Dr. C. Scott Ananian (cananian) wrote,
Dr. C. Scott Ananian
cananian

Sugar waves: time to get started!

While I was abroad, it seems that Google released their wave server/federation code. So you can now get started tackling some of the projects I outlined in my previous post on Waves and Sugar: getting a basic federation server running on the school server and/or writing a server running locally on the XO which exports the content of the Journal/filesystem for collaboration. I'm hoping someone other than me thinks this is an exciting idea, and runs with it!
Tags: google, google wave, journal, journal2, olpc, sugar
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