Google's Project Campfire is an amazing feature for users who want to use their Chromebook as a dual-boot machine, but it's superfluous. For developers, Chrome OS comes with Linux for the consumer Play Store. The cost and requirements of Camptifesystems ultimately seemed too much for the company.
For those who want to use a Chromebook as a dual-boot machine, Google's Campfire project will be an amazing feature. For developers, Chrome OS is available with Linux and Play Store. In the end, Project Campfire's overhead and demand is too much for Google. Google’s abandonment of the Campfire project was not a sudden, with a series of changes between September and December last year. Google has always had the practice of closing prospective projects, and the Campfire project seems to be no exception.