Chromium 10 in Ubuntu
Not so long ago, I announced Chromium 9 landing in Ubuntu, now, here is version 10. Still hot from upstream, it’s better, faster. It brings both new features and a long list of security fixes. As always, it’s in sync with the Google Chrome release for you own pleasure. It is already available in Natty, and I handed the Maverick and Lucid packages to my fellow Security sponsors Micah and Jamie for another round of reviews. If you’re in a hurry, it is also in the Stable PPA for all the supported versions of Ubuntu down to Hardy.
In this version, I promoted Uyghur as 54th language for which we now have a translation. The Uyghur translators did a fantastic job in the last few days, jumping from a ~13% coverage to almost 95% overnight. Thank you!
Also worth noting, the H.264 codec is still there if you have the -extra package installed.
It seems we are finally on track for a major upgrade every 6 weeks, as planed.