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Python Google Wave Server - Pygowave

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Python Google Wave Server - Pygowave

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Some people have gotten tired of waiting for Google to release their Wave reference server implementation, so one man took it upon himself to create a Google Wave server.  Pygowave is now the main scene for Google Wave developers as it moves forward at a steady rate.  Pygowave uses Django the Python framework as its server backbone which will attract the open source community.  Currently Pygowave server is still in the alpha stage but it is stable enough to play around with.  Developers are already tinkering with Pygowave by creating all sorts of widgets from games to email clients.

The Pygowave requirements are:

 

One of the most interesting by-products of Pygowave is PyCow.  PyCow takes Python code and translates it into JavaScript; it does this by wrapping a Python module into a namespace then outputing JavaScript.  Currently PyCow can only translate bits and pieces of Python code and cannot handle user input.

Here is a video overview of Pygowave.

If you’re interested in tinkering with Pygowave or just want to check out the community widgets you can do so by going to the Pygowave site.

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