9 thoughts on “Google Wave Test Using Wavr WordPress Plugin”

  1. So I added the Wavr plug-in for wordpress and was unable to get it to work. It either asks you to log in to Google wave or if you are logged in you get a bright green page in a frame. If you view that framed page you see there is a form to submit a problem to Dr. Wave.

  2. Was able to finally find the wave ID. Apparently you can see the ID in the URL after clicking on a wave. You need to change “w%252B” to “w+” so your ID will end up looking like this:

    googlewave.com!w+wUnMhOzgA.12

    but this still doesn’t work, meaning the wave is still not showing yet.

  3. Found this cool robot that I added as a participant in the wave “mywaveid{at)appspot.com” and it gave me an ID without the “.12″ at the end looking like this:

    googlewave.com!w+wUnMhOzgA

    That still doesn’t work. beginning to think maybe it is my blog’s theme some how. Will work on this again at a later date.

  4. So I even made the wave Public by adding the user “public@a.gwave.com”. Still this dang wave is not showing in my blog post.

    lol, ya silly me for thinking this would be easier.

  5. I have the same issue in the about section of MinneapolisTube.com

    I am using the Wavr plugin as well and I just get a solid screen.

  6. @skg, ya I was hoping that the new upgrade for the wavr plug-in would fix the problem. Instead it just prints out the plug-in’s code request:

    [wave id="googlewave.com!w+wUnMhOzgA" font="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"]

  7. for some reason when I upgraded the wavr plug-in it became deactivated. Hence the reason why wordpress was just shooting out the plug-in’s code request for the wavr page.

  8. Still a blank bright green framed page from google wave. Its weird that I have had two friends on google wave say they can see the wave and three counting my self, that have not seen it.

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