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The following description is purely conjecture.
Meed, as the name suggests, is a text editor with the goal of being both modular and extendable. It takes much inspiration from GNU Emacs and GNU Moe, two great yet very different editors. What if you could have the power and endlessness of Emacs and the cleanliness and simplicity of Moe? Well, that's what you get with Meed!
You can use Meed as a plain text editor for the quick editing of config files, enhance your programming experience with a programming language mode, or write a module that hooks up to your favorite application! Thanks to the lispy power of Fennel and the diverse ecosystem of Lua, Meed has the potential to do whatever you need it to.