The Google Wave
It's one of the more interesting parts of the frontend, allowing you to customize the experience, and make the interaction with other users more structured (the pic to the right, borrowed from the Google Wave gadget API guide
for example, shows an event attendance gadget, a chess gadget and a maps gadget.
Cool. But since I don't have sandbox access, and even with sandbox access might like to be able to instrument and debug things in different ways than Google has prepared for, and since it seemed like a good educational exercise in figuring out the gadget API's, I decided to take matters in my own hands.
But it's more intesting to play with it yourself here
If you find bugs, have comments, or want to add features to it, post in the comments here, or go over to Github where I've put the files you need
. On top of the files in the Github repository you can find Gadget examples from the Gadget API guide posted above - you need to drop them somewhere on the same domain for jQuery to get hold of it.
The Github repository is here: http://github.com/vidarh/wave-gadget-emulator/tree/master