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Builder monero-static-win64 Build #6998

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Repositoryhttps://github.com/monero-project/monero.git
Branchmaster
Revision5c79abe539e7f22fc997851492a79f5f8df2bafb
Changes1 change

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win64

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The SingleBranchScheduler scheduler named 'monero PR builder' triggered this build

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branch master Build
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buildername monero-static-win64 Builder
buildnumber 6998 Build
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github_repo_name monero Builder
github_repo_owner monero-project Builder
platform win64 BuildSlave
project Build
repository https://github.com/monero-project/monero.git Build
revision 5c79abe539e7f22fc997851492a79f5f8df2bafb Build
scheduler monero PR builder Scheduler
slavename win64 BuildSlave
workdir C:/msys64/home/vagrant/slave\monero-static-win64 slave (deprecated)

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Responsible Users:

  1. Gingeropolous

Timing:

StartThu Mar 21 12:49:49 2019
EndThu Mar 21 12:49:49 2019
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All Changes:

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  1. Change #19090

    Category None
    Changed by Gingeropolous <Gingeropolousohnoyoudont@users.noreply.github.com>
    Changed at Mon 14 Jan 2019 04:40:13
    Repository https://github.com/monero-project/monero.git
    Branch master
    Revision 5c79abe539e7f22fc997851492a79f5f8df2bafb

    Comments

    update readme to include blurb on decentralization
    it occurred to me that someone discovering monero for the first time, through the code and actually reading the readme, would not have any indication of the design focuses of keeping monero decentralized, both in terms of the mining infrastructure and the low cost of node operation.  I know the topic is sort of a ... wishy washy thing, but I tried to craft some language that gets the point across in general terms.

    Changed files

    • README.md