Google Wave Announced to Start Rolling with Initial 100000 Invitations
Google wave, The most ambitious projects we have ever seen in online industry. As you know that Google wave was started as a side project in Google’s Sydney, Australia offices, and today it becomes one of the most potential projects in online community. The countdown starts back in may in Google I/O where Google’s VP of engineering Vic Gundotra devoted the entire keynote session. In Google I/O, they have shared various features, application, and advantages of Google wave.
Today, Google have announced at their official blog that “on September 30 we’ll be sending out more than 100,000 invitations to preview Google Wave to:
- Developers who have been active in the developer preview we started back in June
- The first users who signed up and offered to give feedback on wave.google.com
- Select customers of Google Apps
This is not a public launch, but Google will send the invitation to the above group and the people who have registered earlier. Here I have cited a paragraph from Google blog:
we believe you will find that Google Wave has the potential for making you more productive when communicating and collaborating. Even when you’re just having fun! We use it ourselves everyday for everything from planning pub crawls to sharing photos, managing release processes and debating features to writing design documents. In fact, we collaborated on this very blog post with several colleagues in Google Wave.
I am very excited with this announcement as I have already registered with Google wave earlier in may and waiting for being a part of those first 1,00,000 lucky users.
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