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Because the CC BY 4.0 didn't exist when we created the site. Changing the license requires an agreement from all those that have submitted a PR, so unless there's something specific in 4.0 that we want it's simply too much effort to change. The reason we chose CC BY 3.0 is because it seemed the most appropriate to the written material, images, and logo. It ...


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Easy method: Visit the moneropedia page Use the open issue link at bottom of page Login to and/or create a GitHub account Click new Input the Moneropedia terms and defintions you would like to add or modify Click submit new issue Track your request here Edit an existing entry yourself method: Visit the GitHub for the monero website Login to GitHub Make a ...


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Easy method: Visit the merchant page Use the open issue link at bottom of page Login to and/or create a GitHub account Click new Enter your merchant information Click submit new issue Track your request here Do it yourself method: Visit the GitHub for the monero website Login to GitHub Make a fork of the site Click data Click merchants.yml Click edit ...


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The logo is a creation of designer rantjack in logo design contest site 99design. There is no public statement by rantjack about a symbolism. We can note that three of the four inspirations given in the brief (Bitcoin, NXT, Blackcoin) feature orange/yellow/gold color. A similar question asked on BitcoinTalk forum have had not specific answer other than the ...


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I believe that fluffyponyza controls getmonero.org and ultimately has the power to update the website on his own or by merging pull requests of others. This does not seem like the type of thing that could be easily and safely delegated. There is a formal procedure for developer contributions to Monero addressed in this question. However the procedure is ...


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I see a Monero sunrise...dawn of a new paradigm.


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Yes, the core team chose getmonero.org as the best available domain at the time because the owner of monero.org never self identified or otherwise communicated with the core team. According to well known Monero community member Gingeropolous: monero.org is owned and operated by an unknown party. They are apparently not part of the community because they ...


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Given that Fluffypony updates the website, he is basically the only one that can give you a certain answer. However, usually the site gets updated shortly after the pull requests are merged.


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I'm not entirely sure how the translations are being handled, but I recommend going to the official Monero forum and maybe posting it in the 'Ideas' section and seeing what the response is. That being said, I have read once or twice about someone wanting to redesign the website. So if that is the case then it may be better to wait. Or if you want a more ...


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