Windows Home Server SDK is Live

Charlie Kindel posted on the WHS blog announcing the availability of the SDK for Windows Home Server.  I did a quick read through and it looks like they’re allowing you to extend the platform in many different ways.  Pretty much every UI element is extendable: the WHS console, notifications & alerts, etc.  It also looks like you can peek and poke at almost everything WHS does with backups, hard disks & client computers.


We’ll probably see some trivial demos pop up relatively soon, and more complex stuff coming out in the coming months.  I’m real curious to see what scenarios developers will choose to tackle first.


A question for Charlie and the rest of the WHS team:  Are you setting up a gallery or some sort of marketplace for folks to post/share their WHS projects?  I’m thinking something similar to the way the Live.com folks have their Gadget Gallery.

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