We update the list regularly. The descriptions of the newest robots and gadgets added to this list can be found on our homepage and also in categories Gadgets, Robots and Emulators. So, don’t miss any new Google Wave extension and grab our RSS!
Non-Google Wave ServersYES, the first one is here!
- PyGoWave Server – No access to the Google Wave Sandbox, yet? Check this server!
Google Wave extensions
Jabberwacky – Wish – A clever chatbot.
Ogenex – email@example.com – An implementation of the Eliza chatbot borrowed from the NLTK.
Eliza the Robot Shrink - firstname.lastname@example.org – Is one of the first robots that was created by non Googler and is very useful if you are feeling alone in your Google Wave client.
Notatory - email@example.com – An obnoxious chatbot borrowed from the Natural Language Processing Toolkit.
TooAngel Wave firstname.lastname@example.org – A self learning robot, that will respond to a reply in a more humanoid way
Bold-ee email@example.com Will automatically convert any specially tagged phrases into a contextually relevant image. There is a similar robot called pick-ee where can choose from a collection of images to best represent each phrase.
BotURL firstname.lastname@example.org – A URL Linker that replaces full URLs with hyperlinks.
Calcbot – email@example.com – This bot will do in place calculations for simple mathematical expressions and allow you to use user defined variables.
Cartoony – firstname.lastname@example.org – Replaces the text of every submitted blip with a cartoon balloon that contains the text instead. Colors the balloons based on username.
CleanTXT – email@example.com – Cleans up blips by converting TXT shorts/common misspellings; adding capitals and removing empty blips.
Comic-Sans-Killer – firstname.lastname@example.org – Removes and prevents Comic Sans formatting from any Wave.
Dice Bot – email@example.com – Dice-rolling bot. Dice Bot will replace XdY (X is the number of dice; Y is the number of sides) with the results of those rolls.
Flippy – firstname.lastname@example.org – Turns text upside-down.
Fnordlinky – email@example.com – Replaces “PMID <number>” with article information from PubMed.
Hearty – firstname.lastname@example.org – Replaces ASCII art with wingding characters.
i-cron – email@example.com – Evaluates Python expressions. Looks at blips in event, searches for CALC() macros and executes Python code using exec().
Insulty – firstname.lastname@example.org – Information Needed
IPA Bot - email@example.com – Changes normal letters into special characters used for phonetics.
Magic Card Linker – firstname.lastname@example.org – Will take any Magic card name listed between [c] and [/c] tags and autolink it to that card’s Gatherer page, such as in [c]Wrath of God[/c].
Pick-ee – email@example.com – Will convert any specially tagged phrases into a contextually relevant image. User can choose from a collection of images to best represent each phrase. There is a similar robot called bold-ee that will automatically select the relevant image.
Picsinwave – firstname.lastname@example.org – Replaces image URL in blip with that image.
Piratify – email@example.com – Turns whatever you type into “Pirate Speak” .. Arrrr.
Plotzie – firstname.lastname@example.org – Plots sparklines from your data.
ProfanoBeepy – In Progress – email@example.com – Replaces profanities with a censored version with ***’s blanking out the letters.
Quranwave – firstname.lastname@example.org – QuranWave is a Google Wave Holy Quran robot that search the surah and aya of user’s blip and display the corresponding Quran gadget. An English or Indonesian translation is displayed as well.The gadget can also recite the ayahs displayed.
Rob Shrink – email@example.com – This bot replaces long urls (>24 chars) with a tinyurl.
Shortee – Wish – Change “c u l8r” to “see you later” etc.
Swedish Chef – firstname.lastname@example.org – Changes english into Swedish-Chef Speak. Bork! Bork!
Talk-Like-A-Pirate! – email@example.com – Translates your blips into pirate lingo! YARRR!
Watexy – firstname.lastname@example.org – Use LaTeX mathematical language in your Waves!
