Although it doesn't have all the features currently available in the current Google Wave implementation it rounds out the open source offering and makes it a complete platform that is usable.Some of the best features Google has kept for themselves, but maybe the core technology can have a life of its own outside of Google. I think you will see new incarnations of Google Wave showing up as the core of collaboration and communication platforms for years to come.
- An application bundle including a server and web client supporting real-time collaboration using the same structured conversations as the Google Wave system
- A fast and fully-featured wave panel in the web client with complete support for threaded conversations
- A persistent wave store and search implementation for the server (building on contributed patches to implement a MongoDB store)
- Refinements to the client-server protocols
- Gadget, robot and data API support
- Support for importing wave data from wave.google.com
- The ability to federate across other Wave in a Box instances, with some additional configuration