Hashi (chopsticks) is the provisional name for a JavaScript back-office/CMS for Yaki that aims to allow me to edit a Yaki content tree from just about anywhere using nothing but a decent browser.

It is actually meant to be a mix between a web-based editor and a Mercurial front-end, but solely focused on making it easier to manage this site.

At the time of this writing, it is being coded using Ext, which I once mentioned as being the only JavaScript library that people should be using for enterprise applications. A statement I stand by, partly because newer, trendier toolkits like Sproutcore have around one tenth of its functionality (or, like Objective-J, are still not public), and partly because Jack Slocum deserves a lot more credit than is usually given for the advancement of JavaScript toolkits.