MyWarp uses Permissions 2, Permissions 3, PermissionsEx, GroupManager, bPermissions, bPermissions2 or SuperPerms plugins to manage permissions. Economy support will be added in future versions.
Many server admins only want the very basics. MyWarp delivers on that, and still gives the speed and reliability of using a SQLite database.
By only giving your users permission to mywarp.warp.basic.*, they will only be able to use the very basic commands.
However, sometimes your users will demand more. They'll want to make their warps private, invite only specific people to their warps, even give their warp to someone else. MyWarp can do that too.
Give your users mywarp.warp.soc.*, and they'll be able to do all of that.
Sometimes, warps can be long and hard to remember. This is where MyWarp's auto-complete abilities come into play. It tries to find the most applicable match, and sends you there. It only considers warps you have access to, and will not send you somewhere unless it knows it's correct.
Physical interactions with the world is what Minecraft is all about. That's why signs can be used to replace many of the basic commands. For now, you can have a sign warp you to one of your current warps (using the auto-complete).
Want to make your users work to get to their points of interest? Rather than giving them /warp permission, just give them (mywarp.warp.basic.compass) permission. This will let them /warp point <name> to a given warp, and that'll orient their compass to that warp, allowing them to use their own two legs to get there.
In addition to the compass restrictions, you can also limit the number of public and private warps users can make. You can find and change these settings in MyWarp.settings.
As an server administrator, warps can easily be abused. MyWarp gives you access to be able to visit and modify all the warps.