WaveAlpha – email@example.com – It empowers the user with the ability to query Wolfram Alpha’s Computational Knowledge Search Engine right from a “wavelet” and retrieve the results right into the “blip”.
Wavefortune – firstname.lastname@example.org – Inserts random fortunes from the unix utility. Provides several libraries and a search function.
Wikify – email@example.com – Replaces specific marked up text with a link to Wikipedia or a description relevant to the marked text.
Hangman bot – firstname.lastname@example.org – Play Hangman.
Random Lee – email@example.com – This is a dice rolling robot with a focus on providing “inline” dice rolling for several popular Roleplaying Game systems. Using one of the dice codes described on the home page for the bot, just enter a dice roll into the blip and it will be processed and the result inserted in the blip.
Roshambo Robot - firstname.lastname@example.org – Play Roshambo (Rock / Paper / Scissors).
Speedy – Wish – Track the words per minute of all participants, competitive typing!
Groupy – email@example.com – Robot to manage groups.
Groupy – firstname.lastname@example.org – Robot to manage groups.
Wavedirectory.net – email@example.com – Posts your wave to the directory of public waves at wavedirectory.net and adds a voting gadget that permits your wave participants to rate your content.
WaveGroupy - firstname.lastname@example.org – The bot automatically adds a group widget, which you can use to browse the neighbourhood, and add/remove your wave to groups.
Drop.io Robot – email@example.com – Creates a drop and puts the info into the wave whenever the robot is added as a participant.
Emaily Robot – In Progress – firstname.lastname@example.org - The goal is to allow send and receive emails in Google Wave.
Leprobot – In Progress – email@example.com - This is humor bot developed for thousands of members Leprosorium.ru site. This is very creative invite-only community. Russian description: Бот эмулирует работу парсера который используется внутри сайта Leprosorium.ru
Link-Easy Robot – firstname.lastname@example.org – Multifunctional robot with optional panel and live easycode to perform with. like make-public, emoticon, sweepy-empty, lock-title, insert gadget … etc. OpenAustrailia – In Progress – A robot to allow interaction with the OpenAustralia web site.
PlonieBot – In Progress – email@example.com - Brings wave document editing capabilities to the Plone
CMS Poppy – In Progress - firstname.lastname@example.org - Helps bridge Google Wave conversations to email users outside the Wave.
Rssybot – email@example.com - Turn google wave into an RSS reader! Add Rssybot to a thread, then enter the URL to the RSS feed you want watch and press subscribe. When a new post appears on the feed Rssybot will put it into the wave for you! Clicking on the post will expand the feed.
Starify Bot – firstname.lastname@example.org - Lets you star waves, in sort of bookmarking style.
Tweety the Twitbot – email@example.com - You can access your Twitter account.
TweetWave – firstname.lastname@example.org – TweetWave is wave bot which integrates with twitter API’s to get latest tweets. You can Update your status and reply to any user. Unlike Tweety the twitbot all the tweets are sorted.
Twiliobot – email@example.com – Transforms phone numbers into click-to-call links. If user clicks a link, a call is placed to his phone and to the number in the link. The call can be transcribed and inserted into the wave as text with a link to the audio.
WaveEmail - In Progress – firstname.lastname@example.org – Provide an extension to Google Wave which will allow the integration of both sending and receiving emails.
Wavepedia bot – In Progress – email@example.com – Wavepedia is a Wikipedia to Google Wave gateway bot.
Wave Live Messenger – firstname.lastname@example.org – Allows you to chat to your windows live messenger contacts from inside a wave.
Aunt Rosie - email@example.com - Aunt Rosie will automatically insert a language drop down into your blip when you’ve typed enough for her to recognize your language. Select the language you’d like to translate to and she’ll reply with the translation.
Kanjistroke – firstname.lastname@example.org - This robot provides animated stroke order diagrams for Japanese Kanji characters, a useful tool for those learning Japanese.
