Greetings to all again. This time I come to talk about browsers Mozilla Firefox y Chromium, which are Open Source and they are used in Windows and Mac as well as in most of the GNU / Linux distros (both the official compilations and their forks).
However, I have noticed that when downloading Mozilla Firefox from the official website, I come across a version compressed in BZip in tarball and in the case of Chromium, in ZIP format.
While Mozilla Firefox and Chromium make it easier for distros developers to package their stable versions in their own way, in the case of Chromium there is little or no interest in offering a version that is at least current and decent enough to be able to fully enjoy it. (In the case of Google Chrome, you can see that there is great interest in updating your browser, but with its counterpart in open source there is an interest that leaves much to be desired).
With Mozilla Firefox I had no problems keeping it up to date, since almost all distros are up to date with the releases made by the Mozilla Foundation (even Debian update with the same frequency than its official equivalent its fork), but Chromium has some distros that do not have a version on par with the official versions of Google Chrome, such as the Debian case (It doesn't even have a backport or at least a special repo like Iceweasel does).
The case of Ubuntu (you have to add the security repo provided by Launchpad in order to keep your packages up to date and apparently, it stayed in version 25 in all versions even in Lucid), so I decided to use a script made specifically to install the nightly version of Chromium from almost automated way by Debian forum users, since officially I can't find any repos or Linux Mint that are really up-to-date from the Debian family (on other distros, they are on par with the stable version of Google Chrome).
If I could find a repo in which to keep the stable versions of Chromium up to date (or at least the nightly builds), I would greatly appreciate the help. For now, I will continue to use the script so that I can work with Chromium's nightly Build (that custom that I just imported when I used Windows).