"The search giant has bestowed upon the first
non-Google programmer the privilege of adding code to the project,
a process called committing. The new commiter: Pawel Hajdan Jr., a
computer science student at the University of Warsaw who's
submitted his own patches to Chrome almost daily, Google programmer
Evan Martin wrote in a blog post Friday.
""In his free time, he's managed to write a ton of high-quality
code towards making Chromium work on non-Windows platforms," Martin
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