Multi Lingual Bot – email@example.com - This bot will translate conversation into some language that have been registered by participants in a wave. The bot depends on Google Translate API for python. PhilBot – Wish – A suggested solution to the problem of waves with languages you can’t read.
Rosy Etta – firstname.lastname@example.org - Translator (40 Languages).
Wavedict – email@example.com – WaveDict is a simple robot that grabs definitions for Japanese words from http://dic.yahoo.co.jp.
Polly the Pollster – firstname.lastname@example.org – Poll Bot.
Search / Aggregation clisearch – email@example.com – Allows you to have an organized dialog between user and search engine. The key feature is produce ready information instead big number of links. Algorithm of work is: user input request and get the relevant information (not more than some sentence) as an answer.
Dr. Maps – firstname.lastname@example.org - Updates a wave by inserting a map associated to an address.
DrWeather – email@example.com - Gives the weather for a City
WaveSearch - firstname.lastname@example.org – Web and Image searches inline.
FML Blipper – email@example.com - displays random FML story from www.fmylife.com
Grauniady – firstname.lastname@example.org – Searches the latest items from The Guardian for a given phrase.
Stocky-wave – email@example.com – Detects stock symbols from a wave and updates it with the live stock price.
WaveArchive – firstname.lastname@example.org - WaveArchive is a publicly browsable, web-based archive of selected public waves. Inviting WaveArchive to your public wave will take the latest version of the first blip.
Wavelinker – email@example.com - Robot that auto links to first google results. MUST install Wave Linker gadget in order for it to work.
Wavethingy – firstname.lastname@example.org - Searches Amazon for DVDs and books, and gives the author a cut of any purchases made off the links.
WaveVotely – email@example.com - The robot will automatically embed the voting gadget at the top of your wave; and from hereon, every wave user can cast one +/- vote on your wave.
Yelpful – firstname.lastname@example.org - Searches Yelp with a user defined location and category.
AmazonBot – email@example.com - Enables social product research and shopping on Amazon.com. Wave participants can share products & reviews with contacts in real-time thanks to automatic queries by the AmazonBot against conversation keywords. The AmazonBot gadget can detect products and return inline product links or a custom full product browser.
AmazonMP3Bot – firstname.lastname@example.org - Enables social mp3 music research and shopping on Amazon.com.
Anti-Public Bot – In Progress – email@example.com - Anti-Public, is a simple bot proyect to avoid insertion of public robots in your wave.The main intencion is, that this bot autodetect when a public robot is included into a wave and will be kicked out immediately, so the new robot can’t make it public.
Appropriate Casey – In Progress – firstname.lastname@example.org – Appropriate Casey prevents yelling in a Wave by down-casing. So, for example “I’M NOT YELLING!!!” will get converted to “I’m not yelling.”
Awesome Emoticons – email@example.com – A robot to use custom emoticons. Based on brazilian most used custom emoticons.
Bloggy – firstname.lastname@example.org - Will make the wave public when Bloggy is added to a wave, and embed the wave at http://blog-wave.appspot.com/[username] ONLY WORKS IN DEVELOPER SANDOX
Bit.ly Bot – email@example.com - Shortens the url using bitly. Botty – Wish – Will automatically add a set of useful bots to a wave according to a collection of bots (so they don’t have to individually be added when you use them all the time.
Chart-bot – firstname.lastname@example.org - A robot to display charts and diagrams.
CountColon – email@example.com - Adds text statistics to your blips (words, lines, etc.)
CompanionSphere – firstname.lastname@example.org - Collection of geek utils, first working verb is “lookup” for wikipedia/wiktionary one-line descriptions. Databot – Wish – Will start as soon as the GData interface is published.
Deciwave – email@example.com - Place the sharing URL from: Jamendo, GoEar, or The Sixty One, and the song will be embedded automatically.
Emoticony – firstname.lastname@example.org - Replaces text representations of emoticons with the relevant image.
