an even strain.