Keep going. We are waiting for Mac/Linux version !! XD
Just out of interest, how big is your development team?
Take a look at the Chromium project members:http://code.google.com/p/chromium/people
Well I use the Chromium builds which get updated multiple times a day. But yea. The Devs did do a lot of work with all the updates that were released this week. Good Job guys.
Good work guys! A stable AND a beta update in a week, impressive. And lets also not forget the new TV ads supposedly to be released today. Good job! Keep it up!
Great! can't wait ^^
Looking forward to it...BTW, 184.108.40.206 has been rock solid with great features and is fast, fast, fast...
It would be nice if you guys can create a google calendar listing all the dates for different releases.
Good Job Guy's...I converted many over to Chrome..All of which are impressed!I would like to see the print selection available in a future (asap) release!Thanks again
"exciting new features"? addons I suppose! ;)
What wouldn't I give for a couple of those "exciting new features" to include a completely revamped Download Manager and Bookmark Manager both akin to Firefox's.As part of a revamped Download Manager, I still also really, really want Google Chrome to open certain downloads "on the fly" (or, to the temp folder) just like many of the other browsers open these downloads.I actually just went back to the Google Chrome Beta because I've simply given up hope in seeing the abovementioned desired features anytime soon on the Dev Channel. Not to mention, I want more stability.Regarding one of the potentially new features being add-on support, I totally understand the huge interest in it but am far more interested in the abovementioned features. Moreover, I have this feeling that add-ons/extensions will end up slowing down and/or weighing down Chrome. I sincerely hope that I am wrong about this feeling.I absolutely love Chrome for the following reasons: speed, simplicity, security and stability (my "Four S's"). I hope Google continues to enhance each and every one of these fine aspects of Chrome!
According to Chromium:Customized Colour Themes (close to done)More Extensions (more and more)New Omnibox (pretty)+++@krtulmay: that list of chromium developers is a bit high :) Many users have more than one account and lots of other accounts (bots, automations, etc)@Arkadiusz: Addons is complete :) They are just rolling out the APIs, Some people did some addons (Extensions)@秋蟬: You can download .deb packages for linux and see how the development is going, same thing applies for mac! Its going smooth.
Well, you're just great! :)I love Chrome and I can't wait for this new features !Oh well, and you're VERY, VERY fast. ;)
since yet very good going.Akram
Linux & Extensions support. That's what I want.
Why not use the torrents to push bleeding edge releases ?
Because publishing torrents is like asking for the RIAA to sue the grandmothers and children of Chrome users...In seriousness though, google probably would shy away from using distributed publishing strategies like that when they already have datacenter-in-a-box's at the end of every strand of darkfibre they could get their hands on. There's just no way to control the user experience or speed of a download, and they can't yank it as easily when it's time for the next release.Using bittorrent technology like that without considering those things is the kind of pandering to the audience that you'd expect from a company with a less pragmatic approach to user experience.
lol, I like that edit"[Edit, 11 May 2009: Change 'bandwidth' to 'test capacity'. Sometimes the colloquial jargon we use at work translates imprecisely for a public audience.]"Some how I didn't think google would have had a problem with 'bandwidth'.
Its been 12 days in May and no updates yet. I am disappointed :(
They were busy last week pushing some major updates to the stable and beta channels (over 200 changes) and weren't able to push a update to dev. If everything goes well we should see a update today, but if not remember the old adage: "Patience is a virtue." :P
all i want from google chrome is for it to be super speedy during start up and use as little of ram as possible. I ditched firefox because it got slow. so please... whatever you do, keep google chrome speedy and neat. Thats all i ask of google chrome
didn't anyone noticed the fact that the previous version was 220.127.116.11 while this one is 18.104.22.168 meanin 172 vs 177 meaning that the updater recognize 177 as newer then 172 and there for when i try to install 172 it doesn't work and if i uninstall 177and install 172 the updater is saying that there is a newer version(177)and by the way your feedback page have a problem with IE8 it doesn't work so well so please fix all this problem:)
Aviramof, 22.214.171.124 is a beta channel release, 126.96.36.199 ia a dev channel release. On the dev channel there are more "advanced" versions, so it's perfectly normal.
i get that but if one have 177 installed he can't install 172 without uninstalling 177 and even then the browser show that there is an update at least if your on the dev channel so please think about it when you release new versions.
http://sites.google.com/a/chromium.org/dev/getting-involved/dev-channelRead the last paragraph.
Post a Comment