If you have wave sandbox account, you can view Captain Al's (geez, it just sounds cool) writeup at this wave: https://wave.google.com/a/wavesandbox.com/#restored:nav,restored:contact,restored:digest:hackathon-720%2540wavesandbox.com,restored:wave:wavesandbox.com!w%252B1ryRLbxG%2525A
For those people who do not have wave sandbox account, the writeup is copy&pasted here:
Concurrent-safe gadgets (by Avital Oliver)
Gadget URL: http://thewe.net/safecounter/safecounter.xml
What is does: Here's a gadget that accurately counts how many clicks it has had (even if two people click at the same time). Everyone modifies a separate key.
Gadget uses eval.
Comment that running arbitrary expressions via eval has security implications which can be solved
A Good Robot: Wave Defender (by Kabriel & Frank)
Robot Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Allows users to stop "bad" or unauthorised changes to their waves.
Intended for automatic forum-style moderation
Can complain, but don't yet know how to roll-back. (Kabriel: Please come talk to Alan)
Can be configured with specially formatted text in wavelet body, but it would be nice to be able to create a control channel (in the form private reply with an embedded GUI) when the robot is added.
Q: Is the source for this robot available?
A: If we can get it to work in a reasonable way it could be open sourced. However it is currently not useful.
ActionScript Library (by Sung Wu)
Library URL: http://code.google.com/p/wave-as-client
Photo browser gadget URL: http://wave-as-client.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/example/wave_photo_browser/web/wave_photo_browser.xml
Button counter gadget URL: http://wave-as-client.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/example/button_counter/web/button-counter.xml
What: Flash gadgets using ActionScript & OpenSource ActionScript Library
Coolness: demo of image gallery from Google I/O - two users see other users navigating
Confybot (by the Ribbit team)
Matt Taylor (email@example.com) & Kevin Gillett (firstname.lastname@example.org)
To get into the Ribbit REST beta email Mat and Kevin
What: makes conference calls by dialing every number listed in the wave
Uses Ribbit service for transcription
Can fetch MP3s into the wave (it works!)
Can fetch transcriptions into the wave too! woo!
See www.ribbit.com for APIs (OAuth, REST based, currently in private beta)
Calendar Gadget (by Elizabeth)
Allows embedding a public google calendar as a gadget in a wave
Because of limitations of the google calender embed api's it is read only
Twiliobot / Clackpoint (by Evan and Kyle)
click-to-call in wave
twilio bot finds all the phone numbers in a wave and inserts a form-element call button.
Call button -> inserts gadget into wave, collects your number
Appends transcript of phone conversation to wave.
I think we should get Dominoes to call Pizza Hut.
we'll get an MP3 of the ensuing chaos.
And another Gadget!
clackpoint: audio chat gadget
Free RESTful api.
RickRolley (by David Byttow)
Try it yourself!lf!
System requirements: sound card, speakers, and no taste for music
AmaWave - a variation of AmaTwit (by Kevin Marks)
You're talking about something and you realize you want to refer to a book.
Type the name of a book in such a book:
Waverly - Breaking News Bot
When you add wikystuff, it puts your wave content into the Wiki
Wave helps with:
spelling (with spelly)