Friday, December 12, 2008
Since we open-sourced Chromium, we've had patches contributed from all over the world. Once we published guidelines on how contributors can become committers, Paweł Hajdan Jr. was the obvious first choice for nomination.
Paweł is a computer science student at the University of Warsaw, and in his free time he's managed to write a ton of high-quality code towards making Chromium work on non-Windows platforms. Those of us who have worked on committing his near-daily patches are relieved to see that he'll now be able to commit them himself!