Jbreakout bot – email@example.com - Debug utility that reports event triggers.
Madoqua Wave Bot – firstname.lastname@example.org - Currently this bot provides temporary wave ID’s and a clone of the Embeddy gadget to ease embedding of waves into web blog/sites. Soon this functionality will be superceded by the Embeddy bot when it is updated.
Maison - email@example.com - Makes blips public at http://maison.appspot.com.
Mathy – firstname.lastname@example.org - Mathy listens conversation and as soon as it find mathematical equation, it calculates it’s result and add into the wave. Must include “=” after math problem.
Multi – email@example.com – A quote collector. Reply a blip you want to quote with ‘quote this’ and randomly display a quote with ‘quote <firstname.lastname@example.org>’. The bot is still being under development but you can try playing with it.
Natural Language Processing – email@example.com - Adds blips with NLP analysis.
Nokar - firstname.lastname@example.org - Has many features such as translations, image insertion, insert last tweets etc.
Posterous-robot - email@example.com – A robot for posterous.com user to post blog in Google Wave. Here is how to write a blog using Google Wave Robot for Posterous.
Publisher – firstname.lastname@example.org - Information Needed
Qrdatabot - email@example.com – QrdataBot will insert a QRcode image generated for each link in the wave. Just type any link and click “DONE”. The QRcode image for all links will appear in the wave !!
Skimmy – firstname.lastname@example.org - Converts text emoticons, from : ) to img. Has a bookmarklet which creates a popup menu to insert emoticons for which the code is unknown.
Smiley – email@example.com - Changes the smiley symbols to smiley images.
Smiley – In Progress – firstname.lastname@example.org – Changes the smiley symbols to smiley images.
Style Chart – email@example.com – Inserts a chart into a wave.
Tagdef – firstname.lastname@example.org - The Tagdef robot explains the meaning of hashtags in your waves. It looks for hashtags ( words with # in front of them, e.g. #tag) in your blips, looks up the meaning of these tags at http://tagdef.com, and replies to the wave with the meaning of the tag.
XMPP – email@example.com - Allows you to subscribe to waves so that your receive notifications via XMPP when users modify them.
Bouncy – firstname.lastname@example.org - Allows you to remove robots from a wave. Doesn’t seem to work on real people though, and laughs if you try to ask it to kick itself out. To get it to kick a bot out, type “bounce:email@example.com” Linear – Wish – Enforce all replies to be to the main wave. If a user replies to a reply, remove it and place it as a reply to the main wavelet.
Mywaveid – firstname.lastname@example.org - Upon being added, adds a blip at the end of the wave, with the current wave’s ID in 2 formats: googlewave.com!w+… for using as a link inside waves; as a normal full url to use in blogs, etc.
Read-Onlie - email@example.com – Records the original wave content. Whenever it’s edited, the content is replaced with the original. Simple as that.
SeekDroid – firstname.lastname@example.org – You can list Robots, add them and find them out, easy to use. In continuous development. Website with all the information seekdroid.appspot.com.
Sweepy – email@example.com – Remove empty, whitespace-only blips.
Taggy – firstname.lastname@example.org - Recognize #hashtags and add them as tags to the wave.
TOC Generator – email@example.com – Table of Contents auto-generated and updated based on the h1,h2,h3,h4 in a wave.
Wavelet-title-bot – firstname.lastname@example.org – Changes waves title’s to “New Title” works most of the time on those waves that cannot get their title back.
Twitusernames - email@example.com – Replaces all Twitter @username with links to the Twitter accounts.
(To use gadgets, once editing a blip, just click on the green puzzle piece, and enter the url into the bottom text box)
Utilities 6rounds – http://st.6rounds.com/wave/widget2.xml – A collaborative video chat experience where you can share videos, play games, browse together and more!
Ajax Animator Gadget – In Progress – http://antimatter15.com/ajaxanimator/wave/manifest.xml – A fully integrated multi-user web based vector graphic animation authoring environment.
