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Chromium development is still very much active on Google Code, which will turn read-only on August 25th 2015.

Chromium on Google Code

What are the plans to move Chromium development?

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because this question is asking particularly to the health and further actions of a particular project: Chromium. Questions that request for support of a particular open project should be asked with the project maintainers themselves, not Open Source SE. – Zizouz212 Aug 1 '15 at 9:43
  • -1 because there is an evident lack of research, see the answer below. – Michael Schumacher Aug 1 '15 at 18:09
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    @MichaelSchumacher Evident lack of research? It looks like there has been research, and I'll tell you your reasoning for your downvote makes nearly no sense to me. – Zizouz212 Aug 1 '15 at 18:40
  • If there has been research, then why can there be an answer that is effectively "click on the link that is right there in your screenshot"? A well-researched question should acknowledge that. – Michael Schumacher Aug 1 '15 at 22:05
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    @MichaelSchumacher Well, I disagree with your reasoning for the downvote, but whatever. You're entitled to your own opinion and actions :) – Zizouz212 Aug 2 '15 at 9:17
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If you click on the link "this post", you will see this page:

It contains more information about the process, including this text:

As previously announced, most of Google Code will become read-only on August 25th, 2015.

We are still working with Google-affiliated projects (e.g., /p/chromium and /p/android) to get them migrated to other tools and make their projects read-only by the end of the year. These projects will remain read-write until we can transition all their data off of Google Code. (my emphasis)

So it says that you will be able to work on Chromium (and Android) in read-write mode until Google decides where to migrate them to some other tool chosen by Google (e.g. GitHub).

When a decision to migrate is made, it will probably be announced on that same page.

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