I have now used Wave for one day

I have been very pleased with how the production Wave system worked the first day.

Compared to the sandbox I enjoy working in the production system. It is nice to start it an almost empty mailbox, where you can start from. When you have said what you want you can archive the waves, and they will not pop in to you inbox.

I have had three (I’m a big shot) conversations with different peers in the wave system. It was easy and fast to communicate with them. The wave popped into my inbox, when somebody had any comments.

It would be nice to know if your peers was online, so you knew if the where able to respond. Or that you got a popup from the Google Talk gadget when a new wave was created for you.

There are some incoming waves that I have no reason to be a part of. I don’t know why these messages come into my inbox. It seem a kind of random. Is this the spam we will see in Wave. I don’t think anybody has created spam bots yet, thought it would be fairly easy to make.

I had a problem with my WP-BOT, which created a blog with the wave. The blog wp-bot.masteringwave.com uses the Wavr plugin. This plugin had hardcoded the some sources from the wave sandbox, because it nobody knew how it would be. I have created a but report on it.

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Daniel Graversen

Founder of masteringwave.com and SAP Integration consultant at figaf.com

4 thoughts on “I have now used Wave for one day”

  1. Posted this in the post below, reposting here.

    Do you think you could send me an invite? I’m an artist, and I’d love to use google wave’s image upload to share pictures a lot faster.

    Thanks in advance.

  2. Hej
    Nu har jeg stort set nonstop siden den 30. sep. prøvet at på fingrene i en wave invite, uden held 🙁
    Så nu prøver jeg at spørge rigtig pænt til en anden dansker 🙂
    Må jeg ikke be’om en wave invite 😛

    Mvh Martin Dilling

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