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From Bernd Fondermann <>
Subject Re: Google Wave - anyone?
Date Thu, 30 Jul 2009 11:50:22 GMT
On Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 13:30, Christian Grobmeier<> wrote:
>> Yes, Wookie is a server-side Widget repository and runtime/state management
>> application that implements the Google Wave Gadget APIs; it has an API for
>> connecting to applications that manage participants and contexts, which can
>> include waves but also traditional CMS and intranet groups etc. So it could
>> plug into a Wave Server (c) to handle the gadget management task.
> How complicated would it be to extend Vysper to a Wave Server?

As I tried to outline before: The "Google Wave protocol", as a XMPP
extension, should be relatively easy to implement.
We have Message-type stanzas and we are working on the PubSub
extension right now, which is needed by the GW-XEP.

Implementing the 'rest' of the Wave Provider/Wave Server is a bit more
sophisticated job and does not require XMPP Know-How.


> I am
> not deep into Jabber but I think Googles Wave might be one of the next
> (big) cool things. I am willing to learn and help if other people are
> interested.

you'll find us on see you there...

> Is it possible to build some kind of wave client build on top of wookie?
> Btw, it feels that wookie is quite similar to Apache Shindig - is it?

>From the Wookie Proposal:
"For example, it[the Wookie engine] leverages Apache Shindig
(Incubating) to render OpenSocial gadgets."


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