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    News - Google resurrects Wave as an open-source project

    Code handed over to Apache foundation for community to continue development.
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    Re: News - Google resurrects Wave as an open-source project

    It failed because it was invite only. All they needed to do was open the doors.

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    Re: News - Google resurrects Wave as an open-source project

    I disagree. It failed because nobody really knew what it was trying to be, least of all Google.


    How long was GMail invite only?

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