XDI2 License

XDI2 and xdi.js are free software / open source.

Specifically, the various components are released under the following licenses:

XDI2 core and client components:

  • xdi2-core: Mozilla Public License (MPL) Version 2.0
  • xdi2-client: Mozilla Public License (MPL) Version 2.0
  • xdi2-messaging: Mozilla Public License (MPL) Version 2.0

XDI2 server components:

  • xdi2-messaging-target: GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL) Version 3
  • xdi2-transport: GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL) Version 3
  • xdi2-transport-http: GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL) Version 3
  • xdi2-transport-http-embedded: GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL) Version 3
  • xdi2-transport-http-standalone: GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL) Version 3
  • xdi2-transport-http-war: GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL) Version 3
  • xdi2-transport-local: GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL) Version 3
  • xdi2-webtools: GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL) Version 3

XDI2 plugins and tools:

  • xdi2-mongodb: Mozilla Public License (MPL) Version 2.0
  • xdi2-redis: Mozilla Public License (MPL) Version 2.0
  • xdi2-connector-*: Mozilla Public License (MPL) Version 2.0
  • xdi2-filesys: Mozilla Public License (MPL) Version 2.0
  • xdi2-tools: Mozilla Public License (MPL) Version 2.0

xdi.js:

  • xdi.js: MIT License

This is just an overview. For authoritative information, please see the LICENSE files in the respective source directories.

We believe this choice of licenses supports a collaborative community and adoption in an optimal way.

Note that in the past, XDI2 used to be available under the permissive MIT license. There is a special branch called permissive-license. This branch is not dedicated to any single specific feature, but to advancing a version of XDI2 that is available under the permissive MIT license.

If you are interested in contributing to XDI2, please sign the Contributor License Agreement and send it to office@danubetech.com.