Google Wave: Everyone can host their own experimetal Google Wave Server

Back in May, when Google Wave first made its debut on the stage of the Google I/O conference, we chronicled what we believed to be the top 6 game-changing features of Google Wave.

While we discussed some big ones such as Wave extensions and its wiki-like interface, the feature that we said “may be the most important aspect of Google Wave (Google Wave)” was its open-source nature.

Not only did Google (Google) promise to let developers improve the code, but they promised federation for Wave, meaning that anyone could take the Wave code and run their own private or public wave server. Today, Google took the first step towards the full federation of its real-time communication platform by announcing that the developer sandbox version of Google Wave is open for experimental federation.








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