AmazonBot Gadget – http://amazon-withwaves-com.appspot.com/gadgets/AmazonProductList.xml – The AmazonBot gadget can detect products and return inline product links or a custom full product browser.
AmazonMP3Bot Gadget - http://gadgets.withwaves.com/installer/amazonmp3/manifest.xml – Enables social mp3 music research and shopping on Amazon.com.
Approver - http://cleantxt.appspot.com/gadget/approver.xml – http://cleantxt.appspot.com/extension/approver.xml – Allows people to give a thumbs up or thumbs down to anything you add it after. Shows the overall score with your vote and allows you to change it later.
Bidder - http://wave-api.appspot.com/public/gadgets/bidder.xml – Simple Auction. Checky – http://wave-gadgets.appspot.com/checky.xml – Basecamp-like checklists with drag-and-drop.
ClackPoint Wave Gadget - http://files.clackpoint.com/plugins/wave.xml – http://files.clackpoint.com/plugins/wave-extension-manifest.xm – Enables you to add audio-conferencing to your waves with a single click. Each wave with the ClackPoint gadget installed has its own private audio-conference, with participation available directly through the browser using our Flash 10 plugin, or via telephone using the provided code. Non-Wave participants can also be included by using the phone and sharing a participant code.
Click me - http://wave-api.appspot.com/public/gadgets/hellowave.xml – Shows a button with a counter. Each time the button gets clicked, the counter is incremented by one. Shows off how the state interaction works.
Fighty - In Progress – http://www.savevsgeek.com/fighty.php?id=xxx – Fighty is a battlemap gadget for Google Wave, intended for using Wave for gaming.Here’s what it does:* Takes a custom map from maplib.net* Presents that in a wave* Allows users to pan and zoom, synced with that gadget instance.* Allows users to add, and move markers HTML- http://wave-ide.appspot.com/html.xml – http://wave-ide.appspot.com/html-ext.xml – Embed any HTML into a wave.
iAdSense – http://iadsense.alexandre-gomes.com/igoogle/Gadget.aspx A little gadget allowing people to view or share AdSense earnings data. It even creates a chart with the past earnings. Must sign in to use. iframe – http://wave-ide.appspot.com/iframe.xml – http://wave-ide.appspot.com/iframe-ext.xml – Embed any web page (as <iframe>) into a wave.
iWave – http://gadget.wave.to/iWave/iWave.xml – Allows you to create a profile on wave to make wave just a little more personal. Uses facebook connect to retrieve your details if you sign in.
Licensing – In Progress – http://wave-license.appspot.com/license_gadget.xml – Creative Commons RDF Embedding – Planning Stage.
Likey - http://www.nebweb.com.au/wave/likey.xml – A simple like/dislike gadget that can be added to a blip for intuitive user rating. It tells you how many people have liked, how many have disliked, and what you selected. You can also change your selection
Lunchy – http://gadgets.thewavedev.com/lunchy/lunchy.xml – Lunchy attempts to streamline the eat-out process for your lunch group by allowing you to vote up or down different eateries, indicate who is in or out, and assist with the decision of the final eating venue.
Map Gadget – http://hosting.gmodules.com/ig/gadgets/file/101415471413908368316/mappy.xml – http://google-wave-resources.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/samples/extensions/gadgets/mappy/installer.xml – Lets users edit a map together, adding markers and polys with titles and descriptions. Users can also search for addresses and businesses and add those.
Mind Map - http://cactus-wave.appspot.com/net.brucecooper.mindmapgadget.MindMapGadget/net.brucecooper.mindmapgadget.client.MindMapGadget.gadget.xml – http://cactus-wave.appspot.com/mindmap.xml – Allows collaborative editing of a shared MindMap, using the wave’s state to store information. Supports Drag & Drop, Import & Export, Icons and voting.
