UPDATE August 4, 2010: I now officially have the answer for my inquiry asked six months ago — Who Killed Google Wave? — and the nayslayer is… Google itself.
I want to know why Google Wave was found dead in its grave and who put it there? It’s been a couple of months since there’s been any news on Wave from Google. All the interesting active “Waves” have washed out. What’s up with the Wave?
Did Google realize they really didn’t have a Blackboard or Basecamp killer and are letting Wave drown in dryness?
Did Google realize people want more administrative Wave control — like removing people from a Wave and making Waves private instead of public-by-default… because anyone you added could add someone else?
Why the morbid silence from Google on Wave? Where are my extra invitations? I have over 50 people looking to get into Wave — but the code updates seem to have stopped as well as the ongoing development of extra-value features.
What are you hearing on the street? Is Google Wave really dead, or is it just faking its death to collect the insurance money?
If you were in Google Wave — have you experienced any feature changes or additions to the service? What’s your take on Wave wishing?