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In my opnion it should be read like "Lua is not like the average
open-source projects" because of the reasons stated right after the
"misleading" line. Anyway, the license (and the freely available code)
seem to speak louder than this statement.

2010/9/29 Jonathan Castello <>:
> On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 5:06 PM, Nick Gammon <> wrote:
>> Are the words "open source" being used in different ways here?
> Personally, I understood it to mean that the official Lua distribution
> is only developed by the core team, but the code itself is free to be
> modified and re-distributed. I think the line from about.html is
> unclear and a little misleading in its use of "open-source".
> ~Jonathan