My Tweet on a Wave - http://haru1ban-wave.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/twitter/twitter.xml – http://haru1ban-wave.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/twitter/manifest.xml – A gadget to collaboratively browse twitter streams.
Napkin - http://my-wave-gadgets.appspot.com/wave/NapkinGadget.xml – Adds the ability to do quick “back of a napkin” sketches to a wave – collaborative doodling!
Nimbb Gadget – http://service.nimbb.com/GoogleWave/Nimbb.xml – http://service.nimbb.com/GoogleWave/installer.xml – Quickly record a video using a webcam and share it with all participants. Great to share thoughts easily.
Pinwand Gadget – http://michael-hielscher.de/PinwandWeb/PinwandGadget.xml – http://michael-hielscher.de/PinwandWeb/PinwandGadgetInstall.xml – With this gadget you can add a real time pinboard to your wave. Everybody can add messages to the board or give comments. The person who created the board becomes the administrator who can setup the board. For example this person can delete messages, turn off the pinboard so nobody else can add messages anymore and many more.
Plany - http://secowela.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/Web/Gadget2/hello.xml – Plany is a wave gadget for collaboratively creating a project plan and to keep track of project progress.
Poll – http://ew-wave.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/gadgets/poll/poll.xml – http://ew-wave.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/gadgets/poll/extension.xml – Poll wave participants for their opinion.
Pollo - http://wavepollo.appspot.com/wavepollo/com.appspot.wavepollo.client.PolloWaveGadget.gadget.xml – http://wavepollo.appspot.com/wavepollo/com.appspot.wavepollo.client.PolloWaveGadget.gadget.xml – Pollo is a simple gadget for single and multi vote polls in Google Wave.
QuakeBot – In Progress – Server information on the Quake 3 protocol.
Raffly – http://raffly.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/sandbox/raffly-xml1/raffly.xml – Insert this gadget to select a random participant from your wave to be the winner. The winner of what? Well that’s up to you
Ratings - http://google-wave-resources.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/samples/extensions/gadgets/ratings/ratings.xml – Lets participants rate and review a topic (movie, restaurant, etc) in a wave and shows a tally of the result.
Ribbit Conference Gadget – http://ribbitwave.appspot.com/gadgets/ribbitConferGadget.xml – Allows Wave participants to escalate an online collaboration session to a real-time audio communications session, allowing participants to talk with each other while collaborating.
Slashdot Gadget – http://www.m1cr0sux0r.com/slashdot.xml – Loads latest Headlines from Slashdot.
Roster List Gadget - http://code.google.com/p/wave-roster-list/ – http://wave-roster-list.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/rosterlist.xml – http://wave-roster-list.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/installer.xml – Roster List allows you to quickly search through participants of the current wave.
Rssybot – http://www.wave.to/botinstaller/rssybot_bot_installer.xml – Rssybot Gadget Installer will add it to your new wave menu. Selecting Rssybot will create a new wave with Rssybot and you. Enter the URL to the RSS feed you want watch and press subscribe. When a new post appears on the feed Rssybot will put it into the wave for you! Clicking on the post will expand the feed.
ShareWave - In Progress – See the documents, tasks etc. of a SharePoint Team Site as a Google Wave. You can mark a task as done in Google Wave or use the Nintex LazyApproval message. Total number of seconds spent by everyone while reading a wave – http://www.razorcam.com/seconds_dyn.xml – Shows the total number of seconds everyone spent reading the wave. The counter goes faster when several people read it at the same time.
Troco - An experimental peer-to-peer currency - http://troco.ourproject.org/gadget/org.ourproject.troco.client.TrocoWaveGadget.gadget.xml – Aims to provide a decentralized complementary community currency system, that is, a peer-to-peer currency system. Also you can see it as an IOU or promissory note based system.
Vector Editor - http://jsvectoreditor.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/wave/vectoreditor.xml – A cross platform collaborative real time vector graphics editor.
