I might support this, but Nano is a terrible editor.  It has key
bindings that are quite unlike any other program and conflict with
normal bindings that newbies might be used to (eg. ^X is cut, not exit).

If we're going to newbies how about a more MS-DOS-ish experience, eg:



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