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Wave Extensions Gallery
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Simplifying wave extension distribution for developers and users.
Simplifying wave extension distribution for developers and users.

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In June, Google introduced the world to #MaterialDesign, a new visual style for modern applications.  Today the +Wave Extensions Gallery is being refreshed with a new Material theme, and it looks better than ever!  Try it out at waveextensions.org.
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In June, Google introduced the world to #MaterialDesign, a new visual style for modern applications.  Today the +Wave Extensions Gallery is being refreshed with a new Material theme, and it looks better than ever!  Try it out at waveextensions.org.
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I am considering giving the +Wave Extensions Gallery a #MaterialDesign makeover.  Thoughts?

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Five years ago today, +Lars Rasmussen introduced the world to his vision for an Internet of live communication and collaboration.  Happy birthday, Wave!

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A replacement has been created for the Yes/No/Maybe gadget that Google killed.  Please use this new Yes/No/Maybe gadget in the future.

The +Wave Watchers+Rizzoma.com team, and I are in touch with some Googlers to try to bring the old gadget back online temporarily, but do not expect it to continue functioning.

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A replacement has been created for the Yes/No/Maybe gadget that Google killed.  Please use this new Yes/No/Maybe gadget in the future.

The +Wave Watchers+Rizzoma.com team, and I are in touch with some Googlers to try to bring the old gadget back online temporarily, but do not expect it to continue functioning.

As of yesterday, it seems Google has killed the Yes/No/Maybe gadget.  It has disappeared from all waves in which it was used.  A replacement will be available soon.  No one from Google has commented on the matter.

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Wave:Forward Episode 1 - Inside Apache Wave - And Beyond

Whoa, what a great On-Air Hangout that was! Thanks to +Alfredo Abambres of +Wave Watchers for organizing this excellent On-Air Hangout, in which some of the leading minds of today's Wave development community discussed the upcoming release of Apache Wave 0.4 and the future of Wave development. There are exciting ideas in play for Wave, and I invite developers to learn about how Apache Wave and other platforms are the starting point for a new era of Wave-based communications and collaboration. BTW, apologies for the initial "dead air," we had some initial production issues that got cleared up quickly, show begins in earnest at the 2:44 mark. Alfredo, thanks so much for running the show!

Special thanks to +Ali Lown of the Apache Wave development team committer, +Christian Grobmeier, an Apache Wave community mentor, +Joseph Gentle, originally a Google Wave team member who has gone on to contribute to Wave and Wave-like platforms such as +Rizzoma.com. Your contributions provided an important framework for showing people how an open source Wave can be a platform for product development. And special thanks also to Wave Watchers +Luciano Santa Brígida and +Zachary Yaro who helped a great deal in the behind-the-scenes preparations for this Hangout and who kept questions coming in during the event. And thanks also to +Jérémy Naegel, another original Wave Watcher who was able to join us later in the event to make important contributions.

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It is WEG app launch day!  The WEG app for Windows 8 made it through certification, and it is now launching alongside a new Chrome app, which can provide quick access to the WEG from your new tab page or Chrome app launcher.

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Chrome app - goo.gl/5Vj3B
Windows 8 app - goo.gl/Y7Sx3

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Forgot to post this to Wavers yesterday.
Wave Extensions Gallery 1.0

After several months of development, I am officially declaring the +Wave Extensions Gallery ready for release.  What better day to do this than on Google Wave's fourth birthday?  This announcement comes with a few birthday gifts:

First, the gallery now has a new home at waveextensions.org.  All old links will still work, but now you can make them as much as 25% shorter!

Second, the WEG, up to this point, has been developed entirely by me (+Zachary Yaro).  As of today, I am encouraging other developers to join the project.  I am proud of what I have today, but I know there is plenty of room for improvement, so I gladly welcome other developers' contributions.  As always, the code is all available at github.com/zmyaro/wave-extensions-gallery.

Finally, I am happy to announce the Wave Extensions Gallery app for Windows 8.  In addition to being able to integrate with Windows 8 features, such as charms, you can snap the app side-by-side with your wave client and copy gadget URLs over with a couple click/taps.  As soon as Microsoft approves it, you can download it from goo.gl/Y7Sx3.

Thank you to everyone who has supported wave extensions and the growth of the WEG over the past several months, including the +Wave Watchers and the Apache Wave, +Rizzoma.com, and Kune dev teams.  Thank you to the Google Wave team for kicking off this revolution four years ago.  Finally, thank you to all the developers out there who helped fill the gallery with extensions.  I cannot wait to see what you build next.

#Wave #GoogleWave #extensions #launch
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