This Google Wave looks promising

by Volker Weber


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So some are still using google wave... ;-)

Michael Bourak, 2010-05-19

And you still can't do such simple things as permanently deleting a wave, for example. #no-go :-(

Christian Heindel, 2010-05-19

Novell Pulse looks even promisinger

Dan Sickles, 2010-05-20

Christian, you can not delete a Wave, the same way you can not delete a file from a versioning system or document storage. In collaboritive software, deletion is a bad idea because you are not the only user.

Considering that storage is cheap and Wave probably has a feature to show most recent objects before irrelevant old data, it is actually a benefit.

It takes some time to get used to this way of thinking, but it's the way to go.

Timo Stamm, 2010-05-20

What I find promising is replay. Consider disconnected or low bandwidth use cases, such as a ship coming in and out of satellite range. Or Doctors without Borders collaborating in catch-up mode.

Cool stuff.

Rob Novak, 2010-06-08

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