The PICO-8 community has a neat tradition: tiny programs, tiny enough in fact to fit in a single Twitter post (280 characters). These are posted to Twitter first with a video of the result, and relevant hash tags including #tweetcart; and then the code itself is posted as a reply.
280 characters is a pretty severe limitation, but people have done some amazing things with it, as you can see here. You can find some guides for making them here and here.
But how does all this apply to MiniScript? Mini Micro is a great environment for writing cool little programs like this. And it even has an import module, /sys/lib/tc, which makes it easier to write very compact code by defining some shortened aliases of commonly needed functions.
But... I don't think we should call ours "tweetcarts". That's already in use by the PICO-8 community, where it makes sense since PICO-8 programs are called carts (for cartridge). Mini Micro programs aren't carts; they're programs. So what should we call ours?
Any other ideas?