We have discontinued distribution of the Courgette package after having learned of allegations of patent infringement relating to the package, including a patent lawsuit
brought against Google. (See Red Bend Ltd. and Red Bend Software Inc. v. Google Inc., Civ. Action No. 09-cv-11813 (E.D. Ma.)).
Okay! With that out of the way, there are new chromium packages for Fedora 11 & 12 available here.
You may be asking, what about Fedora 10
A) Figure out some way to make a libicu42 package for chromium to use and link against but which won't conflict with the Fedora system libicu
B) Generate a new source package just for Fedora 11 which has the bundled copy of libicu and uses it instead of the system bits (which I really do not want to do)
C) Not build for Fedora 11
So, for the moment, I'm sitting in C, because I really have very very little free time. If a kind soul wanted to help generate a libicu42 package (that doesn't conflict), I would be able to get Fedora 11 going again. Otherwise, you can be patient and wait for me to get around to having the time to do it myself. :)
ADDENDUM: If you emailed/dented/twittered/irc'd me asking what was going on, and didn't get a response, I'm sorry. Please don't take it personally. The above statement is all I can say on this topic, and I haven't been able to even say that much until just now.
ADDENDUM 2: Thanks to Alex Butcher for providing libicu42 packages which do not conflict, Fedora 11 chromium packages are back now too.