The architecture, attitude and action of TiddlyWeb is the result of ideas and interactions with many people, all of whom are impossible to list here, but a few highlights:
Zac is also a conceptual parent of the architectural style that drives TiddlyWeb’s extensibility in the stores and serializers and the challengers and extractors. All four are modeled, at a distance, on concepts in Zope and systems implemented or designed to varying degrees while at Socialtext.
The RESTful principles, or at least web friendly principles depending on how strict you care to think about such things, that drive the TiddlyWeb HTTP API, are all based on research and development creating the Socialtext REST API with Matt Liggett and Matthew O’Connor.
Frank McIngvale, the author of WikklyText which does the server-side wikitext to HTML transformation in TiddlyWeb, provided excellent input on many aspects of TiddlyWeb, and of course built the excellent WikklyText.
Frederik Dohr is the earliest adopter of TiddlyWeb, using it to build a Plugin Library for TiddlyWiki. In that role he has provided invaluable input on features, excellent bug reports, and general support and comradeship throughout the development process.
Action requires communication to make go. Many thanks to Jon Lister, Martin Budden, Paul Downey, Phil Hawksworth, Phil Whitehouse, Simon McManus, Saq Imtiaz, Michael Mahemoff, Tony from the TiddlyWikiDev group, Ben Tremblay and many others for comments, questions and conversations about TiddlyWeb.