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Wsgikit tutorial comment 000

wicket ?

Etymology: Middle English wiket, from Old North French, of Germanic origin; akin to Old Norse vik corner, vIkja to move, turn 1 : a small gate or door; especially : one forming part of or placed near a larger gate or door 2 : an opening like a window; especially : a grilled or grated window through which business is transacted 3 a : either of the two sets of three stumps topped by two crosspieces and set 66 feet apart at which the ball is bowled in cricket b : an area 10 feet wide bounded by these wickets c : one innings of a batsman; specifically : one that is not completed or never begun <win by three wickets> 4 : an arch or hoop in croquet

Comment on Re: WSGIKit Tutorial
by Todd G


Nevermind, 'wicket' is already the name of yet another Java web app framework. My bad (though you could steal it. right now 'python wicket' has a Monty Python script as the #6 result).
# Todd G