Lua XML-RPC is free software: it can be used for both academic and commercial purposes at absolutely no cost. There are no royalties or GNU-like "copyleft" restrictions. Lua XML-RPC qualifies as Open Source software. Its licenses are compatible with GPL. Lua XML-RPC is not in the public domain and the Kepler Project hold its copyright. The legal details are below.
The spirit of the license is that you are free to use Lua XML-RPC for any purpose at no cost without having to ask us. The only requirement is that if you do use Lua XML-RPC, then you should give us credit by including the appropriate copyright notice somewhere in your product or its documentation.
The Lua XML-RPC library is designed and implemented by Roberto Ierusalimschy, André Carregal and Tomás Guisasola. Tim Niemueller is the current maintainer. The implementation is not derived from licensed software.
Copyright © 2003-2010 Kepler Project.
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