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The news just came across the Google blog that Wave is going to go away in the not too distant future. Clicky for the story. This is a real shame for my team who has been making heavy use of Wave as a remote collaboration tool. Looks like we need a new platform. What tools does your remote team like to use to collaborate online?

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Community wiki candidate? – coderanger Aug 4 '10 at 21:54
-1 offtopic. Probably a good question for the webapps stackexchange site: Like maybe this question:… – Tetrad Aug 4 '10 at 22:01
I can see how this is tangential to game development but like Tetrad said, it should definitely be asked in the webapps stackexchange site. -1 :( – Ricket Aug 4 '10 at 22:42

PyCon had a lot of success using Etherpad. Even though the main hosted service has been taken down, you can either run it yourself or use one of the many public sites. Chris Ball's openetherpad has worked well for me before.

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