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@@ 102,12 102,11 @@ been actively adding new features to MaraDNS, most notably the new
   recursive DNS server is called Deadwood, and it shares no code with
   MaraDNS’ authoritative DNS server.

   Newly added during the COVID-19 crisis are “coLunacyDNS” and 
   “mmLunacyDNS”, two Lua-based name servers which uses a combination
   of C (for the heavy lifting of binding to DNS sockets, processing
   DNS requests, and, in the case of “coLunacyDNS”, handling pending
   replies from upstream DNS servers) and Lua (for deciding how to
   respond to a given query) to have both performance and flexibility.
   Newly added during the COVID-19 crisis is “coLunacyDNS”, a Lua-based
   name server which uses a combination of C (for the heavy lifting of
   binding to DNS sockets, processing DNS requests, and handling pending
   replies from upstream DNS servers) and Lua (for deciding how to respond
   to a given query) to have both performance and flexibility.

   In more detail: MaraDNS has one daemon, the authoritative daemon
   (called “maradns”), that provides information to recursive DNS servers