15 Google Wave Invitations from Moscow

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That’s right. I’m giving out Google Wave invitations too! No VIP invites though (like the ones at Bit Rebels) and there’s no need to tweet anything to get them. The rules are simple: I know quite a lot of you readers comment here from time to time and yes, all you have to do is leave a tiny little comment to this post (please include your name and your Twitter account) to get your chance for a Google Wave invitation. Please don’t write your e-mail address or anything in the comment itself, doing it in the e-mail field would be enough for me to know your addresses.

By the end of this week I’ll look through your comments and send out the invitations. First to friends and people I interact with on Twitter, then to those who often comment on my blog, and if there’s anything left, to the rest. Don’t worry though, the last time I asked if anybody wanted a Google Wave invitation on Twitter I had 2 responses from people I follow, so there’s quite a good chance for everyone.

P.S. Make sure you filled in this Wave application form before asking for invitations, that (I guess) would speed up the whole process.

Update: 6 invitations have been sent out today (Thursday). Hope to see you waving soon! Others will receive theirs tomorrow.

Update: Okay, I sent out the rest of the invitations. Too bad some of you didn’t even read the post, thus, didn’t get their invitations. Anyways, I have a few left so feel free to bug me on Twitter if you need any ;) Good luck and thanks for your participation! Also, for the peeps who were sent an invitation but didn’t get it yet – you don’t generally get the invitation the day it was sent out. There’s a time frame for that, normally around a week, sometimes less, but you’ll get there, don’t worry ;)

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Konstantin Kovshenin

WordPress Core Contributor, ex-Automattician, public speaker and consultant, enjoying life in Moscow. I blog about tech, WordPress and DevOps.