In­ter­tw­ing­ler is an engine for making websites. Its specific focus is managing very large numbers of very small objects, densely connected to one another in disparate ways. It was borne out of an observation that the Web, at least out of the box, is actually pretty bad at this.

Intertwingler is a big little thing. Or maybe a little big thing. It's a minuscule piece of software with absolutely sprawling scope. Here are five distinct constituencies that Intertwingler touches:

Intertwingler started in as an experimental breadboard to test out some ideas going back another decade. It was overhauled with a generous grant from the Summer of Protocols program. We're on the first release. To follow development, visit the GitHub repository. For more information, see the project site.