Monero Vs. Bitcoin Source Code Analyses (How Decentralized are we)!

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    5) Delay in merging pull-requests: There are many pull-requests in Monero, and I understand it needs careful consideration. Some pull requests takes months, before they have a comment in it, or are merged. For e.g. there are some committers like mj-xmr, who have 20+ pull requests open, not sure why they are not merged yet? This could be due to lack of resources and this could be concerning and draining for people who actively want to contribute.

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    They are a company, so I'm not surprised they managed to put their docs in one place. The Bitcoin documentation is also all over the place, distributed between multiple wikis, stackexchange, , random websites, their docs folder and the code. I think it's just how things are in these communities. That said I'd obviously salute any effort towards improving or expanding docs.

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