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Whim is a command-line program and Unix daemon for sending, receiving, managing, and displaying webmentions. It was created and is maintained by Jason McIntosh, and first released in the summer of 2020.

It intends to serve as a "one-stop shop" for one's Webmention use, providing:

  • A self-hosted endpoint for webmention receipt and verification
  • A command-line interface for seeing summaries of stored webmentions, and managing a block-list
  • A simple web server for displaying verified webmentions for a given URL, based on default or user-defined templates
  • A command-line interface for sending webmentions, either at a single target, or to all valid targets from a given source

Whim's homepage is at https://jmac.org/whim/. It is free and open-source software, with a public GitHub repository.

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