Google Wave

It’s been quite a whirlwind since we demonstrated Google Wave at Google I/O and began giving developers access to a preview on the Google Wave Sandbox. We really appreciate the excitement and enthusiasm from the developer community for the Google Wave API.

Thus far, we’ve given sandbox access to about 5,800 attendees of Google I/O, the Google Developers Days in China, Japan, and Brazil, and various other events. We have also started activating the more than 20,000 requests submitted on the Google Wave Sandbox Request Form. If you haven’t sent in your request, please take a moment to do so.

We are gradually ramping up capacity on the sandbox, and expect to finish activating all 20,000 requests within the next month. We’ll start with those that indicated high “pain tolerance” on the form and are planning large projects, but otherwise using a first come, first served basis.

Finally, a reminder about office hours: each week the Wave engineering team provides live Q&A for all questions relating to the Wave APIs (robots, gadgets, and embed). To cater to developers around the world, we now alternate between 2 time slots every other Wednesdays:

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