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So now that everyone (well almost everyone) has their Google Wave invite where is the Offical SO Wave? Or does it already exist?

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Sign in to Wave.

20 minutes after the thing has finally loaded, enter this into the search box in the Inbox pane:

with:public tags:stackoverflow

You should see one that's entitled, "Any Stack Overflow users around here?"

Is it official? No, but that's where the money is.

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That wavelet is so long that it freezes when I view it. Or is it just me? – o.k.w Nov 29 '09 at 10:20
When a wave has over 100 blips, you can watch an entire episode of Robot Chicken before it fully loads. – random Nov 29 '09 at 10:22
As long as you are not over 500 blips, I wouldn't call it slow. Otherwise you were running out of adjectives describing slowness very fast.... – Ladybug Killer Nov 29 '09 at 10:49
YMMV depending on your browser and RAM available in your system too. – perbert Nov 29 '09 at 21:48
@John Smithers: so we are like Eskimos and snow then? – perbert Nov 29 '09 at 21:49

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