@Gwen-Dragon said in Open-source Vivaldi: @Komposten To the definition Vivaldi is not Open Source. https://opensource.org/osd-annotated I know the definition of OpenSource, but having the code in sight for audit does not mean that it is not closed code either. This makes Vivaldi Freeware, but it does not justify claims of carrying suspicious codes, because if you have all the code in sight to check it, it is not the same as Chrome, if it is closed source and nobody outside Google knows it contains .This is why I prefer to use the definition of open source, but not free, although it does not fit the general definition. Vivaldi is a special case. There are other examples of some NASA programs, OpenSource, but limited for use in certain scientific and government centers.