Google unveiled a new project of theirs back in may, which they gave the name 'Google Wave'. It was exciting for a lot of people who got to try it out early, as, though a pre-release (therefore bug-ridden) product, it had a lot of potential.
The company has polished it up a lot since then, and is now ready to extend its testing to 100,000 more users, according to the Google Blog. The invites will be going out tomorrow, September 30, to the following groups of people, as Google mentioned:
- Developers who have been active in the developer preview [which Google] started back in June
- The first users who signed up and offered to give feedback on wave.google.com
- Select customers of Google Apps
The Google Apps users to be invited will most likely be around the Sydney area, according to TechCrunch, as that's where the project is being developed, and the company would like to work closely with those using it. It's good to see Google progressing nicely on the project, and soon enough they may extend the invites even further. If you signed up to try it out early but didn't make it in, keep an eye on your inbox tomorrow.