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From "Bruno Gonzalez (aka stenyak)" <sten...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Frequent turbulence bugs resolved with updated client server protocol patch
Date Mon, 22 Jul 2013 11:21:11 GMT
I've drafted a modification of the "Wave Servers" page, and would like
feedback. Here's how the new text could look like (headers stripped):
For reference, the current version is here:
https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/wave/site/trunk/content/wave/demo-servers.mdtext


#Mostly vanilla Wave In A Box servers:
Several members of the Apache Wave community have graciously set up
Wave in a Box servers to show the
progress of the project and to allow the internet at large to
experience wave.  Please keep in mind that these
servers are maintained in people spare time.  Also note that we try to
keep them fairly up to date and running
the latest code.  As such there might be bleeding edge functionality
with varying degrees of stability.

* [http://waveinabox.net](http://waveinabox.net)
* [http://wave.macfadden.org](http://wave.macfadden.org)


#Heavily modified Wave In A Box servers:
A number of third parties provide services using heavily modified
versions of Wave In A Box. As such, they
don't necessarily represent the same experience that a regular Wave In
A Box service would provide.

* [http://wiab.pro](http://wiab.pro) (free to use)
* [http://www.co-meeting.com/en](http://www.co-meeting.com) (free to use)
* [http://kune.cc](http://kune.cc/#!kune.docs.12.9) (free to use)


#Servers independent from Wave In A Box:
These services share some concepts with Apache Wave, but are otherwise
completely unrelated to this project.
They are mentioned merely for informational purposes.

* [https://rizzoma.com](https://rizzoma.com) (free for non-commercial
use, monthly fee for commercial use)


On Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 1:49 PM, Bruno Gonzalez (aka stenyak)
<stenyak@gmail.com> wrote:
> Many projects websites (and unix man pages) have sections with "See
> also"/Related/Alternatives references. So even if wiab.pro is not a
> vanilla wiab server (and even if rizzoma is not based on wiab code, or
> sharejs, or kune, or whatever) we can still list them somewhere. We
> simply have to make it clear what their relation to Apache Wave is.
>
> Anything that raises awareness of wave and wave-like implementations
> sounds good to me.
>
> --
> Regards/Saludos,
>      Bruno Gonzalez
>
> http://www.stenyak.com | stenyak @ irc://irc.freenode.net



--
Regards/Saludos,
     Bruno Gonzalez

http://www.stenyak.com | stenyak @ irc://irc.freenode.net

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