Google today quietly released Google Shared Spaces, a new laboratory application built on the basis of Google Wave technology, designed to provide users create and share a convenient way to collaborative applications.
Shared Spaces (edspaces.googlelabs.com) controls more than 50 different types available, including the sharing of maps, planning tools, surveys, Sudoku games and drawing boards.
Shared Spaces users can easily share with friends or colleagues a quick face, just to share a web site can then invite others to join. Shared Spaces includes a chat box for users to use instant messaging, can also be used for longer-term collaborative exchanges.
According to Google Labs Web site description, Java Script developers can develop your own controls in order to develop more of the Shared Spaces tools. However, Google Labs Shared Spaces on the page links leading to a error page, the program may not do a good job with the Wave as preparation for official release.