This may be slightly tangental and I really don't want to come across as a troll but 'agnostic' in its absolute loosest terms could be defined as 'unknowable' (although it specifically relates to whether the existence of a higher-being/god-figure is provable or not).
I don't know techies have latched on to this word when it's totally unrelated; words like 'independent' or 'neutral' already existed and do actually mean what the techies want it to mean!
I know language evolves - trust me, I'm a computational linguist who used to work for Longman Dictionaries - but if people started using 'mangler' as a synonym 'compiler' nerds would, quite rightly, wonder wtf is going on!
Other than that, keep up the good work :)
while it's possible it's not the appropriate word choice here, i wasn't actually able to conclude that from the readme. i believed it to be agnostic because it said it was.
And hence agnostic -> ambivalent -> disinterested (NB disinterested != uninterested) -> neutral. A chinese whisper of semantics if you will. The result being 50% of software platforms nowadays profess to not having a position on the existence/non-existence of a god!
Funny old world.