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Technical Discussion Groups

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Technical discussion:

chromium-dev

The engineering (developer) team uses this to discuss technical issues and for announcements. This is a moderate volume, high technical content mailing list. Topical posts include items such as plans to reduce memory consumption, discussion around how certain code areas are implemented and how to extend or improve such code, announcements of new tests being added to the buildbots, and so forth. 

chromium-reviews

The engineering (developer) team uses this to conduct code reviews of changes to the Chromium source. This is a high volume, high technical content mailing list. Topical posts are strictly limited to code reviews. All email threads on this list originate from code reviews. Please do not start new threads on this list.

chromium-checkins

This is a read-only list that can be used to monitor individual checkins to the Chromium source. This is a high volume, high technical content mailing list. All emails to this list are automatically generated when code is checked in. Please do not send emails to this list.

chromium-bugs

This is a read-only list that contains all of the bug database email traffic. All email threads originate from bugs opened in the bug database. Please do not create new threads on this list.

chromium-extensions

This list is for people creating extensions for Chromium or Google Chrome. Discussion about upcoming extension APIs and webstore issues also happens here.

chromium-apps

This list is for people creating apps for Chromium or Google Chrome. Discussion about upcoming apps APIs and webstore issues also happens here.

apps-dev

Implementation discussions for the Chrome Packaged Apps platform and APIs.

graphics-dev

The engineering (developer) team uses this to discuss technical issues related to Chromium's graphics stack.  This is a low volume, high technical content mailing list covering the Chromium compositor, GPU command buffer stack, and other graphics-related parts of the code.


The engineering (developer) team uses this to discuss technical issues related to Chromium accessibility, including compatibility with assistive technology such as screen readers, magnifiers, voice controllers, and more.

List for discussing technical issues related to the Pepper APIs in Chromium, including proposals for new APIs, changes to existing APIs and discussion around the implementation of APIs in the browser.


List for discussing technical issues related to the Blink rendering engine.

blink-reviews

The engineering (developer) team uses this to conduct code reviews of changes to the Blink source. This is a high volume, high technical content mailing list. Topical posts are strictly limited to code reviews. All email threads on this list originate from code reviews. Please do not start new threads on this list.

blink-checkins

This is a read-only list that can be used to monitor individual checkins to the Blink rendering engine. This is a high volume, high technical content mailing list. All emails to this list are automatically generated when code is checked in. Please do not send emails to this list.


List for discussing implementation of web storage technologies: Cookies, IndexedDB, AppCache, FileSystem, Local/Session storage, Quotas, and, yes, WebSQL.


Discussions related to security engineering and development on Chrome, with a particular focus on security features and designs. Note: this is not a bug announcement list. If that is what your looking for, please see the Chrome Security page for more information on security-notify@chromium.org.

Discussions related to input handling in chromium and blink with a focus on making touch-based interactions on mobile fast, rich and rational.


Discussions related to the Mojo system (IPC, process and security model).


Technical discussions about networking in Chrome - covering HTTP, SSL/TLS, DNS, TCP - as well as the APIs for networking.

Note: On 1/21/2010 we switched our mailing lists to be hosted on chromium.org. Posts before that date for the above lists are available at chromium-dev, chromium-reviews, chromium-checkins, chromium-bugs, and chromium-extensions.
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