Blink, Google's new fork of the WebKit browser engine, is alive.
Yesterday, Google announced the project, which splits its browser work from Apple's in the open-source WebKit project. Today, Blink is up and running.
The first updates -- including a new list of 36 Blink "owners" who have authority to approve changes -- are arriving.
"Chrome 28 will be the first blinking release," Chrome programmer Mike West said in a Hacker News comment. The current stable version of Chrome is version 26; new versions arrive about every six weeks.
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