An engineering optimization project that Google’s engineers were planning to do for the company’s search product crashed and killed the project, according to the team that did it.
According to the company, the project was meant to be a way to improve the Google search engine’s performance by using techniques like optimizing the algorithms used by its users.
It was a small part of Google’s overall effort to make the search engine more efficient and to make it more attractive for people to use.
The project was supposed to take about six months, and was supposed be complete by the end of 2017, Google told Business Insider.
It’s unclear when the project will be completed, but Google said it would not comment on the project’s fate.
Google engineers are still working to fix the crash, and are looking for ways to make sure the Google Search engine is ready to run again.