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Hi, :-)

On Fri, Nov 12, 2010 at 19:56, Michael Wheatland
<> wrote:
A 'Wave' is an open source federated communication protocol. In
'non-geeklish' we can install a wave server on our server and use
either a web based client or desktop clients to access the server.
This is a great idea. I will float the idea in the website mailing
list and see what kind of response I get.

Actually, Michael, I feel that TDF could actually lighten its workload
quite a bit by relying on outside services from robust sources such as
Google for quite a few things, and would then be able to focus its
efforts on deploying and maintaining those things for which it really
feels the effort is worthwhile, such as the blog and the wiki. Google
Apps provides Wave - and lots of other useful collaboration
facilities. Why re-invent the wheel?

0.2 cents. ;-)

David Nelson

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