After many years, the official Twine wiki will be retiring at the end of 2020 in favor of the Twine Cookbook. The reason for this is that the Twine Cookbook has proven to be a much more successful resource than the wiki has been, and now that the most recent version of the Cookbook has incorporated almost all content that was in the wiki, there’s little reason for the wiki to continue.

An archive of the wiki will be created before its retirement and uploaded to the IF Archivefor reference. The Cookbook continues to accept contributions from the community through pull requests to its source repo, and in fact is currently seeking volunteer editors to help review PRs and otherwise maintain the Cookbook. If you’re interested in helping with maintenance of the Cookbook, please contact IFTF.

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