So now that the chrome web store has launched, it’s there. You can use it offline and it stores progress with localStorage.
Loading a 500 blip wave in Google’s GWT Client takes 3:34 to get to a usable state (Where the scroll bar works) on a 3ghz Core2 Duo (whose extra core admittedly won’t do much). It also uses 972 MB of RAM.
Using it is simple, take a Wave https://wave.google.com/wave/#restored:wave:**googlewave.com!w%252Br5lewFqCA** and then put it after the Wave Reader URL http://antimatter15.com/misc/wave/read.html?**googlewave.com!w%252Br5lewFqCA** And magically you have a super awesome URL to link to.
You can learn some tricks on how to use it to do some more awesome things http://antimatter15.com/misc/wave/read.html?googlewave.com!w%252BrnG0vaFXA such as the before mentioned HTML generation.
Samples (Some random waves): http://antimatter15.com/misc/wave/read.html?googlewave.com!w%252Br5lewFqCA (New for 4.6 Inline reply support) http://antimatter15.com/misc/wave/read.html?Ze3l0mj0A http://antimatter15.com/misc/wave/read.html?oPg9HfEXE&beta http://antimatter15.com/misc/wave/read.html?Mu9eK7j2H http://antimatter15.com/misc/wave/read.html?AhbL5fooD&beta http://antimatter15.com/misc/wave/read.html?googlewave.com!w+UDMZOGpSG
I’ve been somewhat busy in the last few days, I’m using a new computer now, its quite a bit faster, but doesn’t do everything that the old computer did, and I’m doing a lot for it to catch up.
its also a fresh start anyway, so I guess I can try out new tools/etc (still using the ol eclipse though!).