Commit 26e8f4ce authored by luigi1111's avatar luigi1111

Merge !1029

Add Mastering Monero link

See merge request monero-project/monero-site!1029
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# Ecosystem
The Monero ecosystem grew and evolved over the course of 2018. First, a repository called the [Monero Ecosystem](https://github.com/monero-ecosystem/) was created that collects Monero related projects created and managed by members of the community. Examples are [pymonero](https://github.com/monero-ecosystem/pymonero) (which is a fork of monero-project/monero to deliver Python C++ bindings), [monero-java-rpc](https://github.com/monero-ecosystem/monero-java-rpc) (an implementation of the Monero wallet in Java), and [submit-tx-via-tor](https://github.com/monero-ecosystem/submit-tx-via-tor) (a bash script to submit raw Monero transactions over Tor). Second, the [Monero Malware Response workgroup](https://src.getmonero.org/2018/09/26/Introducing-the-Monero-Malware-Response-Workgroup-Website.html) was created by community members to aid people negatively affected by malware potentially mining Monero. Third, [the Monero Localization Workgroup](https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/9u64km/the_monero_localization_workgroup_is_one_year_old/) [switched to a new translation platform](https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/a3pfb3/the_translation_platform_pootle_is_now_ready_to/) named Pootle, which greatly simplified the translations process. Fourth, the [Monero Outreach workgroup](https://www.monerooutreach.org/index.php) was created with the aim of better marketing Monero to end-users by writing articles and short stories, creating a quick-facts sheet, creating videos, and making a guerrilla marketing toolkit. Fifth, the Mastering Monero book was released, which condenses a vast amount of Monero related information, thereby aiming to educate, in an easy to understand way, the interested reader about all things Monero. The book first appeared in hard copy format and costs approximately $20. A free e-book variant will be released in 2019. In addition, all proceeds from sales of the book will be donated to the Monero project. Sixth, [Monerostuff](https://monerostuff.com/) was created by a community member with the aim of teaching newcomers about Monero. Seventh, [Monerodocs](https://github.com/monerodocs) was created with the aim of improving documentation. Lastly, [Tari was announced](https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/8lgvw4/introducing_tari_a_decentralised_assets_protocol/), which is "a decentralised assets protocol that is going to be built on top of Monero. Think of it as something like coloured coins or CounterParty, but for Monero and a lot more scalable (ie. not using an embedded consensus mechanism)." Additionally, Tari labs was created to work on the Monero protocol. To quote the original announcement:
The Monero ecosystem grew and evolved over the course of 2018. First, a repository called the [Monero Ecosystem](https://github.com/monero-ecosystem/) was created that collects Monero related projects created and managed by members of the community. Examples are [pymonero](https://github.com/monero-ecosystem/pymonero) (which is a fork of monero-project/monero to deliver Python C++ bindings), [monero-java-rpc](https://github.com/monero-ecosystem/monero-java-rpc) (an implementation of the Monero wallet in Java), and [submit-tx-via-tor](https://github.com/monero-ecosystem/submit-tx-via-tor) (a bash script to submit raw Monero transactions over Tor). Second, the [Monero Malware Response workgroup](https://src.getmonero.org/2018/09/26/Introducing-the-Monero-Malware-Response-Workgroup-Website.html) was created by community members to aid people negatively affected by malware potentially mining Monero. Third, [the Monero Localization Workgroup](https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/9u64km/the_monero_localization_workgroup_is_one_year_old/) [switched to a new translation platform](https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/a3pfb3/the_translation_platform_pootle_is_now_ready_to/) named Pootle, which greatly simplified the translations process. Fourth, the [Monero Outreach workgroup](https://www.monerooutreach.org/index.php) was created with the aim of better marketing Monero to end-users by writing articles and short stories, creating a quick-facts sheet, creating videos, and making a guerrilla marketing toolkit. Fifth, the [Mastering Monero](https://masteringmonero.com) book was released, which condenses a vast amount of Monero related information, thereby aiming to educate, in an easy to understand way, the interested reader about all things Monero. The book first appeared in hard copy format and costs approximately $20. A free e-book variant will be released in 2019. In addition, all proceeds from sales of the book will be donated to the Monero project. Sixth, [Monerostuff](https://monerostuff.com/) was created by a community member with the aim of teaching newcomers about Monero. Seventh, [Monerodocs](https://github.com/monerodocs) was created with the aim of improving documentation. Lastly, [Tari was announced](https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/8lgvw4/introducing_tari_a_decentralised_assets_protocol/), which is "a decentralised assets protocol that is going to be built on top of Monero. Think of it as something like coloured coins or CounterParty, but for Monero and a lot more scalable (ie. not using an embedded consensus mechanism)." Additionally, Tari labs was created to work on the Monero protocol. To quote the original announcement:
> **How does this benefit Monero?**
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