Er, <cough>, I'm taking donations to buy the hardware necessary to ensure my coreboot builds don't brick your Chromebooks and also improve things like ACPI support (so people can actually install Windows 7). Somebody has already kindly donated €10 (not sure whether to name). Only 19 and a bit more of those (Paypal took €0.69) before I'll have an Acer C7 guinea pig to work on!
I'm considering adding a donate button to the site, specifically for purchasing Chromebook hardware with which to test coreboot builds prior to release. I currently already have a Dediprog SF100 to quickly de-brick (kindly donated by Stefan Reinauer in Google). I would need a NET20DC usb ...
Ozone-Wayland, the implementation of Chromium's Ozone for supporting Wayland graphics system (intended as a simpler replacement for X) has been officially launched recently at https://github.com/01org/ozone-wayland. Different projects based on Chromium/Blink can be enabled now using Wayland.
For information, Ozone is a new set of C++ classes in Chromium for abstracting different window systems on Linux. It provides abstraction for the construction of accelerated surfaces underlying Aura UI framework, input devices assignment and event handling. See http://www.chromium.org/developers/design-documents/ozone for more.