Groove is an interesting platform to develop for. With 192-bit encryption, robust storage, and an architecture designed from the ground up for all types of networks, Groove does much of the heavy lifting for developers. Being a company with an inquisitive mind, Suite75 regularly works on various prototypes to explore the possibilities of the Groove platform. We are especcially interested the sweetspot that lies between Groove’s private collaboration model and powerful (personal) publishing tools like Weblogs and RSS.
Blogging tools like Radio Userland and Blogger, along with emerging peer-to-peer platforms like Groove, are evolving into relatively easy-to-use frontends - back-ended with sophisticated distributed computing technologies like SOAP interfaces, RSS engines, and P-to-P messaging infrastructures
Suite75 developed Groovetools and custom solutions for the Groove Platform from 2001 to 2005 and played an active role in the global Groove community. In april 2002 we hosted the first worldwide Groove Developer Conference and our Groove Weblog has been one of the best read Groove related websites around.