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Key English Portuguese (Brazil) State
sponsorships->globee GloBee sponsors the main Monero website infrastructure.
sponsorships->symas Symas sponsors its CTO Howard Chu (hyc) for his work on the Monero codebase.
sponsorships->forknetworking Fork Networking provides a server which is used for development.
sponsorships->macstadium MacStadium sponsors a dedicated Mac Mini that is used for Mac-related development.
team->introduction Workgroups are formed by community members who join forces to achieve a common goal. They have different structures and goals. On this page we list some of the more active workgroups and some tips to get you started, if you wish to contribute to any of them.
team->descr Description
team->start Where to start
team->contacts Chatrooms and Contacts
team->chat Chat:
team->website Website:
team->core_descr As stewards of the project, the Core Team manages and maintains infrastructure where centralization cannot be avoided (domains, website, github repositories...). Its members act as mediators as they see fit and aim to weigh consensus in the community, perpetuating the quality interactions that made Monero the successful project it is today. The Core Team does not and has never received any financial compensation.
team->core_start The Core Team is a closed workgroup; it's not possible to join unless invited.
team->community_descr This workgroup is used by the community to organize and coordinate. Start here if you are a non-coder who wants to contribute to Monero.
team->community_start The best way to start contributing to this workgroup is to join the chatrooms and introduce yourself, stating your interests and the skills you would like to offer to the community.
team->devworkgroup Development Workgroup
team->devworkgroup_descr This workgroup unites Monero developers working on the wallets and daemon maintained by the Core Team. It consists of two main parts: the CLI team and the GUI team. These teams coordinate using two different chatrooms.
team->devworkgroup_start It's a good idea to take a look at open issues on both repositories to have an idea of what could be fixed or improved. Both codebases, but especially the core repository, can be quite challenging, so it's suggested to first write in the chatroom introducing yourself, your skills, and to what you wish to contribute.
team->chatgeneral Chat (general):
team->chatgui Chat (GUI):
team->webworkgroup Website Workgroup