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MWIP (Mean What I Play) is a clone of PWIM written in Lua. It is faster than the original PWIM (which was in Python), and also contains extra features and better documentation. It is meant to be a complete replacement to PWIM.
An attempt at a Xanalogical Web, comprised of a CGI system with both native and HTML interfaces, a set of standards, a backend supporting Transclusion, versioning, and a custom browser with support for Transpointing and editing.