Voicy - http://wave-gadgets.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/voicy/gadget.xml – http://wave-gadgets.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/voicy/manifest.xml – A voice recording/sharing system. A new way to share thoughts, greetings and something more than emoticons, in google wave.
Wave Linker - http://google-wave-resources.googlecode.com/svn-history/r79/trunk/samples/extensions/robots/python/wavelinker/installer.xml – Adds a button that automatically links the selected text to the first search result on google. First it will add Wavelinker robot to the wave, and then once you select the text you want to link, just select it, and click on the button on the gadgets bar.
Whiteboard gadget – http://vps.michaelrose.id.au/canvas.xml – Draw on a virtual whiteboard. Who is Coming? – http://wave-api.appspot.com/public/gadgets/areyouin/gadget.xml -Show a list of all people that have said whether they will come or not.
XBox GamerCard - http://rnfn-googlewave-gadgets.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/xbox-gamercard.xml – Displays your XBox gamer card with your tag name.
Backgammon - Wish – Remove all of one’s own checkers from the board before one’s opponent can do the same.
Battleship - Wish – Displays different board based on user.
Boxes - In Progress – Connect lines to make boxes and win.
Cards – http://wave-cards.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/cards.xml – Play card games.
Chess – http://gerculanum.appspot.com/gadgets/com.example.chessgadget.client.ChessGadget.gadget.xml – Play chess.
Connect 4/Four-in-a-row – In Progress – http://www.sdunster.com/wave/four.xml – 2 users + observers, turn locking, just waiting to write win-detection code.
Dicey! – http://diceygadget.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/dicey.xml – http://diceygadget.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/manifest.xml – Supports multiple dice and modifiers. See individual values for each die. Users see your selections and rolls in real time. Based on the samples gallery dice gadget by Dana Cordes (firstname.lastname@example.org). Should be perfect for Wave Roleplaying.
Floodit – http://gadget.wave.to/floodit/game.xml – 2 player race to fill a board with colors. Magnetic Poetry – http://hosting.gmodules.com/ig/gadgets/file/107558585548952247431/fridge-11.xml – Re-arrange random words to form poetry.
Match them colors! - In Progress – Match 3 / gem matching game.
Othello – Wish – Play Reversi.
RPG Dice – http://gameartsguild.com/seth/rpgdice.xml – This is a dice program for use with RPGs, that allows full role-playing game dice-roll calculations. This tool recognizes 3 operators: + (addition), – (subtraction) and d (die roll). You can leave out the number of dice when rolling one die (d10 = 1d10 (9)) and you can leave out the type of dice when rolling d6 (5d = 5d6 (16)).
Sudoku - http://blah.appspot.com/wave/sudoku/sudoku.xml – Play Sudoku.
The Button - http://hyperthese.net/wave-gadgets/the-button.xml – A useless game.
CVS integration – CVS history can be converted into a wave with playback.
GIT integration – GIT history can be imported and played back (dffs).
SVN integration – SVN History can be converted into a wave with playback.
Google Wave Checker - http://dev.jeremyselier.com/wave-extension/wave-extension.crx – Displays your number of unread Waves. Based on Google Wave Notifier for Firefox.(To use Chrome Extension, switch to Developer Build, add –enable extensions to the shortcut’s target link, and download the extension)
- Google Wave Scrollbars – http://www.uniformedopinion.com/google-wave-native-scrollbars-extension/google-wave.crx – Changes the wave scrollbars to the default system scrollbars.
- Google Wave Checker – http://dev.jeremyselier.com/wave-extension/wave-extension.crx – Displays your number of unread Waves. Based on Google Wave Notifier for Firefox.
- Google Wave Notifier – http://thatsmith.com/google-wave-addon-0.0.2.xpi – If you have a Google Wave account, enter your login and password in the settings and it will log you in and notify you of new wavelets in your inbox.
- WiseStamp – http://www.wisestamp.com/download-wisestamp – Enables you to share your Google Wave contact info in your email signature.
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