That's a good idea for creating more exposure and traction. Robert developed embedding of Lively inside an html div
- therefore running Lively in Google Wave could probably work. You might post a link or info on how a Wave extension is created. You might also try to find some download of a skeleton extension project.
Here's a separate idea. 1. Too few users are working in the wiki. 2. Lively had a forum in 2008 before it had a mailing list. 1 + 2 = Consider replacing this mailing list with a communications system inside the Lively wiki to force users to use the wiki.
Regarding slashdot, any publicity is probably good. Increase the user base.
On Thu, Jul 8, 2010 at 11:40 AM, Lawson English <[hidden email]>
Has anyone contemplated that? With a Google Wave extension, you could
make Lively available to anyone anywhere without them needing to go
looking for an obscure website. You could even call it the Lively Kernel
Sandbox or something to remind people its not ready for primetime use.
CmdrTaco might be willing to slashdot it, which would definitely give
you more publicity than you have ever had before.
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