Weekly missives by devs
Here’s a brief text by Monero developers concerning last week improvements:
A brief summary of the points discussed follows, a full transcription of the podcast is outstanding (can be submitted via Github Issues).
In this week’s podcast we update the progress on the DB, discuss Tippero, talk about decentralising-all-the-things, and discuss the English wordlist bug.
Initial DB merge […]
State of Monero: 2014
As an open-source project, Monero is built on the back of volunteers, contributors, and donations. So let’s start with a financial report.
For donations received over the year: Monero Core Team received 21 636.40655 XMR spread over 4343 transactions, and 8.04559 BTC spread over 25 transactions. Thus average XMR donation is around 5 […]
We’re aware of the 0.8.8.6 slow startup issues on some Windows environments (over an hour for the daemon to startup for some people). We believe we’ve identified the problem, and will be rolling out a test fix in the next couple of days, for inclusion in 0.8.8.7.
There have been a number of patches merged […]
Hello, and welcome to our twentieth Monero Monday Missive! We’re combining last week’s one with this week’s, as last week’s Missive was pulled down shortly after being put up due to breaking issues in the Windows build of Monero 0.8.8.5 (since resolved). Thank you for your patience!
Monero 0.8.8.6, recommended update, please take note of […]
Hello, and welcome to our nineteenth Monero Monday Missive!
It is with great pride that we announce the very first Monero hosted account service (a web wallet for Monero, if you will), which we are certain will provide a level of accessibility that was previously unknown with Monero. MyMonero.com is managed by Riccardo “fluffypony” Spagni, […]
Hello, and welcome to our eighteenth Monero Monday Missive!
We still have ongoing Windows static build issues, which is preventing us from tagging and releasing Monero 0.8.8.5. It is our highest item of priority at the moment, although the nature of the problem and the geographic / timezone spread of the various people working on […]